Self – Rising Flour ?
Lots of old recipes – especially old, Southern cooking recipes – call for self-rising flour. Do we make it?
No, we don’t. But you can make it yourself.
Simply whisk 4 teaspoons baking powder and 1 teaspoon salt into 2 cups Daisy Flour. (Be sure to look at the bottom of the baking powder tin for its expiration date…(Expired baking powder will not make a good biscuit rise)
If you are making Southern-style Biscuits, use Daisy All-Purpose Flour.
And speaking of #Biscuits, our expert is always James Villas, former food editor for the New York Times and a Southerner in the first place. For a hearty breakfast biscuit with a hint of hot spice, try Villas’ recipe for Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Biscuit