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How to make self raising flour from all purpose or normal plain flour?

Basically self raising flour is normal white all purpose (plain flour called around here) with higher Sodium / salt content. My packaging mentiones 845mg – milligrams – of sodium per 100g – grams. And added into the mix is also a raising agent, sodium bicarbonate and thiamine. I did a quick research on this and the numbers as per the SR flour I have at home worked out well.

1 cup of plain AP flour + 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder + 1/2 tsp of salt = self raising flour

The recipe in detail. Basically #2 : add into every cup volume of your all purpose flour (AP flour) 0.5 teaspoon of table salt plus 1.5 teaspoon of baking powder. This will make you the self rising flour type for what recipe you plan to use it.

Convert self-raising flour SRF in baking recipes. Tool for converting self raising flour from any amount into other common units generally used in baking recipes for measuring self raising flour portions. The self rising flour conversion tools allows making translations between Metric and US unit measuring systems. The calculator deals with any self raising flour amount or unit found in recipes with self raising flour content. This self raising flour online web converter utility works with the following weight scaling and volume measuring units and their output values: cooking cups ( Metric vs US cup of self raising flour ), grams ( g ), dekagrams ( dkg – deca – deka ), kilograms ( kg – kilo ), ounces ( oz ), fluid ounces ( fl oz ) of self raising flour, liters ( L ), milliliters ( ml ), pounds ( lb ), grains ( gr ), quarts US ( qt ) of self raising flour, quarts dry US ( qt dry ), tablespoons ( tbl.sp ) and teaspoons ( tea.sp ) full of of self raising flour amount. Instead of an info table list this self raising flour converter also includes option for the self-raising flour product nutritional values calculation, in a specific number, plus food dietary information of self raising flour; calories or kilocalories ( Cal equals kcal in dietary and food science ) food intake energy kilojoules ( kJ ), and values in grams ( g ) plus ounces ( oz ) for total carbohydrates, sugars, protein, lipids – fat, saturated fats, dietary fiber portion and cholesterol values that self raising flour contains.

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  1. What I learned today is that self rising or self raising flour is simply mixture of wholemeal or white plain flour, baking powder and salt. The flour can be weighted to be mixed at home in the ratio:

    in grams:
    100g of flour,
    1g and less salt,
    3g baking powder

    3.5 oz of flour,
    1/3 teaspoon of salt,
    0.1 oz or 2 pennyweight ( dwt ) or 17 grain ( gr ) of baking powder

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  2. Effortless practical 1 1/2 cup of self raising flour conversion into grams.

    Self raising flour amount 1 1/2 cup US,
    equals to 187.50 grams ( g ) in self raising flour,
    fraction of that is 187 1/2 gram ( g ) of selfraising flour.


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  3. I am baking a cake from my book that is full of nice recipes and needed to find out how many grams do i need for 2 cups of self raising flour. I used this calculator already page third time now:

    Amount : 2 cup US of self raising flour

    Equals : 250.00 grams ( g ) in selfraising flour = 0.25 kg or 25 ( dkg ) dekagrams

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  4. Calculating plain flour to self raising flour in metric conversion.

    1 metric cup of plain flour equals 250 milliliters in volume. Therefore, 4 Mtr. cups = 1 liter of PF

    1 metric teaspoon equals 5ml | 1.5 teasp = 7.5ml | 0.5 teasp = 2.5ml

    To turn this amount of PF into SR, self rising flour, requires 30ml ( 30 milliliters = 6 teaspoons ) of baking powder plus 2 tea spoons ( 10 milliliters ) of salt.

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  5. SRF – self raising flour cup grams conversion

    Flour, self raising; how many grams of it are in a cup measure? Volume into weight self raising flour.

    Volume amount of SRF : 1 cup US of self raising flour,
    stores 125g ( gram ) of self raising flour in weight.

    Volume amount from : 1 cup Metric of self raising flour,
    converts into : 132.09 grams ( 132.1 g ) of self raising flour.
    Fraction : 132 9/100 g ( 132-1/10 gram ) of self raising flour.

    I also found useful the answers for quenstion … how many calories in 100g of self raising flour?

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  6. Can anyone tell me how many syns for 4oz self raising flour please? Self raising flour amounts conversion, Convert to units and culinary measures. This site shows 398 kcals or ~ 400 kcal per 4oz of self raising flour. 398 or better/easier 400 divided by 20 = 20 syns. Check this.

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  7. Perfect I searched google for terms about how to make self raising flour at home from any other flour and how to make it and here it is. Even with a functional flour calculation option for amounts and how to create self raising flour with nutritional information in my disposition.

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  8. How to make several cups of self-raising flour with 2 teaspoons of baking power for each cup? Or 1-1/2 tsp per cup of self raising flour.

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  11. The addition of baking powder to ap flour to make self raising flour is incorrect. you need to add baking SODA, this is the leavening agent.

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  12. Diane I cannot agree with you completely for 100 percent. Yes you can use baking soda but how would the baking soda react in the flour mix to uplift it if no acidic content is introduced -> mixed evenly through the mixture? Baking soda or else Sodium bicarbonate or bicarbonated soda is not suitable always but baking powder can be. While the baking soda needs something acidic for instance like berries, shredded pineapple and such so it can be used instead.

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