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What can be subbed one for one for granulated sugar? Running low.

Baking biscotti today but am just under the amount I need for granulated sugar. I have just about everything else---turbinado, superfine, brown (too moist), can I safely fill in with either turbinado or superfine and not alter texture for biscotti? Thanks!

asked by Danizmango over 4 years ago

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nashama
added over 4 years ago

Superfine sugar should be fine, but I would expect a finer crumb in your finished biscotti, which isn't a bad thing.

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added over 4 years ago

I would probably go for the turbinado, but any fairly fine grained sugar will work one for one.

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ATG117
added over 4 years ago

I'd also go for turbinado. But if you use the superfine sugar, decrease the amount you use by a bit.

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Danizmango
added over 4 years ago

Thanks, all. I will use the turbinado I think.

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