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    Paging Mr. Wolfeman ... Paging Mr. Wolfeman ...

    So Thanksgiving feast prep is underway in the world's tiniest apartment. In today's adventures of the cooking kind, I discovered I had purchased plain flour instead of self-rising.

    What do I add in what proportion for what amount of flour to make this a self-rising equiv?

    I'm not baking bread with it, fortunately have those mad skills in check. I just need self-rising flour and don't wish to waste the plain.

    I defer to your culinary expertise.

    TIA and sign me,

    Fledging Cook Who Bought the Wrong Stuff

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    I'm not him lol, but here you go:

    One cup self-rising flour equals:
    1 cup all-purpose flour, plus
    1 1/4 teaspoons baking powder, plus
    1/8 teaspoons salt

    Or another:

    1 cup (140 grams) similar grade (all purpose) flour
    plus 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
    plus 1/4 teaspoon salt

    Personally, I'd probably go with the second one.

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    Many thanks to you both, Tam and FO. =)

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    Sorry I was late reading this! But it looks like you were well taken care of by capable bakers!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfeMan View Post
    Sorry I was late reading this! But it looks like you were well taken care of by capable bakers!!!
    Hey, no worries. I got great help for the flour. The brownies turned out great.

    I've decided to entertain more as I enjoy it and see it as a way to thank those who so often do so much for me. While I won't be hosting anyone tomorrow, I'm taking a number of dishes to meet up with family and friends.

    As I do more and more cooking that may mean more questions.

    It's all good.
    Last edited by LaMemChose; 11-25-2009 at 09:54 PM. Reason: my typing skills suck. =o

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    Cooking questions are always fun!

    Along with recipe swapping... I love to share recipes...

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