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Suresh 12 Apr in  Baking Classes

Can I substitute oil for butter in a recipe? How much should I use?

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Sarah replied | 15 Apr

To some extend u can but not for all recipes....when he recipe calls for creaming method there u have to cream butter and sugar to a fluffy consistency which u can't get with oil...for eg. In pound cakes u can substitute oil for butter...

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

You may substitute oil with butter but be ready for few changes in the final product.
1) Your cake will not rise much with oil as compared to butter, as there will not be much aeration captured by oil.
2) Your cake will smell of oil within 24 hrs as it does not possess good keeping quality as the butter.
3) Your cake will leave a slight oily coating on the top of...  more»
You may substitute oil with butter but be ready for few changes in the final product.
1) Your cake will not rise much with oil as compared to butter, as there will not be much aeration captured by oil.
2) Your cake will smell of oil within 24 hrs as it does not possess good keeping quality as the butter.
3) Your cake will leave a slight oily coating on the top of your tongue as oil is pure fat containing no water whereas butter has around 20% water. So if recipe says 100g butter means you actually use 80g fat and 20g water in your recipe but with oil it will be full 100g oil.

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Priyanka 12 Apr in  Baking Classes

Can I use a Pyrex bowl as a double boiler? Or can I use the microwave when a recipe calls for melting ingredients in a double boiler?

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Lava replied | 12 Apr

Hi you can use but make sure the water doesn't touch the bottom of the bowl and the steam doesn't escape into the chocolate...

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

Yes you may use Pyrex. And you may use microwave as well. In both cases melt at low temperatures else your chocolate will burn.

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Jaysha 17 Feb in  Baking Classes

Short term course for housewives in ihm, Bangalore. Please provide me the course details and fees

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Parul replied | 23 Feb

I take short term courses for house wives. My courses are in North Indian, South Indian, Gujarati, and Chinese vegetarian cooking.

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Asha.h replied | 23 Jul

When are you taking classes please can u send me the dates Mrs.Parul

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Geetha 08/09/2015 in  Baking Classes

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Sunil replied | 27 Jan

yes

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Mahin replied | 05 Feb

I will take pastery in owen and hi will michyore in stastic in dose explane in banan tress some one in cocking for of pastery in any about fore her.

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Aditya replied | 17 Jun

You can surely learn online but it will be better to do atleast 2-3 classes by actually going o the class so that it will be easier to understand some minor necessary details.

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Jyoti replied | 21 Jun

Baking is a technique, and 1 mistake will spoil ur dish...taking a class will save u from this

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Mathew replied | 21 Jan

Hi Anisha, Your question is extremely relevant in today's world. First of all, if you find a cake with a label 'Organic', DO NOT BUY (That is my personal opinion) because cakes are made from maida (a chemically processed and bleached form of wheat). Flavouring agents like Vanilla and Cardamom are grown with high doses of chemical pesticides in India. Grapes are grown dipping in...  more»
Hi Anisha, Your question is extremely relevant in today's world. First of all, if you find a cake with a label 'Organic', DO NOT BUY (That is my personal opinion) because cakes are made from maida (a chemically processed and bleached form of wheat). Flavouring agents like Vanilla and Cardamom are grown with high doses of chemical pesticides in India. Grapes are grown dipping in pesticides, Indian statistics declares the 68 percentage of milk and milk products contains Urea and other additives. Finally, all cakes in shops has preservatives added to it. Now you know.... «less

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Mahin replied | 05 Feb

Orgnic cake and normal cake in beech berry cream and normal creame

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Shatarupa 13/12/2014 in  Baking Classes

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Varsha replied | 15/02/2015

DO U MEAN COOKING CLASSES MY DEAR

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Praveen replied | 11/11/2015

I dont understand your question

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