Buttermilk Powder Instructions

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Instructions
  1. To make 1 cup of buttermilk just mix ingredients.



    To make a delicious quart of buttermilk just mix 1/2 cup of dry buttermilk powder with 3-1/2 cups water.



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8 thoughts on “Buttermilk Powder Instructions

    1. recipe specialist

      Hi Jon,
      You can add the Buttermilk Powder to milk to make a reconstituted buttermilk with a richer flavor than if using water. It does lack the acidity of whole buttermilk, however, so if you’re using the reconstituted buttermilk for baking, you may have to compensate for this.

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  1. Sherri

    I’ve used another brand of buttermilk powder and I had to mix 5 tbsp to get 1 1/4 cup reconstituted. Your instructions are far less than theirs. Is your powder a higher concentration than most? I want to make sure there is enough tang in my biscuits without over tanging. Your help is appreciated!

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    1. recipe specialist

      Hi Sherri,
      The ratio that we’ve included to reconstitute this buttermilk powder is what we’ve found yields the best flavor. We don’t have information regarding the concentration of other brands, but you can definitely adjust the amount of buttermilk powder to suit your taste. Adding a bit of lemon juice or apple cider vinegar will also add some “tang.”

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