This baking powder is a ready to use raising agent made of mineral salts. You can use this aluminium free baking powder to convert plain flour when a recipe needs self raising flour. When baking powder is combined with wet ingredients it produces carbon-dioxide gas, giving the lift to pancake and waffle batters or cake, muffin, pudding and biscuit mixes.
How to Use
Most recipes require for 1-2 teaspoons (approx. 5-10 grams) of baking powder to 1 cup (approx. 130 grams) of flour. For a recipe that calls for self raising flour, add 1 teaspoon of baking powder to 110 grams of plain flour. It is best to mix all the dry ingredients thoroughly with the baking powder before adding the wet ingredients.
Limit the amount of stirring once liquid is added, to prevent the raising gases of the baking powder escaping from the mixture. Because baking powder starts to react in recipes as soon as moisture is added, be sure to cook batter mixture immediately.