What is nonstick cooking spray? About the ingredient nonstick cooking spray. Including 423 recipes with nonstick cooking spray, nutrition data, and where to find it.
Cooking spray is a spray form of an oil as a lubricant, lecithin as an emulsifier, and a propellant such as food-grade alcohol, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide or propane.
Cooking spray is applied to frying pans and other cookware to prevent food from sticking. Traditionally, cooks used butter, shortening, or oils poured or rubbed on cookware.
Most cooking sprays have fewer calories per serving than an application of vegetable oil, because they are applied in a much thinner layer.
Nonstick cooking spray is usually found in the oils section or aisle of the grocery store or supermarket.
Nonstick cooking spray is a member of the Fats and Oils USDA nutritional food group.
|1 spray , about 1/3 second (1 NLEA serving)||0|
|British (UK) term:||Nonstick cooking spray|
|en français:||aérosol de cuisson antiadhésif|
|en español:||aerosol antiadherente para cocinar|
There are 404 recipes that contain this ingredient.
|See more about nonstick cooking spray||about 11 years ago|
|Usda nutrition data||over 6 years ago|
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