How to Substitute Missing Ingredients
All cooks have found themselves short of a crucial ingredient at one time or another. Most foods are easily substituted with little problem. Be prepared, though, for unexpected results when substituting ingredients in baked recipes, as they depend on...
To the rescue: Ingredient substitutions! Several Internet discussion groups of
dietitians, home economists, chefs and other food professionals were asked their
Make your own with our ingredient substitutions guide.
Substituting one ingredient for another should only be done when you don't have
the necessary ingredient on hand in your kitchen. Substitutions can change the ...
mini semisweet chips (use half amount requested in recipe) (Save: 35 calories per Tbsp.)
Chocolate (unsweetened) , 1 oz. or 1 square
3 Tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder Tbsp plus 3 Tbsp. water (Save: 104 calories) More »
Use this alphabetical list to find common cooking substitutions for ingredients you
may not have on hand.
Sometimes you may find it necessary to substitute one ingredient for another in a
recipe. But using a different ingredient may change both the taste and texture of ...
If you're out of an ingredient or running low, look here for substitutions for more ...
your pantry and refrigerator, including storage instructions and substitution tips.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Lemon juice: 1 tsp. = 1/2 tsp. vinegar. Garlic: 1 small
clove = 1/8 tsp. garlic powder. Tomato juice: 1 cup = 1/2 cup tomato sauce plus ...
If you don't have the correct ingredients at hand, use this list of substitutions for
common cooking ingredients from The Old Farmer's Almanac.