Cooking Substitution Tables - Are you missing an important ingredient? Consider
... 1/4 cup Crisco Regular or Butter Flavor Shortening + 1-1/2 teaspoons water
Crisco is hydrogenated vegetable oil. It contains no dairy. Its ingredients include:
soybean oil, ... As a first approximation, a 1:1 butter substitution for Crisco should
work well. Your cookies will probably come out a bit crispier than you're used to.
Aug 2, 2015 ... Also, beware that substitutions are not always reversible - if you substitute Crisco
for butter it is different than substituting butter for Crisco (see ...
Vegetable shortening (such as Crisco) contains no water, while butter does, so it
... that is, substitute part of the shortening with butter to get the best balance of ...
I can't believe I'm asking that, especially since I won't touch margarine with a ten-
foot pole. (Similar to Crisco!) However, last year when I baked, ...
I have been baking for years and have never used crisco. ... If it's a cake recipe,
you should be able to substitute unsalted butter for shortening with no problems.
Keep in mind, Kimmit, that crisco is itself a substitute. It was originally a substitute
for lard, but also butter. It is used in "buttercreams" especially ...
Dec 23, 2008 ... I just realized I have a lot of Crisco and am running low on butter. I'm baking ... I'm
afraid I won't have enough butter, can I substitute shortening?
Aug 25, 2012 ... Butter with a side of Bread butter vs crisco ... You are always supposed to use
Crisco in cookies! ... Can I substitute butter? or margarine? Reply.
Dec 17, 2010 ... Does Crisco still make the butter flavor shortening? .... likely bake differently and
have a different texture if you substitute butter for shortening.