Stork Baking Liquid

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Dottie May

Stork Baking Liquid

I bought a canister of the above from Waitrose yesterday. It says it is easy to mix and to use as a baking liquid for Muffins, Cupcakes and Sponges. You use 100g in place of 100g of butter or marg. Has anyone tried it?

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Esther R

Stork Baking Liquid

I saw this yesterday when I was in the supermarket. I quite like the look of it but did not buy any as recently I have used butter rather than margarine when baking. I would be interested to hear what you think of it.

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foxylady

stork baking liquid

Haven't seen this product yet but look forward to your feedback DM. x

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Kayb

Butter/oil substitute

I haven't used the Stork liquid, but I have used the Flora Cuisine - which I should imagine is quite similar. It works well when making bread and I have used it in muffin recipes that call for oil or melted butter with no problems.
Hope this helps
Karen

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Dottie May

Stork Baking Liquid

I'd forgotten that I was asked to provide feedback on this product. I made some iced fairy cakes yesterday and they reminded me to make a comment. I've had great success with sponges etc and can thoroughly recommend it. I took a photo of the fairy cakes (before they get gobbled up) and will send it on to Yummy for her "Recipes" web site.

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Esther R

Stork Baking Liquid

Thanks for the feed back Dottie May - will buy some next time I am in the supermarket!

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sam from worthing

stork baking liquid

not seen or tried myself either.

But i can really vouch for the flora cuisine. I use it an awful lot from stir frying to roast spuds to baking cakes. tad expensive compared to the big stork tubs (1 kg) of baking marg - which i still do use for extra naughty cakes.

might give this a go if and when i see and remember.

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Queen of Puds

Stork Baking Liquid

Used mine today in a moist sponge ready for decorating for an 18th birthday.
It's a bit odd to use compared to trad baking marg chiefly because it is so yellow, & when I popped the lid closed it showered me with stork liquid! It has also made the cake more of a batter than normal & the finished article is also quite yellow, but the proof will be in the eating. I will be cutting & shaping the cake tomorrow so will taste the offcuts & let you know ...

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Queen of Puds

Stork Baking Liquid

Disappointed. It's ok I guess, taste is fine, but the texture is far greasier than my normal sponges & it therefore looks less appealing. The recipe I used it in was for a moist sponge cake which is nontheless usually fluffier than this version. I suppose I could try using less than normal, but I don't like messing about with trusted recipe quantities. I won't buy it again except if it is both on offer & if I intend to use it in muffins.

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Dottie May

Stork Baking Liquid

I made a sponge on Saturday using Stork Baking Liquid and was happy with the result. Even filled it with Philadelphia Chocolate....yum yum.

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Saffy

Stork Baking Liquid

Dottie - that chocolate philly iw delcious. Shhhhh dont tell anyone but I scoffed the whole tub before the rest of the family came home to discover it!

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hammycmt

stork baking liquid

thanks Dottie May for your feedbacks I have put it on my waitrose order and will give it a go.your choc phylly filling sounds good too.

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Dottie May

Stork Baking Liquid/Flora Cuisine

Many thanks Kayb for bringing my attention to Flora Cuisine - will put it on my shopping list for next time - sounds good. Had to smile Saffy when I read that you had eaten the box of Chocolate Philly...I tried spreading it between two Rich Tea Biscuits - had a job to stop eating them.

 
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