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clarifying margarine..?

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well is this possible? margarine is all i have right now and i want to play with some of the frozen filo dough...ty all
post #2 of 4
Yes.

Long ago I worked in a kitchen that clarified half margarine, half butter for saute and hollandaise.
Never cared for it myself, but you can clarify just margarine.
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So now I'm curious. Isn't clarified butter just butter oil? With the milk solids and such removed? If so, wouldn't clarified margarine just be the oil with which it was made? If so, wouldn't it be easier just to buy some oil?

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Actually, you would be seperating the water from the oil.
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