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    Thu May 26, 2005 10:58 am Groupie
    I know someone must have said something about it before but I can't find it. Can Muffins be made with self raising flour?
    Heather Sullivan
    Thu May 26, 2005 11:02 am Groupie
    Does the recipe say Self Raising Flour?
    The obvious reply would be to remove any baking powder and use self raising but it does really depend on the recipe. Some don't use much baking powder and use things like yoghurt or buttermilk and baking soda to leaven the batter.
    Thu May 26, 2005 11:20 am Groupie
    Thanks Heather, but no, all the recipes I can find ask for plain flour and I only have bread flour and self raising at home. I didn't want to go to the shops now in buy the proper one. Guess I will have to wait until tomorrow.
    Roxygirl in Colorado
    Fri May 27, 2005 10:40 am Groupie
    Hi Malu,
    Good news. I researched self rising flour and it said to leave out salt and any leavening ingredients in the recipe. I know what it's like to be out of ingredients but still craving the recipe!
    Roxygirl in Colo.
    Fri May 27, 2005 12:52 pm Groupie
    Thanks a lot Roxygirl,
    Today I bought some plain flour, but it is good to know that I can use the selfraising insted if that is the only one I have.
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