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    I have a bad habit of starting a recipe and finding out in the middle that I don't have something needed for the completion of the dish. These are some of the great recipe substitutions I've stumbled across here.
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    I always seem to not have buttermilk on hand when I need it. I've used the powdered milk and vinegar version of this which works well, but today I didn't have any powdered milk! This substitution that I found on the internet works just as well.

    Recipe #124413

    I was tired of paying over a dollar for Campbell's soups when a friend gave me this recipe. It doesn't take much extra work, and it's so much healthier! It's been months since I bought a can of cream of mushroom, cream of chicken, cream of celery, cheddar cheese, or tomato soup... helping my budget and my health at the same time. :)

    Recipe #278160

    Why pay a fortune for condensed milk? I use this all the time. It works great!

    Recipe #12376

    I found this interesting recipe by request. It's great to have on hand and you can adjust the seasonings to suit yourself! =)

    Recipe #25653

    When your recipe calls for a can of condensed soup, just make your own! This makes the equivalent of one can of condensed soup (10.5 ounces). Note the suggested variations that can be made to this recipe.

    Recipe #360192

    This is the genuine article. It is very expensive in the stores, but doesn't take much effort to make at home.

    Recipe #49011

    Goes with any recipe that calls for buttermilk.

    Recipe #206583

    This is an inexpensive way to make this clone, use in all your recipes calling for one 14-ounce can of sweetened condensed milk.

    Recipe #73863

    Much less expensive than store bought. Great for cookies, cakes, etc. Also, can add a drop or two of extracts to make the sugar also taste and smell good. Multiply amount to make as much as you need, but a little goes a long way, visually.

    Recipe #251133

    3 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From Bon Appetit, a simple and delicious soup.

    Recipe #256160

    This recipe is for butter that is easy to spread straight from the refrigerator. It is similar to the spreadable real butter spreads you find in the grocery store - only it's much less expensive. It contains less saturated fat than butter. What I like best about this recipe is that I can use my favorite unsalted, organic, cultured butter. For the oil, I like to use an expeller pressed safflower oil with added vitamin E. It has a very mild flavor. Sometimes, I also like to use an 80% canola 20% olive commercial blend for the oil. 100% Olive oil can be used, but the finished product tastes strongly of olive oil. I like how this butter works in sautes, too. Due to the addition of the oil, it doesn't burn as easily as straight butter does. The butter will become very soft (almost runny) if left out of the fridge. Be sure to return it straight to the cooler when you are finished with it.

    Recipe #181739

    If you bake and cook everyday then this is a must to have in your cupboard, it's so much cheaper than using cooking spray and works even better than Pam cooking spray, no chemical fumes and will not leave burnt on black residue on the edges of your pans like cooking spray will and will keep forever in your cupboard --- for baking recipes using chocolate you may use 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder in place of white flour or 1/4 cup each cocoa powder and flour --- this may be increased or decreased sucessfully just make certain that *all* three ingredients are the same amounts or the mixture will not work as well ;-)

    Recipe #78579

    This is a great sauce for steak, shrimp, fish, chicken and pork. I made this with ingredients that I had on hand.

    Recipe #236806

    This is very versatile. You can us it to flavor drinks, including champagne, fruit mixes, sauces, desserts and can also be used on top of ice cream and crepes.

    Recipe #110452

    13 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Home made fun to do with the kids! You can kick it up by roasting the nuts first and add a couple drops of hot sauce!Posted for Ducky and her son!

    Recipe #120847

    87 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I don't always have cake flour on hand, and I'm betting many others don't either. I have discovered that this substitute works very, very well. Easy too, and it uses pantry staples!

    Recipe #87689

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    This goes with Recipe #230397 and is also great to serve with trifle or other desserty things instead of straight whipped cream. Excellent poured over fruit salad too.

    Recipe #230378

    28 Reviews |  By Lan

    This recipe appeared in the Kansas City Star food section some years ago. Try this and you'll never buy the boxed Bisquick mix again!

    Recipe #69051

    I just found this one today and like that it's super quick and uses vegetable oil (I like staying away from solid fats). I used it to make pancakes. I needed more milk than usual but they were by far the best "from scratch" pancakes I've ever made.

    Recipe #170074

    Ok we all saw the supposed right? If not read the title again. Yes this means I am not sure it works. I have been told it does by several people. I haven't tried it. Yes it is on the list to try. Yeah yeah.. I will measure the amounts when I make it and put that correction under yield.

    Recipe #145489

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