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All Purpose Flour vs Self Rising Flour

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between All Purpose Flour  and Self Rising Flour?

 

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All purpose flour is just plain flour, with nothing added to it. The difference is that self rising flour has salt and baking powder in it. This is how you convert all purpose flour to self rising flour.

Begin With One Cup of All Purpose Flour

Add 1 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder

Add 1/2 teaspoon of salt

Mix it up

PRESTO! You Now Have Self Rising Flour

As you will see in some later articles, there is a difference in the way some recipes turn out when using self rising flour instead of all purpose flour.

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    […] my kitchen. Of course, you don’t have to have self-rising flour. In a previous post, entitled All Purpose Flour vs Self Rising Flour, I explained the difference between plain flour and self rising flour, which is, two additional […]

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