Lard substitute

lard substitute

Lard is rendered pork fat. This type of fat has become unpopular due to its cholesterol content. It is still the preferred fat for some Mexican recipes. Available in.
You can't substitute butter for lard one to one because butter is about 80% fat, 20 % liquid. The correct ratio is one cup + 3 tablespoons of butter per one cup of.
It really depends what you're using it for lard is used alot for the flavor and the fact that it can be used to fry things in without breaking down.

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I'd try subbing butter completely at first. Article LA Is Butter Town. The new No Trans Fat Crisco doesn't always work in recipes. Can anyone recommend a good substitute for lard (and how much would be Do you know what 1/4 cup of lard would translate to in veg oil?.
Lard is rendered pork fat. This type of fat has become unpopular due to its cholesterol content. It is still the preferred fat for some Mexican recipes. Available in.
If no substitution is possible, I might just go ahead and buy some lard and make the darn cookies with the original recipe. I'm just not sure if I'll.

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