|1 cup||A.P. flour|
|1½ teaspoon||Leavining/baking powder|
Self-rising flour may ONLY BE USED in place of all purpose flour only if recipe you are making calls for salt and baking powder. When using self-rising flour in place of all purpose (A.P.) flour omit salt and leavening as indicated in amounts shown above.
One problem with self-rising flour: you can never be sure of the efficacy of its built-in leavener (baking powder). Long or improper storage will weaken its leavening power and may affect the final produce adversely.
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