Sour Milkand Cream Recipes

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Sour Milkand Cream Recipes
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8--C Home Economist Lists Sour Milk, Cream Recipes By PAULINE EDWARDS (Home Economic* Ed'.tor) Very often requests come to our department for sour milk or sour cream recipes. We are asked if buttermilk can be substituted for sour milk, how lo sour sweet milk, and how much baking soda Is required required lo neutralize a cup of sour milk, along with many other such questions which confront the homemaker during the course of her dally cooking jobs. Buttermilk which many households households enioy for both table and cooking use cnn be used interchangeably interchangeably wilH sour milk for cooking purposes. It does not have the same nutritional value as fresh milk, since most of I he fat ha: been removed, but it does contain practlca 11 y I h e same amount of body . b u i l d i n g proteins and m f n *, orals as found in sweet milk. Both t* bultermllk ami sour milk make quick breads, cakes, cookies, pancakes pancakes and waffles lighter and more tender than those made with sweet milk. This is because the lactic acid of soured milks softens the gluten in flour. Ilnklnfc Soda IH Needed Since buttermilk, sour milk and sour cream require baking soda to neutralize their acidity in recipe In which they are required, their use should be bellcr understood if best results are achieved. Baking soda, which is mildly alkaline, con tains quantities of gas called carbon carbon dioxide, the same as found in fiingerale mid soda pop. Along with . these soured forms of milk, molasses, molasses, lemon iuice. orange iuice. chocolate, crcoa, brown sugar, apple apple sauce and tomato juice are amonil other Ingredients containing containing natural acids, which are neutralized neutralized by the baking soda. In the process, the baking soda gives off (his carbon dioxide gas which leavens or makes lighter baked products. Any sharp, harsh flavors In the acid ingredients are mellowed mellowed by the mild reaction of the b n k i n g soda. Many ccoks inquire about the best way to add baking soda to recipes requiring it. For un even d i s t r i b u t i o n of baking sadn and arid, the sortn may be sifted in w i l h the dry ingredients, creamed with the shortening, added to the sour m i l k or dissolved in a tablespoon tablespoon of water and added lastly. FRESNO BEK, SUNDAY, JANUARY 9. 1944 Today's Pattern accompanying article by Mtss Edwards. The above picture sftotcs sour milk cake and a plate of figs ready for a luscious sour milk topping. The i Sorno Dioxide Is Lost mnv bo a slight loss of carbon dioxide due to the bubbling action, noticed immediately alter adding hnkini: soda to sour milk, hut this is only n nart of the total amount of gas available. However, it should not be allowed to stand for any l e n g t h of time after the soda hns been nddrd. The sooner the baiter is mixed und placed in the oven or on the stove, the more leavcnins tn'ccs place In the product product d u r i n t r Hie process of cooking. Any number of times we have been asked what makes a devil's food cnkc red. And I have heard many d i f f e r e n t answers. Have you ever lliumbed through a cook book looking for a red devil's food cake recipe to discover that It turned out brown wben baked? There are definilc scientific reasons for this colnr in chocolate flavored cakes. One of the determining factors Is the amount of baking soda used If the recipe requires a slight excess excess of baking soda, lust a bit more than to neutralize the acids present, present, the color of the cake will be red or mnhogany. This excess may be so slluht ns not to be noticed in the flavor of the cake, yet produce ft lusciously colored red mahogany cake. S' Rule Is Difficult Since all reclncs are not built with even measurements. It is dif flcuu to nite'nnl to give a set o hard anrt fisl rules for the use oL soda a n d soured milks or creams but as a enhlo in rielcrmining an Intelligent ti«-e of .soda In sour milk recipes. Mie following will he foum practicable. 1. Onr- hair teaspoon of soda required to neulrnllze 1 cup sour milk n" cream. 