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One to one and a half teaspoons of baking powder and a pinc to one half teaspoon of salt to a cup (125 g) of flour.

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Q: How much baking powder should be added to plain flour to make it self raising?
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Is normal flour the same as self-raising flour?

No, self-raising flour is normal flour with baking powder added to it.


How does baking powder work as a raising agent?

it works as a raising agent because it contains both acid and alkali. when liquid is added co2 is produce.


What is added to plain flour to make self raising flour?

baking powder and salt


What happens when vinegar is added to baking powder?

When vinegar is added to baking powder, a type of fizzing occurs.


How is self-raising flour made?

Self raising flour is plain flour with baking powder added proportionately. It is not made from a special type of wheat that rises by itself.


What is the difference between self-rasing flour and normal flour?

Self raising flour is just normal (plain) flour with a little baking powder added. You can make your own self raising flour by combining 6 cups of flour with 3 tablespoons of baking powder...


What is the main difference between baking powder and baking soda?

Baking powder is baking soda with cream of tartar added to it.


If using self raising flour do you need baking powder?

No you don't, I thought this earlier on today, but if you have self-raising flour then you are fine. It just raises better with baking power added. Really you "must" use self-raising in using cake or will Not rise. :')


Why do use self-raising flour for muffins?

Self-raising flour already has baking powder and salt added to it in the packaging process. It's really just included for your convenience, and you can find plenty of muffin recipes that let you add your own baking powder so you don't have to buy self-raising flour specifically to make muffins.


Why does self-raising flour leave a bitter taste in your baking?

Self-rising flour should not leave a bitter taste in your baking, unless you mistakenly substituted it for all-purpose or cake flour without adjusting other ingredients. Self-rising flour contains baking powder (or soda) and salt, so if additional baking powder was added to the recipe, the double amount of baking powder could have caused the bitter taste.


What is selfraising flour?

Selfraising flour is flour with raising agents like baking powder already added, which means that if you are using selfraising flour you don't need to add any raising agents.


What has baking powder in it?

Usually any can or jar that has the words baking powder. Baking powder is a leavening agent added to flour to make self-rising flour.

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