Making self-rising flowers is easy. Ever tried to make a recipe that calls for self-rising flour, only to find you don’t have any flour on hand? We know how annoying it can be, but there’s a super easy fix! .
What is Self Rising Flower?
There are only 3 ingredients for self rising flour. All-purpose flour with baking powder and salt added. It’s basically flour that already has a leveling agent in it.
This flour is used in some recipes that do not contain leveling agents. Many bakers are known to use this flour for biscuits, gravies, dumplings and more. Over the years, we’ve received comments from our readers that many pantries don’t stock this type of flour. please do not worry. Here’s a simple and easy fix: It takes very little effort to make your own! Scroll down to see the full printable recipe.
Here are some popular recipes involving self-rising flour.
mom’s cat head biscuits
homemade chicken and gyoza
Sweet Alabama Pecan Bread
Can I use self-rising flour in recipes that call for all-purpose flour?
- yes! If your recipe uses self-rising flour instead of all-purpose flour, omit baking powder and salt from the recipe and use self-rising flour.
- Remember, sElf rising flour does not contain baking soda, so if you are using self rising flour and your recipe calls for baking soda, be sure to add it.
- Have you ever come across a recipe that encourages self-awareness? Corn bread, don’t have anything? guess what? You can also make your own.
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Make your own self-rising flour
Portion: 1 serving
- 1 cup all purpose flour
- 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/4 tea spoon salt.
If your recipe uses self-rising flour instead of all-purpose flour, omit baking powder and salt from the recipe and use self-rising flour. Self-rising flour does not contain baking soda, so if you are using self-rising flour and your recipe calls for baking soda, be sure to add it.
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