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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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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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Self-rising flour is flour that has baking powder and salt added, and is used in recipes for quick breads and cakes. Self-rising flour is convenient for bakers who regularly bake
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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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Unless the recipe specifically calls for self rising flour, use regular. Self rising flour contains baking powder and salt. If you use it in recipes that don't call for self rising
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