No, particularly if you have SWEETENED condensed milk.
condensed milk is sweet whereas evaporated milk is unsweetened
No. Condensed milk has a large quantity of sugar in it, evaporated milk does not.
Condensed milk is sweetened
Is is a "tin" or "can" of milk that has been cooked with sugar so that the quantity has reduced down and thickened. This kind of milk is called "condensed milk". It is not the same as evaporated milk. Condensed milk is readily available at good supermarkets - same isle as rice puddings and evaporated milk normally.
can evaporated milk be used instead of condensed sweetened milk
NO! They are not the same and not interchangeable. Sweetened condensed milk: Cow's milk with sugar added, reduced by evaporation to a thick consistency. evaporated milk: Milk product with about 60% of the water removed from fresh milk
You cannot replace normal milk for condensed milk. You can replace milk for evaporated milk. Condensed milk is very very thick and super sweet , comes in a small can. Regular Milk Evaporated Milk condensed milk 3 different products
No substituting evaporated milk with sweet condensed milk is not advised.
you cannot substitute condensed milk for evaporated milk. They are 2 different products. Condensed milk is very very sweet and thick and is usually used in combination or instead of sugar in a recipe plus other reasons. Evaporated milk like reg. milk is used as a liquid only in a recipe.
Evaporated milk and condensed milk are exactly the same thing. Note, however (read the label!) that sweetenedcondensed milk is a different product.
Sweetened condensed milk, not to be confused with evaporated milk.
This is a milk as a paste, because the majority of water was evaporated.
Product Descriptionsweetened condensed milk is a concentrated blend of natural ingredients evaporated whole milk and cane sugar, condensed by a special vacuum cooking process. It is entirely different from evaporated milk and one cannot substitute evaporated milk for sweetened condensed milk in a recipe. It is certified kosher and does not contain gluten or added preservatives.
1 cup of evaporated milk heat and stir in 1 1/4cup of sugar
No, sweetened condensed milk (as its name suggests) is sweet -- very sweet -- and it's more condensed (more water has been removed) than regular evaporated milk. So, don't do it.
Yes, and condensed milk is thicker than regular milk. Condensed milk is also sweeter than regular milk because sugar is added to it. Evaporated milk contains no added sugar.
Evaporated milk is a shelf-stable canned milk product with about 60% of the water removed from fresh milk. It differs from condensed milk which contains sugar. Condensed milk requires less processing because the added sugar inhibits bacterial growth.
Condensed milk is just milk with alot of the water boiled (evaporated) out of it. Milk powder has had all the water taken out of it and if you put back only part of the water it will equal condensed milk. If you put back all of the water it will equal regular milk.
Sometimes if you had to. Evaporated is just condensed, sweetened condensed has sugar in it. You would have to guess how much to reduce the sugar in what you were making and some things would not have any sugar in them.
Not exactly. Both are forms of concentrated milk in which roughly 60 percent of the water content has been removed. The difference lies in the sugar content; condensed milk is sweetened and evaporated milk is unsweetened. Condensed milk is thick and rich, often used in baking and as a sweetener in tea or coffee. Evaporated milk is used in recipes that call for a creamy texture but no added sweetness.
Yes you can.
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.