Lard Substitute

Lard Substitute

Use this simple lard substitute to bring heirloom recipes into the next century.

Use this simple lard substitute to bring heirloom recipes into the next century.

Lard Substitute

Use this simple lard substitute to bring heirloom recipes into the next century.

Lardy Cake ~ recipe from GBBO s2 finalist Mary-Anne Boermans, from her debut cookbook 'Great British Bakes: Forgotten Treasures for Modern Bakers' | via The Happy Foodie

Lardy Cake

Lardy Cake ~ recipe from GBBO s2 finalist Mary-Anne Boermans, from her debut cookbook 'Great British Bakes: Forgotten Treasures for Modern Bakers' | via The Happy Foodie

Cheese n Onion pie.  60g/2oz butter, cut into small pieces.  60g/2oz lard, cut into small pieces.  200g/7oz self-raising flour, plus extra for dusting.  pinch salt.  For the filling.  25g/1oz butter.  3 onions, roughly sliced.  salt and freshly ground white pepper.  250g/9oz Lancashire cheese, (1/2 Feta & 1/2 strong cheddar substitute) coarsely grated.  milk, for sealing and glazing.

My mother’s cheese and onion pie

Cheese n Onion pie. 60g/2oz butter, cut into small pieces. 60g/2oz lard, cut into small pieces. 200g/7oz self-raising flour, plus extra for dusting. pinch salt. For the filling. 25g/1oz butter. 3 onions, roughly sliced. salt and freshly ground white pepper. 250g/9oz Lancashire cheese, (1/2 Feta & 1/2 strong cheddar substitute) coarsely grated. milk, for sealing and glazing.

Use this simple lard substitute to bring heirloom recipes into the next century.

Lard Substitute

Use this simple lard substitute to bring heirloom recipes into the next century.

A cup of mashed sweet potatoes or pumpkin guarantees a soft biscuit. The gluten just can’t get all worked up, so to speak. They take a little longer to bake than a regular biscuit, but you get a better yield. Once you've mastered how to use the shortening or lard, substitute b...

Sweet Potato or Pumpkin Biscuits

A cup of mashed sweet potatoes or pumpkin guarantees a soft biscuit. The gluten just can’t get all worked up, so to speak. They take a little longer to bake than a regular biscuit, but you get a better yield. Once you've mastered how to use the shortening or lard, substitute b...

Homemade Flour Tortillas | "Traditional flour tortillas - homemade and much better than store bought. Do not substitute vegetable oil or shortening for the lard."

Homemade Flour Tortillas | "Traditional flour tortillas - homemade and much better than store bought. Do not substitute vegetable oil or shortening for the lard."

Old fashioned German cookie with nuts. Not too sweet. Calls for lard but shortening can be substituted. Stays soft for days.

German Almond Cookies

Old fashioned German cookie with nuts. Not too sweet. Calls for lard but shortening can be substituted. Stays soft for days.

Guanciale is Italian cured pork cheek or jowl. It's traditionally used in classic pastas, like spaghetti all carbonara and bucatini all'amatriciana. Because it's largely fat, guanciale has a more seductive pork flavor and delicate texture than cured meat that comes from the belly (like pancetta, which is a common substitute, though the flavor isn't the same).

Guanciale, or Jowl Bacon

Guanciale is Italian cured pork cheek or jowl. It's traditionally used in classic pastas, like spaghetti all carbonara and bucatini all'amatriciana. Because it's largely fat, guanciale has a more seductive pork flavor and delicate texture than cured meat that comes from the belly (like pancetta, which is a common substitute, though the flavor isn't the same).

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