No, the liquid must be replaced with another liquid.
Yes, plain yoghurt can replace buttermilk in baking, but you might want to thin the yogurt with a little regular milk or water, until it is the same consistency as buttermilk.
The shortening can be replaced with butter of margarine. One can replace buttermilk with regular milk or you may add a teaspoon of vinegar to the milk which will make it curdle.
buttermilk is from goats and milk is from cows.
Yes, buttermilk is in the milk food group.
Yes, we can substitute buttermilk for milk in recipe.
Depends on what you're making, you could always replace it with milk and mix that with butter. Buttermilk has a different texture and consistency therefore it may ruin the recipe.
sweetened condensed milk has sugar. Buttermilk doesn't.
apparently you can, judging from the answer to the question "Can evaporated milk be subsituted for buttermilk?"...
Sure go ahead but buttermilk is supposed to add a tangy flavour and a softer and fuller texture in baked goods than milk. If you have vinegar on hand you can add 1tbsp of it and add enough milk to make 1 cup and let stand for a couple of minutes. This can be subsisted as buttermilk in your recipe.
There is a chemical difference between sour milk and buttermilk. The most traditional uses are buttermilk, vinegar, and wine. Sour milk can easily be configured to buttermilk by adding a bit of salt and vinegar. However marinate at your own risk while using sour milk to remove the taste of game, it has often times replace one bad taste for another.
If you're asking for a buttermilk substitute, place one tablespoon of lemon juice or vinegar in a one cup measure. Fill to one cup mark with regular milk and let sit for five minutes. Use for buttermilk in any [[Q/Can you replace milk for buttermilk in a recipe#|recipe]]. I don't think plain milk would give the correct flavor to the recipe.
No as buttermilk is made of butter and milk and has a specific purpose in your recipe whereas yoghhurt contains bacteria and creates a different flavour, butter milk should be available in any supermarket and isn't to expensive
Use the same instructions for making yogurt from milk except substitute buttermilk for the milk.
Spoiled milk is horrible, buttermilk is delicious. The flavors are quite different.
Yes, you can boil buttermilk just like you would milk.
It curdles the milk
If you're asking for a buttermilk substitute, place one tablespoon of lemon juice or vinegar in a one cup measure. Fill to one cup mark with regular milk and let sit for five minutes. Use for buttermilk in any recipe. I don't think plain milk would give the correct flavor to the recipe.
Churned Buttermilk is the extra liquid you get after churning butter. Cultured buttermilk is a fermented milk product. This is what you buy in US supermarkets. Cultured buttermilk is made by adding a bacterial culture to low-fat or nonfat milk.
You can add a little vinegar to cow's milk and let it sit for about 5 minutes. Technically, it's soured milk as opposed to buttermilk, but it works just like buttermilk in recipes.
Bread Pudding taste richer with milk rather than buttermilk
Buttermilk in Spanish is suero de leche, (Serum of milk).