Plain flour most likely is AP flour and I say yes at any rate.
Flour is in cookies to add mass and also the yeast in the flour turns into gluten which rises.
I'm not sure what you mean by "plain flour", all purpose is as plain as it gets. You can use up to one fourth whole wheat flour in most recipes.
it's the same plain flour is all purpose flour.
Generally you can, yes.
About one teaspoon of baking powder to 1 cup of all purpose flour
You can use all purpose, gluten free baking flour to make many baked goods, including cookies. Use a recipe that calls for that specific brand of all purpose gluten free baking flour so that they turn out as good as possible.
Whenever i cook i always use self raising flour instead of plain flour and baking powder! Hope this helps
Hmmm. One can not substitute flour with baking powder. One can however substitute selfraising flour with ordinary flour and a few teaspoons of baking powder. (My best guess would be approx 1 teaspoon of baking powder per 150-200 grams of flour.)
yes. They are the same thing. Plain flour is an Australian term where all-purpose is the American.
Yeah of course that's pretty much why it's called ALL- PURPOSE flour
Yes, it will work just as well.
Cake flour will provide a smother texture than all purpose flour because of its superior quality.
Not to bake stuff like bread. You can substitute 1 baking soda for 2 baking flour to make reductions. You can substitute 1 baking soda for 1 baking flour for gags (throwing on someone in the shower).
the best flour to use would be all-purpose flour.
NO, baking mix usually has baking powder or baking soda in it and sometimes milk solids plus flour of coarse.
Yes. Just be sure to omit the baking soda, baking powder, and/or salt.
Definitely not. All purpose flour is also called plain flour, If you are planning to substitute self raising flour for plain flour, put a teaspoon of baking powder in it as well. DONT substitute plain flour for self raising flour
In place of self rising flour, all purpose flour with a teaspoon of baking powder can be used. The baking powder you use gives the rising effect you need while baking. this is because it is basic in nature.
Whether or not coconut flour can be substituted with all-purpose flour depends on the recipe in question. Coconut flour does not have the protein called gluten that is in all-purpose flour, so their baking characteristics are quite different.
Sapin Sapin is a glutinous rice and coconut dessert, traditionally calling for rice flour. If your recipe calls for all-purpose flour, you can safely substitute equal parts brown or white rice flour.
Yes. Just be sure to omit the salt and baking soda/powder if using self-rising flour instead of all purpose.