McCormick Cream Of Tartar - 1.5 Oz
Servings Per Container:
|Calories||Amount Per Serving
|% Daily Value|
|Calories From Fat||Amount Per serving (-)|
|Total Fat||Amount Per serving (-)||(-)|
|Saturated Fat||Amount Per serving (-)||(-)|
|Trans Fat||Amount Per serving (-)|
|Polyunsaturated Fat||Amount Per serving (-)|
|Monounsaturated Fat||Amount Per serving (-)|
|Cholesterol||Amount Per serving (-)||(-)|
|Sodium||Amount Per serving (-)|
|Total Carbohydrate||Amount Per serving (-)||(-)|
|Dietary Fiber||Amount Per serving (-)||(-)|
|Sugars||Amount Per serving (-)|
|Protein||Amount Per serving|
Cream Of Tartar
Cream of tartar is an all-natural ingredient essential to bakers. It adds texture, volume and lift to beaten egg whites in angel food cake, meringue shells, meringue for pies and 7-minute frostings, resulting in light and fluffy desserts. Cream of tartar, also known as tartaric acid, is a byproduct left after the fermentation of grapes into wine. This tasteless baking necessity stabilizes beaten egg whites in desserts and egg dishes. A pinch of cream of tartar also helps prevent homemade whipped cream from deflating. To make your own baking powder, simply mix 1/2 tsp. cream of tartar and 1/4 tsp. each baking soda & cornstarch. You can also make a gentle cleaner for copper cookware by mixing cream of tartar with a little water into a paste.
About the Producer MCCORMICK & COMPANY, INC.
Product details/images for convenience only. Consult Product label for the most current and accurate information. We assume no liability for any inaccuracies/misstatements about Products listed on our website/app.