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RECIPE: Self rising flour??

Posted by flowergirl70ks (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 2, 08 at 11:38

My husband bought me a bag of self rising flour by mistake. I've never used this before-do I just use any recipe and omit BP and soda or what?


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RE: RECIPE: Self rising flour??

Self-rising has baking powder & salt. You can use it for lots of things including biscuits. What's the brand? Some of the southern brands have a softer wheat flour in them which makes really good biscuits.


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RE: RECIPE: Self rising flour??

Here's a good thread at Chowhound about it & many uses.

Here is a link that might be useful: Self-rising flour


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RE: RECIPE: Self rising flour??

Thanks-if I had read on the sack a little further I would have seen BP and salt added. There are recipes on the sack for biscuits, pancakes, chocolate cake ect; This flour is Hudson Cream, one of the best flour Mills in Ks. Everyone loves their flour.


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