Can I substitute lemon juice for lemon extract?


Lemon juice cannot be substituted for lemon extract because the flavor is not as strong. Most recipes that use lemon extract call for only a teaspoon or two, and a teaspoon of lemon juice will add little to no flavor.

If a substitution is necessary, cooks should substitute lemon zest for lemon extract. When cooks make this substitution they need to use twice as much lemon zest as the called for lemon extract. For example, cooks often use two teaspoons of lemon zest if the recipe calls for one teaspoon of lemon extract. Lemon extract can be made at home by soaking lemon zest in vodka for two weeks, and then removing the zest from the bottle.

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1. Figure out how much lemon extract is called for in the recipe. Take this amount and multiply by two to see how much lemon juice to add. For example, if one teaspoon of lemon extract
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Bottled Italian Salad Dressing would be just fine.
1part lemon extract= 2 parts concentrated lemon flavoring or 3 parts regular lemon flavoring.
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How to Substitute Lemon Juice for Lemon Extract
Lemon extract is derived from the peel of the fruit. Shaved peel is combined with alcohol, and left to sit for several weeks until the lemon flavor has been absorbed by the liquid. It is much more strong and bitter than the juice itself. For most bakers,... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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