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SELF RISING FLOUR: All purpose flour with salt+ baking powder(a leavening, i.e. rising agent) added to it. You can make your own, or buy it in the store. To make your own, one cup of flour, add 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder+ 1/2 tsp of salt. Stir with a whisk to make sure it is evenly distributed. Self rising flour is used for biscuits+ quick breads most often.
handy little cooking substitutions - if the graphics weren't quite so tacky i might have printed it out and stuck it on the fridge. instead i'll just pin it to my virtual memory board.
Kitchen 101: Baking Substitutions. An information potluck featuring tips and tricks from over 20 food bloggers and cookbook authors!
I recently found myself short of eggs before needing to bake – my minor panic subsided after researching a few Egg substitutions so I thought I would share the best ones with you!
Baking Substitutions List. Have you ever started to make a new recipe, or a favorite family dish, and find that you're missing or have run out of an ingredient? I certainly have! Don't despair! Here's a handy list of emergency substitutions.