Pure Madagascar Vanilla Bean Paste, 4 oz.
- Weight: 4 oz
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It has a clean, strong vanilla taste without any of the bitterness of alcohol-based extracts. Although I haven't tried it in any uncooked items, it would probably make a fantastic addition to whipped cream, frosting or icing. I've also read of people adding a drop to coffee.
Because of its viscous nature, I tend to use a touch of nonstick cooking spray on my measuring spoon first. I would probably avoid using this in darker batters like chocolate, since it won't have as much of a visual impact in your final baked goods (but if it's all you have on hand, by all means, use it).
I have taken to using vanilla bean paste in place of vanilla extract and now buy it in the 32-oz bottles; it's much cheaper if you tend on using it frequently.
Ingredients: Sugar, water, vanilla extract, vanilla beans, gum tragacanth
Also makes a great stocking stuffer or hostess gift for your baking buddies
Questions & Answers
Am wondering why there is added sugar in the vanilla extract and paste?? The one I usually use only contains pure vanilla ( and the alcohol). I wanted to try this brand.. but hesitated - because I dont see the need for the sugar - just want pure vanilla.Thank
Hope this helps.
When I make some cook & serve vanilla pudding, I like to add a splash of good vanilla and about a tablespoon or two of butter to it. I heat it in the microwave, stir, eat warm and go to heaven. (My Cholesterol count is about 125 and I just love to eat and drink dairy products. Every try eating a good steak that is deep fried in butter? MMMM)I like the better Vanillas and am always looking for new brands I haven't tried. Now I want to try some cold pressed and paste vanillas - either one to be used mainly in my pudding (4 large pkgs every day.) until I get tired of that flavor and want to move to a new one - like lemon and limes for the summer (just started in MN Sunday at 2 am. WE think, anyway and it will be over the day the kids start school)But, for now, I just want some advice on vanilla paste and how it is usually used and if it would work with my hot pudding. Thank you in advance for your effort on my behalf