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Can you substitute all purpose flour for cake flour?

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2014-09-25 00:00:28
2014-09-25 00:00:28

You can substitute all-purpose flour for cake flour, but realizing that ap flour has more gluten (wheat protein) than cake flour you need to use a bit less, so 1 cup ap flour less 1 1/2 tbs or 4 1/2 oz will equal 1 cup cake flour.

If replacing all-purpose flour for cake flour here is a tip that will actually "make your own" cake flour.

1 cup all-purpose flour - 2 tablespoons

replace the 2 tablespoons of flour with 2 tablespoons corn starch

sift together until thoroughly blended and soft (about five times)

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