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It's hard to put in too little vanilla, it is much easier to put in too much. Many fruity recipes call for vanilla and it enhances the fruitiness in much the same way salt enhances savory dishes. Obviously it's not the sugar being added that counts in this recipe. A packet of sugar in a recipe going into a 9x13 would have no effect at all. The vanilla ...


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My best guess would be what Stephie already hinted at: "1 vanilla sugar" means "one sachet of vanilla sugar". I have seen these in different European countries, and they normally contain the "standard" amount of synthetic vanillin to flavor a recipe of up to 500 g of flour, and just a little bit of sugar, not to make it sweet, but to make it easier to ...


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The recipe is clearly deficient if it does not provide a unit for "1 vanilla sugar" - teaspoon, gram, cup, pound, kilo... Extract plus sugar will not be much like actual vanilla sugar, IME. I might guess a cup and a tablespoon of extract, but that's all it would be, a guess. A better guess might or might not come with the rest of the recipe to look at ...



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