How to make DIY self-raising flour from baking powder and plain white flour.
Course Baking Basics
Keyword baking, baking powder, DIY, plain white flour, self-raising flour
Prep Time 5minutes
Total Time 5minutes
Author Izy Hossack
To make 100g self-raising flour
95gplain white flour(all-purpose flour)
1 ¼tsp(5g) baking powder
OR To make 1 cup (US) self-raising flour:
116g(1 cup minus 1 ½ tsp) plain white flour (all-purpose flour)
1 ½tsp(6g) baking powder
Place the flour into a metal sieve (strainer) set over a bowl. Add the baking powder on top and sift both together into the bowl.
Make sure you're using level teaspoons
1 tsp = 5ml
If using volume measurements for the flour, use the spoon & sweep method to measure: fluff up the flour first, spoon flour into the cup until it is above the rim then and sweep the excess away with the back of a knife. Do not tap/shake the cup nor press the flour into the cup.