If I am making a cake using let's say 2 cups of regular unsifted flour and I now have to make the same recipe using sifted flour - how would I.
When a recipe calls for unsifted flour does that mean all purpose only or can I use cake flour? From viewing past forums members have posted.
A seive is used for to ensure no lumps remain in flour to make a cake for example. Here is a seive. There are two ways of measuring flour.
The cakes: Unsifted flour
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1 cup flour, sifted means you put the flour into the cup and then sift it. 1 cup I have an old brownie recipe calling for 1 1/2 cups of unsifted flour.
Many readers have called with questions about flour, wanting to know the differences between pre-sifted and unsifted, cake flour and self-rising.