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Answered 2010-10-04 11:12:07

vegetable oil would be unsaturated and butter saturatedd, idk about shortening


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Vegetable oil is unsaturated. Butter is saturated. Im not sure about shortening.

Butter is one type of shortening. Use a cup of butter.

Butter is one type of shortening, hence the name shortbread for very buttery biscuits.

Is the question about "vegetable shortening"? In apple pie filling, a small amount of butter (about 2 Tablespoons) NOT shortening, should be used to "dot" the top of the filling before the top crust is applied. For any pie crust, including crust for apple pie, butter or lard, or a combination of both, may be used instead of vegetable shortening. There are also recipes for crust made with vegetable oil, which produce a slightly different type of crust with a crumbly texture.

any type of fats! such as butter

Shortening is any type of fat (butter, lard, hydrogenated vegetable oil) that is used for pastry to create a crumbly texture. This is good for a pie crust. Usually it's used firm not liquid depends on the recipe.

A short-crust pastry is made from flour, butter, salt, and some water, sometimes butter is replaced by shortening.

Usually it doesn't really matter what type of solid shortening you use. Flavor may be a consideration, but it should perform alright. In some recipes it needs to be one or the other.

No because of the moisture and fat content it would mess the recipe up and it would not turn out right. Yes you can. Butter is one type of shortening. Most butter flavoured shortenings are intended to replace butter and therefore can be substituted. Most recipes are quite adaptable.

Solid vegetable shortening gives a lighter texture to the recipes it is used in. Margarine, if used as a substitute must be the "solid" type, not the "soft", spreadable kind and it will alter the flavour by adding a salty taste.

It will change the taste, but yes. Shortening is actually any fat anyway - it just happens to be a name used for one particular type in the US.

Since triglyceride is just a fancy word for one fat molecule, the answer would be unsaturated.

no, it has a different consistency and it isn't the same type of ingredient, in other words it doesn't belong in the same family. Butter is dairy and canola and vegetable oil are not.

Almost any type of fat can be substituted for butter in chocolate chip cookie batter, but the taste of the cookies will be affected. Margarine and shortening are the two most common substitutions.

Butter is basically a healtier vesion of vegetable oil. Apple crisps are usually fried and topped with powered sugar. When frying the apple crisps, you can use any type of oil you wish to use.

Pastry is a major type of baker's confectionary which has been made from ingredients such as flour,sugar, milk, butter, shortening, baking powder and eggs.

No they are not. Triglycerids are type of lipids

Yes, you can use margarine instead of shortening in cake recipes. However, a recipe may use a particular fat because it has an effect on the flavour. For example, butter is traditionally used in shortbread because of the buttery flavour it gives to the finished product. Shortening is traditionally used in steamed pudding because it gives it a particular flavour.It is best to follow the recipe instructions on which type of fat to use as it will affect the flavour, although in many cases margarine and butter may be used interchangeably. I wouldn't however, exchange butter or margarine for shortening, as it may adversely affect the flavour of the cake.

Triglycerides are a type of fat found in your blood. Triglycerides are stored in your fat cells. When you eat, some of the calories you consume are used for energy, and others are converted to triglycerides and stored.

No, it doesn't. The only point of creaming is to get the sugar to start dissolving in the butter or shortening. Even a spoon will work but it takes a bit longer.

Both cholesterol and triglycerides are lipids

Triglycerides that contain saturated fatty acids or unsaturated trans fatty acids

A normal triglyceride level is anywhere below 150. If triglycerides are too high, there is an inherent risk of heart disease. Triglycerides are the body's main type of fat.

Most whoopie pie recipes are based on a basic filling made of some type of fat such as butter or shortening, confectioners' (powdered) sugar and marshmallow "topping".

High triglycerides are bad because they increase the risk of heart disease. Triglycerides are a type of lipid found in fats and are the part of fats that are harmful to your body

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