Potent Lemon Extract McCormick "Pure Lemon Extract" contains 83% alcohol.
lemon juice and lemon extract is simalar, but if the recipe says lemon extract then you should follow the recipe.
Two tablespoons juice will equal about 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract. The taste of lemon juice and lemon extract is not the same. Extract is a lot more artificial tasting and stronger.
Yes, lemon extract can be used in place of lemon zest. If your recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of lemon zest, you can use 1/2 teaspoon of lemon extract or 2 teaspoons of lemon juice.
Lemon juice is made from the juice of the fruit. Lemon extract is a mixture of the lemon peel and alcohol.
actually no. Lemon extract is much stronger. Read the label.
Yes, but expect a lighter taste than you would have with lemon flavoring or extract.
1part lemon extract= 2 parts concentrated lemon flavoring or 3 parts regular lemon flavoring
It depends: if you use just a drop, lemon extract might give you a similar taste/smell. But you might be better off leaving the lemon out entirely--which you should definitely do if the lemon extract is artificial and not from real lemon. Note that extract contains alcohol.
You can but your finished recipe will taste of lemon not vanilla.
I cannot find any such recipe. Lemon extract actually comes from the lemon peel, not the juice of the lemon.
There is lemon extract, lime extract, water and the stuff that makes the fizz!
None they are two different things. Lemon extract is a juice texture and lemon zest is basically grated lemon skin. So if you are making something and you don't have any lemon extract and you replace it with lemon zest, well........ HAPPY EATING :|
1 tsp extract, plus 1 tsp lemon zest. :)
Yes. The date is usually stamped into the back of the lemon extract bottle with raised letters.
1 medium lemon equals about 2 tablespoons juice, equals about 1/2 tsp lemon extract.
Very likely, yes.
Probably not because it would upset the liquid content of the recipe (you would need a lot of lemon juice to equal the effect of a teaspoon of lemon extract).
yes it can I had a bad toothache and i took a q-tip and put it in the lemon extract and it really works.
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Yes. most sugar cookies are flavored with vanilla. Only Lemon Sugar Cookies need lemon extract or lemon zest. Other possible flavors would result by using peppermint, almond, or rose extract.
Lemon zest comes from the yellow portion of the lemon's rind. Lemon extract is a very strong concentration of lemon flavor so only half as much should be used when substituting it for lemon zest.