This Easy Recipe Instructs How to Make Self-Rising Flour from Scratch

 - Aug 21, 2015
References: epicurious & skillet.lifehacker
Baking requires having all sorts of different flours on-hand, often including the popular cake or self-rising flour. Thankfully this simple recipe teaches you how to make your very own self-rising flour from scratch without any added preservatives or unnecessary ingredients.

Nothing is worse than starting a dessert recipe to only realize you're missing one ingredient. Traditionally self-rising flour is made from finely milled wheat than all-purpose, making it ideal for baking. This is a great recipe to keep on hand if you bake often and find you're always in need of self-rising flour. To make the cake flour, simply combined baking soda and salt to one cup of all-purpose flour. The salt and baking soda act to replicate that same rising effect so that your baked goods come out just as fluffy.