Can butter be a substitute for cooking oil?

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No, butter has a much lower smoking point than cooking oil. Butter will burn and taste bad if used over too high a heat.
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What is a substitute for cooking oil?

In baking, you can substitute apple sauce for most of the oil. For sauteing, you can use butter, but it may burn. For frying you have to use oil

Can butter substituted for vegetable oil?

It depends on what the oil was for. If it is a recipe, especially for baking, you can use butter as substitute for oil. It is not recommended to substitute butter to fry somet

Can oil be substituted for butter?

Sometimes. The best time to substitue oil for butter is when frying or sauteing foods in a pan or pot. In recpies for baked goods, however, it is best not to subsitute ingredi

Can you substitute oil for butter in recipes?

No, this would taste terrible, but you can substitute margarine for butter. Sorry, I have to disagree. Margarine tastes nasty to me, even a little bit in a recipe. It would

What can butter cook that oil cant cook?

For the most part, it is the flavor not the lubricating or moistening that the butter or oil does. Finishing a sauce, baked potato, some cakes and frosting. Oil may substitute

How much oil do you substitute for butter?

Oil and butter are equivalent fats; if the recipe calls for one tablespoon of oil, use one tablespoon of butter. Please note. this is not true for margarine or spread, a table
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How much butter to substitute cooking oil?

If the cooking oil is given in grams (or a weight measure), it's the same weight. If it's given in mils (or a liquid measure), melt the butter and use the same amount.