Tate & Lyle Fairtrade Sugar is made from the natural juice of the sugar cane. Sugar does not just provide sweetness, but enhances flavour, is a natural preservative and gives texture, body and natural colour in baking. The key to a healthy lifestyle is to enjoy a variety of foods in moderation and to exercise regularly.
Caster sugar is mainly used for cooking and baking.
Ingredients: Propylene Glycol E1520, Water, Natural Identical and Artificial Saffron Flavour, Colour E110.
• Alcohol free
• Product of India.
If there are any allergens in the ingredients they are marked as bold.
This is a Vegetarian product.
Weikfield’s “Double Action” Baking Powder makes your cakes, pastries, naans and kulchas light and fluffy
Also ideal for making all kinds of baked products and snacks like samosas, dhoklas, pakodas, bhaturas, banarasi papdi, naankhatai, cookies etc
Weikfield Baking Powder is available in attractive reusable poly jars
100% Pure, Premium Quality Food-grade Citric Acid A natural preservative and a commonly used ingredient for cheese-making. Since it’s naturally sour in flavour, Citric Acid is used in manu sour dishes and to impart a tart flavour in baking dishes. Can be also used as a very effective cleaning agent to clean Jewellery or other Metallic objects. Urban Platter – Simply Good Food! :)
Aryan Apple Cider Vinegar is made from the best quality Himalyan Apples – A Traditionally known dietary supplement effective for overall wellbeing – No artificial flavours, colours or preservatives – Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
Weikfield’s “Double Action” Baking Powder makes your cakes, pastries, naans and kulchas light and fluffy ,
Also ideal for making all kinds of baked products and snacks like samosas, dhoklas, pakodas, bhaturas, banarasi papdi, naankhatai, cookies etc .
Baking powder is a special agent that increases lift in various bakery recipes, including; bread loaves, rolls, muffins and American pancakes. Borwick's baking powder is to be used in the exact amount given in the recipe you follow. Usually you'd use baking powder in plain flour.
Borwick's Bicarbonate of Soda (100g) It is similar to baking powder, but comes in a more basic form that requires "activation" via combining it with other ingredients such as buttermilk, vinegar or stout. The activation process releases carbon dioxide into the dough, forming bubbles that help the dough to rise