i want to make an apple pie i tried to do it before but i failed i found some recipies online and i will try one of them but i feel lost about somthing
what is the difference between lard and margarine and what is shortning ?
cuz i feel they r the same will it make a difference if i used somthing differnet that than the recipe says ?
and ofcourse i need yr tips
thank u ladies
Answer by navywifemomkoch at 8:33 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
Answer by fire at 8:34 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
Answer by candygirl1030 at 9:05 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
Answer by candygirl1030 at 9:06 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
Answer by navywifemomkoch at 10:35 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
My uncle went on and on about how better lard was for pie crusts. He is 80. SO I tried it. It didn't taste nearly as good as my normal crust. I believe the lard back in his day was a lot better than what we can buy today. I would never buy lard again. If at all possible, I use butter in all my cooking. I have a great recipe for pie crust that actually has sugar, an egg, and apple cider vinegar. I like ti because it makes it very tasty compared to other crusts. But it takes a few tries to get the hang of it--it is a little softer to work with than normal crust. But I would stay away from lard:-)
Answer by Anonymous at 10:38 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
Lard---comes from animal fat
Butter---from milk products
margarine--vegetable products--sometimes with a bit of cream or yogurt in it
Answer by Anonymous at 10:41 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
Answer by salexander at 11:07 AM on Dec. 13, 2008
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