It’s “Tip Tuesday” here in the kitchen, and I’ve got a quick tip that saved me a few times during this quarantine.
Yeast is a hot commodity in my area of Virginia these past few weeks.
Are we ALL baking our own sandwich bread all of a sudden? I don’t know about you, but when I can’t find something (ingredient wise) that’s when I go to the “googles” for substitutes.
I could write an entire blog post about ingredient substitutions, (and I just might ), but today I’ll leave it at this wonder called “DIY Self Rising Flour”
You probably have the ingredients on hand right now in your pantry. It’s three basic baking ingredients, that when combined, can be used instead of yeast in some recipes. You won’t get the same softness as with a yeast dough and it’s multiple risings… but your recipes will still be soft and have great texture to them. So if you can’t find yeast in these crazy Covid-19 times, run to your pantry to make this easy substitute!
DIY Self Rising Flour
1 cup of all-purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon fine salt.
There you have it, my first ingredient substitution blog post! I hope to do more in the future.
If you try it, tell me what you think.