How to Convert Plain Flour to Self Raising?

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To convert plain flour into self-raising flour, add two teaspoons of baking powder to each cup of plain flour. Adding one teaspoon of cream of tartar and half a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda to one cup of plain flour gives the same result.
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If you are talking about self rising flour, it is basically the same as all-purpose flour. The self rising, however, has salt and a leavening agent added. Usually cakes, cookies,
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Self-rising contains enough baking powder and salt to make fluffy pancakes but flat coffee cakes. Plain flour is simply bleached.
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1. Identify the quantity of self-rising flour required by your recipe. Use the same amount of all-purpose flour. 2. Multiply the number of cups of flour by 1 1/4. This will be the
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Mix a small amount of each with a little water. Leave them on the counter for a little while. The one that makes bubbles or rises is the self rising flour. The one that does not is
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