Yes, you can. Olive oil will affect the flavor of the muffins, so would be most successful in savory muffins - corn, cheese or spicy muffins with sage and thyme, or chopped onion and celery. For sweet muffins, I recommend canola oil because it has a neutral taste. But olive oil works for sweet muffins, too. It's used in several types of Italian cakes.
Yes you can use sunflower oil instead of vegetable oil!
yes as its tastleless veggie oil is also ok
Yes, you can use sunflower oil in cooking.
it is better to use vegetable oil or canola oil rather than sunflower oil
yes you can use oil. Oil makes muffins even more moist.
Vegatable Oil i heard works great!
If for baking, you can use sunflower oil.
Probably, but it depends on the recipe.
If you use clear or "light", or extra light olive oil then yes you can. Do Not use virgin, extra virgin or pomace oil as these will impart an undesireable taste.
walkers crisps use sunflower oil in what county and regin do they get it from
the rose is use for medicine and the sunflower is use by animal food
NO, totally different thing use bran
White corn meal. You need the corn meal to make corn muffins.
Yes, just put the mix into a cake tin instead of into muffin cases.
Unless you have some kind of allergy, you may substitute sunflower margarine for any kind of margarine or butter.
Absolutely. I actually use vegetable oil instead of sunflower oil regularly. It makes the cake rise better and taste better too. Vegetable oil is a great substitute for many cooking oils. And canola oil works fairly well too for cakes and most baking. I dont hardly ever use Sunflower oil because it seems to leave behind a taste. And I don't really like it. But as I said, vegetable oil is a perfect substitute.