Self-rising flour contains an agent, such as baking powder, which makes baked goods expand and rise when cooked.
This is nothing but normal flour which already has rising agent added into it. Certain recipes calls for this. If you don't have this at home, it is just easy to put together. I have been using this for years and it has worked perfectly well.
About Self-Raising Flour
A type of flour that contains an agent, such as baking powder, which makes baked goods expand and rise when cooked.
This is "white" wheat flour that is sold premixed with chemical leavening agents. It was invented by Henry Jones.
Making Self rising flour at home is easy. You just need three ingredients. Mix it all together and you are done.
- All Purpose Flour
- Baking Powder
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1) What is the difference between self-rising flour and all-purpose flour?
2) How can I substitute self-rising flour?
3) How do you make this flour?
Mix 1 cup plain flour, 1.5 tsp baking powder, ¼ tsp salt.
4) Is self-raising flour and self-rising flour the same?
Yes both are same.
Self-Rising Flour | How to Make Self-Rising Flour at Home
- 2 cups All Purpose Flour
- 3 tsp Baking Powder
- ½ tsp Salt
- Take all ingredients in a bowl and give a good mix using a whisk. You can use a sieve to sift it together.
- Store it in an airtight container in a dark place.
Step by Step
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