how much rice flour equals 1 cup all purpose flour?

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Answered: Substitute for maida (all-purpose flour)

I need to make something with self rising flour and all I have is all purpose flour

Answered: Can all-purpose flour be substituted with plain ...

All-purpose flour is plain flour. If the cake you're baking is a dense cake, the recipe may not call for baking powder, only baking soda. The texture will be more like a fruit-cake, dense carrot cake, or a hummingbird cake - where there are multiple layers of a more dense cake. If you're making a ...

Answered: Is flour a substitute for Matzo meal?

Matzo meal is a bit thicker than flour so I would use half flour and half breadcrumbs to replace it if you do not have any matzo meal. Matzo meal swells in a way that flour does not - which makes it good in dishes like meat balls. I use it for that.

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The singular is "equal". A Navy commander is the equal of a lieutenant colonel.

Answered: All purpose or self rising?

Self Rising Flour contains both baking powder and salt. The baking powder is what makes it self-rising. This flour has a slightly salty taste when touched to the tip of your tougue and is the quick way to check the flour type. All purpose flour contains neither salt nor baking powder and is very ...

Answered: USA self-rising flour versus UK self-raising flour

I have had more luck using U.S. all purpose flour plus U.S. Bread flour plus salt and baking powder (about 3/4 bread flour to 1/4 all purpose flour) and however much salt and baking powder gives you the equivalent product to what you like.
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