Can you use evaporated milk instead of vitamin d milk?
In some cases you can.
no because the evaporated milk is to sweet
It is possible to use evaporated milk instead of whole milk when making a Jiffy cornbread mix. 2% milk is also a viable option.
Evaporated milk can be used as a direct substitute for regular milk, producing a somewhat richer cake. OR, evaporated milk can be thinned with water to the consistency of regular milk, following the instructions on the evaporated milk container.
Yes you can.
Evaporated milk and half and half are not the same thing. Evaporated milk is just as it sounds, milk that has had some of the liquid evaporated off. Half and half is half skim milk and half cream.
Yes, you can use evaporated milk in potato soup. In fact, it would make your soup richer and creamier.
No. Evaporated milk is concentrated milk, with a higher protein and fat density than regular milk. Trying to substitute regular milk for evaporated milk will change the resulting food.
No. They are not interchangable.
Easy answer yes you can
Yes, you can substitute evaporated milk for cream in tomato soup.
the answer is yes
use less sugar in recipe
Possibly, depends on other ingredients.
Yes you can :) Substitute half water and half evaporated milk to replace the amount of real milk the recipe called for. So if the recipe called for 1 cup milk you would substitute a 1/2 cup water and a 1/2 cup evaporated milk.
yes you can'pretty much milk is milk no matter what it is labelled
It will not be quite as rich but it should set up and be fine.
No. Regular milk contains more than twice the water of evaporated milk, and will likely result in a very sloppy pie. You should be able to use a thick mix of powdered milk, or perhaps even condensed milk, but this will contain sugar.
Yes. Just dilute it half/half with water. If your recipe needs 1 cup - just use half evaporated milk and half water. It tastes good, too.
absolutely. it will be more creamy. You need to adjust the amount. But not much.
yes, but you will have to use twice as much milk and reduce other liquids by as much as the extra milk. So a recipe calling for 1 can of evaporated milk and 1 cup water can be replaced with about 2 1/4 cups of milk. If you cannot reduce any liquids then try using 1 cup of milk with 1/2 cup powdered milk to replace 1 can evaporated milk.
Evaporated milk doesn't have any added sugar - that's condensed milk. Evaporated milk is just milk that's had most of the water removed (ie, evaporated out by heating). So, whilst it will taste sweeter than ordinary milk, it's because it's more 'concentrated', not because it's had any sugar added. When mixed with an equal amount of water, evaporated milk can be substituted for fresh milk in baking or other recipes.
When cooking with normal milk it will curdle. Always use evaporated milk in recipe when possible. Evaorated milk can be used instead of cream as it is lower in fat. however if substituting evaporated milk with regular milk, remember that evap milk is called evap milk for a reason. for 1 Cup of regular milk, you must only use 1/2 Cup of evap milk and 1/2 Cup of water. mix the 2 together and it… Read More
Yes, there are several good recipes if you just do a search for pumpkin pie with coconut milk --it is delicious--
Regular milk might be substituted if necessary, but the food would be noticeably different, lacking richness and body.
use equal parts evaporated milk and water
You can use condensed milk in a fudge recipe. You will have to reduce the sugar in the recipe to account for the sugar in the condensed milk. Some fudge recipes call for condensed milk.
yeah only if it tasta good haha don't bother ask punk
2% milk, 1% milk, skim milk mixed 50/50 with light cream or half and half, or evaporated milk mixed 50/50 with water.
You can use evaporated milk anywhere you would regular milk if you add the water back in. You can use it full strength, but there is no reason to.
You can substitute a combination of evaporated milk and whole milk for evaporated milk. For every cup whole milk, use 1/4 cup of half and half. You can also use whole milk that is cooked down. Simmer whole milk until it has cooked down to half of what is was in order to substitute it for evaporated milk.
You can use whole milk (Vitamin D) in place of evaporated milk, but it will require simmering longer and more milk than called for. There is no exact measure for it, sorry. you can also use half and half to substitute, but it can be a little more bland or not as rich, so you might want to add some heavy cream, butter, or sour cream.
Either it is not evaporated milk, or something happened to it. Don't use it.
Yes. Just don't substitute "evaporated milk" as it contains a higher sugar content. I often substitute evaporated milk by first mixing the evaporated milk with COLD water (it works better) and then adding the required amount into the recipe. Happy dining!
2/3 cup powdered milk plus 1 cup water or: 1/3 cup powdered milk plus 1 cup milk Mix well.
In some cases, it is an acceptable substitute. For example, when making coffee, many people can tell the difference between half-n-half and evaporated milk but do not mind the substitution. In baking, however, it is not a good idea to substitute half-n-half for evaporated milk unless the instructions state that it is acceptable.
Evaporated milk is liquid milk that has been condensed to twice the concentration. If you add twice the amount of dry milk as directed to mix with water, this can be substituted. It will taste a bit different though as evaporated milk often has fat and is sweeter as some lactose breaks down when it is heated during the condensing process.
One cup: For Half and Half cream - 7/8 cup of milk and 1 tablespoon of butter. Heavy cream - 1 cup evaporated milk OR 3/4 cup milk plus 1/3 cup butter. Light cream - 1 cup evaporated milk OR 3/4 cup milk plus 3 tablespoons of butter.
No, coconut milk and evaporated milk have very different consistencies. Evaporated milk is milk that has about 60% of the water removed which is why it is so thick. Coconut milk is a much more watery milk, which has a coconut flavor. A good substitute for evaporated milk would be using dry milk powder and adding only 40% of the water recommended, or else use buttermilk. Hope this helps.
No substituting evaporated milk with sweet condensed milk is not advised.
It varies depending on the recipe. Some use more eggs, some use more milk. Some use milk and cream, some use evaporated milk, some use condensed milk, some use half-and-half. A (8 oz) cup of milk is thought to have about 300mg, cream about 160mg, while condensed milk about 869mg, and evaporated milk about 658mg. So a Mexican flan with (14oz) condensed and (26oz) evaporated milk would have about 3659mg in the whole thing. If… Read More
Yes, it should be just fine to do so. But you need to use 'regular' yogurt instead of the thicker types of yogurt, such as Greek yogurt. Otherwise, the filling for the pie will be too dense and dry.
it depends on which sauce you are making if you make a Asian dish carrot pudding gagrayela you put in evaporated milk for the white parts
I would not let them eat cat food until they are 6 - 8 weeks old. I would use goat milk instead of evaporated milk. It's easier for them to digest. If you do start them on cat food at 6 - 8 weeks, be sure to buy KITTEN food and not CAT food. There really is a difference.
Evaporated milk may be used in baking as a substitute for whole milk, but you would need less evaporated milk and more water rather than less water. The key is to add the same amount of liquid, whether water or milk, as is called for in the recipe.
you can use evaporated milk..
Sorry, but neither evaporated milk nor any other kind of milk will work. To make butter successfully, you must use cream for its high fat content.
You will change the flavor of the finished product, but the moisture content of any of them is about the same. Evaporated milk has a higher fat content, but not enough to throw off the recipe.
You open the can pour it into hot chocolate
Yes ,yes you can