I'm making bread and the recipe is calling for 10g od dried milk powder and 260g of milk. I don't have any dried milk powder and there's no place to get it near me. In other posts, I saw that you recommended switching dried milk powder and water to only milk. In my recipe it's different, there's no water in, only dried milk powder and milk. What can I switch the dried milk powder with? I got an automatic answer which lead me to a post which they told to substitute dry milk by reducing the amount of water and adding more milk. In my case, I don’t have water in the recipe so what can I do? thank you :)
A recipe that calls for adding dry milk powder to whole milk is probably trying to add protein. Try some finely ground nuts, or maybe chickpeas.
Maybe you could substitute all the dry milk powder with milk. 1g dry milk powder could use about 7.5g water to make into liquid milk. So for your recipe you could use extra 75~100g liquid milk to replace original 10g milk powder. If too moist in result you may add less all-purposed flour for dough adjustment.
Just thought maybe you could also replace milk powder with soybean powder or almond powder, but I don't know how good or bad for this recipe, just give a try :P (For nutrition fact the replacement is good.)
I recommend canned evaporated milk, which has only a slightly higher ratio of milk solids than you are going for, or you can make your own at a better ratio by simmering 2 cups of regular milk down until it becomes about 1.5 cups. Basically the powder is adding about 4% more milk solids, which is a very small amount.