2 O-" »--if t«^ooon of bnktnr- ;oda will leaven 2 cups of flour. Although this is a helpful guide, t cannot apply to quick breads, cookies and cakes alike, not does t follow when using different kinds of flour. To make tine cup of sour milk, simply place 4 teaspoons of lemon uice or vinegar in a standard measuring cup, fill to the one cup mark with sweet milk. The result- ng l i q u i d is equal lo natural sour Tiilk or buttermilk when it is at Is best for baking. How To Substitute 4, To substitute sour milk for sweet milk in a recipe, use the same amount of sour milk as sweet milk called for, and add % teaspoon of soda for each cup of milk, then substitute 2 teaspoons of baking lowder for the amount required. For example, if a recipe calls for 1 cup of sweet milk and 4 teaspoons of baking powder, use 1 cup of iour milk, % teaspoon of soda ant; teaspoons of tartrate baking Wl 8 Tularr St. Phone // you have sour milk, you can make delicious delicious dishes with it. If old fashioned farm sour milk is not available, you can learn how to make it out of sweet milk by reading the Combine Ingredients In top part of double boiler. Beat tne egg, add the milk and stir Into the dry ingredients gradually. Cook, stirring stirring constantly until mixture coats spoon. Add hot vinegar and butter butter und remove from heat.. Cool and add the sour cream. Today's Needlework 6. sour mi lie, One cup of light cream, that coffee crenm, is equivalent to cu p of fat plus % cup of sour w h i p p i n g cream _ . 'r: cup fat plus » cup sour milk. Sour Milk Raisin Nui Bread 2 cup flour 2 cups enriched white flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 egg 2 cup.s sour milk !'i oup melted fat 1 cup chopped nuts 1 cup raisins I cup w h i t e corn syrup Mix dry ingredients thoroughly. Boat f"jg. *idd sour milk and continue continue beating, then add meHed fat and corn syrup and beat well with rotary bcntcr. Add liquid lo dry Ingredients and stir thoroughly. Pour into well greased, floured broad pan. Bake in moderate oven, 350 degrees, for one hour. Sour Cream Salad Dressing 1 leaspoon mustard 1 teaspoon sugar H teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon flour ',4 cup milk 1% teaspoons b u t t e r % cup hot vinegar 2 cups sifted flour 1 teaspoon baking powder V\ teaspoon salt l 1 ^ teaspoons ginger 1 teaspoon cinnamon J .£ cup firmly packed brown sugar 2 eggs, beaten \k oup molasses 1 cup sour milk or buttermilk 14 cup shortening, melted Mix and sift dry ingredients. Combine eggs, molasses, sour milk and shortening. Gradually add to flour-sugar mixture, beating thoroughly. thoroughly. Turn into greased 9 inch square pan and bake in moderate oven, 350 degrees, for 40 to 50 minutes. Sour Cream Pie ORDER NOW A NEW IMPROVED TRELLIS BRACE HEAVY 1EVELED GALVANIZED IRON New England Sheet Metal Works PfcoM 3*4422 410 ·roadway. FTMM, Calif. 7476 By ALICE BROOKS Be up to the times, have a God Bless America filet crochet wall panel or pillow wilh a great swooping swooping American eagle flapping h i s ' wings over the famous words. The j design, if you will note, is a par-! ticularly fine one . . . the chart easy I to follow. Pattern 7476 contains in-l structions and chart for pillow or panel; stitches; list of materials. With this pattern is a transfer pattern of a special collection of versatile embroidery motifs, both for 15 cents. To obtain these patterns send 15 cents in coins to The Fresno Bee, Household Arts Department, Fresno. Write plainly name, address address and pattern number, (Because of the slowness of the mails, delivery of our patterns patterns may tak e a few da ys longer than usual.) 1 cup sugar 1 cup sour cream % cup raisins 3 eggs Vj teaspoon cloves Vi teaspoon cinnamon Vi teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon cornstarch Mix sugar, c o r n s t a r c h and ;pices. Beat 1 whole egg and yolks of two eggs and add to cream. Add lo sugar mixture. Add raisins and cook in double boiler until thick. Pour into baked pie crust. Cover with meringue made by beating beating two egg whites until almost stiff, then gradually add 4 tablespoons tablespoons sugar. Beat u n t i l very stiff. Spread on pie and bake in moderate oven, 35G degrees, for about 15 minutes, or until golden brown. Sour Cream Carmel Calce 2 cups flour 1% teaspoons baking powder \\ teaspoon salt 2 eggs, well beaten 1 cup sugar 1 cup sour cream. ^ teaspoon baking soda. Sift dry ingredients together three times. 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  1. The Fresno Bee The Republican,
  2. 09 Jan 1944, Sun,
  3. Page 28

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