Use the all-purpose flour. Expect a different taste, and, possibly, texture/consistency.
I predict that in a muffin recipe it makes the muffin raise or simply put makes it fluffy.
If a recipe calls for flour with no mention in the recipe for salt or baking powder then you can use self-rising
Only when the recipe calls for an extremely small quantity. 1 tablespoon of cornstarch is equal to 2 tablespoons of flour
Use twice the amount of flour that the recipe calls for. For example, to replace 1 Tbs cornstarch, use 2 Tbs of all-purpose flour.
for every cup of all purpose you need use a cup of cake flour and add 2 tablespoons
You can sometimes substitute all-purpose flour for whole wheat flour in a recipe. To do this, you would use the same amount. However, not all recipes will turn out if you do this.
Yes, you can.
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.
You can't use the whole grain. You can grind it in a blender or a coffee grinder and sift it through a fine strainer.
9/2 dose of flour
no, sugar and flour do not contain the same chemicals so if a recipe calls for flour and you use confectioners sugar, the final product could be flat and disgusting. i highly recommend u do not do this!
Yes, but not for the entire quantity of flour. You can usually substitute 10-20% of the plain flour with almond flour, depending on the recipe. Bear in mind that the recipe may not rise quite as well with almond flour (but it will still rise a bit).
85 grams of flour is equal to 3/4 cup.
Add 2 additional tablespoons of bread flour to the recipe for each 1 cup of flour that is called for.
omit any baking powder from the recipe
If your recipe calls for cornstarch but you do not have any on hand, you can easily use flour. If the recipe calls for 1 tbsp. of cornstarch, use 2 tbsp. of all-purpose flour.
Yes. To substitute plain flour for cake flour, use 1 Tablespoon LESS all-purpose flour in each cup of cake flour called for in the recipe.
If the recipe calls for 1 tablespoon cornstarch use 2 tablespoons of flour or 4 teaspoons quick cooking tapioca.
Generally speaking, yes.
No. If the recipe calls for all purpose flour and you want to use cake flour, add an additional 2 tablespoons cake flour per each cup called for in the recipe. If the recipe calls for cake flour and you want to use all purpose flour, then you do the opposite - use 1 cup all purpose flour minus 2 tablespoons per cup. But if using all purpose flour when the recipe calls for cake flour, be sure to sift it. Cake flour is lighter and more airy than all purpose flour.
You can use regular "all purpose" flour in eclairs, read the recipe you plan on using, and use whatever kind of flour the recipe calls for.
To make your recipe bigger, double the amount of ingredients it calls for. For example, if a recipe calls for 1 cup of flour, use 2 cups.