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Synonyms for margarine

a spread made chiefly from vegetable oils and used as a substitute for butter

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Efforts are focusing on 60% fat spreads, with a control or standard spread containing commercial soft margarine and distilled monoacylglycerols to serve as a reference for comparing the dairy-based spreads.
Replace: butter, stick margarine, soft margarine, squeeze margarine
CAKE: 8oz (225g) soft margarine 8oz (225g) caster sugar
Becel soft margarine from Unilever, an interesterified product, has been available in Europe for years and now has about 15 percent market share in Canada.
a) stick margarine, (b) soft margarine, (c) liquid margarine, or (d) butter.
In addition to stick and soft margarine, butter-margarine blends, lower-calorie margarine, and vegetable oil spreads, we now have powders made from starches that taste like butter.
Serves 10-12 375g (13 oz) self-raising flour 1/4 teaspoon baking powder 175g (6oz) soft margarine, plus extra for greasing 375g (13oz) caster sugar 3 eggs 3 large ripe bananas, peeled and mashed 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 11/2 teaspoons bicarbonate of soda 75ml (3 fl oz) buttermilk for the icing 50g (2oz) softened butter 125g (41/2oz) soft cream cheese 1 medium or large ripe banana, peeled and mashed 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 800g (1lb 12oz) icing sugar ?
CHOCOLATE BERRY VALENTINE'S CAKE 175g soft margarine 175g caster sugar 150g self-raising flour 25g cocoa 1/2tsp baking powder 3 eggs For the filling: 100g dark chocolate, broken into pieces 200ml double cream 150g raspberries 225g strawberries, hulled and sliced A little icing sugar, sifted Preheat the oven to 180C/Gas Mark 4.
PROPOINTS(r) VALUE: 5 SERVINGS: 1 PREPARATION TIME: 25 min COOKING TIME: 25 min LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: Easy Ingredients: | 120g soft margarine | 120g caster sugar | Two medium whole eggs, beaten | 75g strawberries | 1 tsp vanilla extract | 1 tsp of finely-grated lemon zest | 150g white self-raising flour | 2 tbsp skimmed milk Topping: | 100g soft, low fat cheese (less than 5% fat) | 20g icing sugar | 1 tsp lemon juice | 1/2 tsp finely grated lemon zest | Six strawberries, halved Instructions: | Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 4/180degC/fan oven 160degC.
200g blackberries 25g light brown sugar 5 sprays calorie controlled cooking spray 60g soft margarine, polyunsaturated 60g caster sugar 2 medium egg 120g self raising flour 270g low fat custard, ready to serve METHOD?
Ingredients 200g caster sugar 200g soft margarine 4 eggs, beaten 200g self-raising flour To serve: 250g good quality strawberry jam 2tbsp icing sugar 200ml whipping or double cream Method Set the oven at 160C.
450g (1 lb) plain flour 1 level tsp bread soda 1 heaped tsp Bextartar (cream of tartar) Pinch salt 25g (1 oz) soft margarine 1 egg, whisked with 250 ml ( 1 /2 pt) buttermilkPre-heat oven to Gas Mark 6,200C (400F).
Rub 12oz self-raising flour, 6oz granulated sugar, 6oz soft margarine, 2tsp ginger powder and 1/2tsp salt together in a bowl into a breadcrumb-type mixtures.
Compared to those eating butter, LDL cholesterol was 12 percent lower in those eating soy oil, 11 percent lower in those eating semiliquid margarine (sold in squeeze bottles), nine percent lower in those eating soft margarine (sold in tubs), seven percent lower in those eating shortening, and five percent lower in those eating stick margarine.