Looking for an easy buttermilk substitute? Well, you’re in the right place and I’m pretty sure these easy buttermilk substitute DIY ideas will come in handy!
5 Easy Homemade Buttermilk Substitute | DIY Ideas
Buttermilk is a low-fat dairy product and many people, including me, uses this in so many recipes. It has many uses in our cooking, it adds that appetizing flavor to many dishes such as dips and salad dressing, it leavens baked goods and it tenderizes meats and vegetables. With just a few simple ingredients, you can definitely make a buttermilk substitute which is very easy and totally cost effective. So, I’ve round up this easy homemade buttermilk substitute ideas just for you. Learn and Enjoy!
1. White Vinegar Buttermilk
White Vinegar is a perfect ingredient to substitute for buttermilk because it is always readily available in your kitchen! It will turn your milk both acidic and curdled without making a big difference to your buttermilk flavor. See how you can make the White Vinegar Buttermilk here.
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2. Soy Buttermilk
Aside from the fact that soy milk is can be easily found in the supermarket all year round, it is also as nutritious and inexpensive substitute for buttermilk. So basically it has almost the same nutritional benefits with dairy milk. Learn how you can make the Soy Buttermilk here.
3. Coconut Buttermilk
The creamy milk from the flesh of coconut will add fullness and a creamy texture for both sweet and savory dishes. So, it is perfect for pancakes and puddings, to crispy cookies and flavorful chickpeas and spinach. See how you can make the Coconut Buttermilk here.
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4. Lemon Juice Buttermilk
Lemon is loaded with nutritional benefits and using it to make a buttermilk will ensure that savory flavor and nutritional factor to your buttermilk. Learn how you can make the Lemon Juice Buttermilk here.
5. Sour Cream Buttermilk
Sour cream is an ordinary dairy cream fermented with lactic acid bacteria that thickens the cream and making it sour. Though it is not very acidic, that is why most people adds a tablespoon of lemon juice to it when substituting buttermilk. Nevertheless, it is still great for salad dressings, dips, and baked goods. See how you can make the Sour Cream Buttermilk here.
Now let’s learn another homemade buttermilk by watching this video from NATESkitchen :
Which easy homemade buttermilk substitute are you going to try? Let us know below in the comments!