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What Is Self-Rising Flour?
Self-rising flour includes a leavening agent and is used for baked goods that need to rise during baking. Biscuits, quick breads, cakes, and scones are examples of items that may call for self-rising flour.
Here's a secret: I never buy self-rising flour. I used to keep a bag of it right alongside my regular all-purpose flour, but I noticed that some of it almost always went to waste after it "got old" and the baking powder lost its leavening power. Now I just mix it up myself using a few simple ingredients and I no longer have to worry about waste or - even worse - ending up with flat baked goods from old self-rising flour. Here's how to do it!
What's in Self-Rising Flour?
Self-rising flour is all-purpose flour with baking powder and salt blended into it. Yup, that's it. As long as you keep a fresh container of baking powder in your kitchen, you'll never have to pass up a recipe that calls for self-rising flour again.
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