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Yes, I think it's a tsp of baking powder per 100g. If you don't add the baking powder you won't get as much of a rise but it'll still be edible.
From the BBC website: To make self-raising flour add one teaspoon 110g of plain flour.You can make baking powder from bicarbonate of soda and cream of tartare too.
Yes. Just add some extra baking powder. SR flour is just plain flour with baking powder in it.
I'm getting the ingredients together to make a batch of muffins, raspberry and marmalaid ones. I've got about half the quantity of flour needed SR flour, but about the same amount of plain flour.Can I combine the two so I have enough?
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