Ingredients5 m servings 4 cals
- Mix cream of tartar with baking soda in a small bowl. To store, whisk cornstarch into mixture and keep in an air-tight container.
Per Serving: 4 calories; 0 g fat; 1 g carbohydrates; 0 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 210 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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This is a good solution if you happen to run out of baking powder but there is a difference between double action and this single action recipe. The absence of calcium acid phosphate and sodium...
I did add the “optional cornstarch” and used this for making muffins...it worked. Cream of tartar is expensive, so at least for me, this won’t be a substitute for buying a can of baking powder,...
I use this recipe a lot. Maybe it is just me but I do not like the flavor that baking powder adds in any recipe. I don't mind the extra expense, it's not that much more, since where we are loc...
Worked like a charm when I realized I was out! Thanks for saving the day.
So I did a substitute for baking powder before using baking soda and cream of tartar. Was not this recipe. Reason I do it was because I did not have baking powder. I went and bought some. Happen...
5 Stars! This recipe saved the day! While making cornbread I realized I didn't have baking powder. As soon as I said, "OMG I'm out of baking powder", I remembered my folder. There it was, a ...