Cake Flour And All Purpose Flour In Recipe

Baking By BakersGuy Updated 10 Jan 2013 , 9:40pm by BakersGuy

BakersGuy Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 6:22pm
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Hello Everyone


I have a quick question, being new to baking I thought I should ask before I proceeded with this recipe.  I saw a cake receipe that calls for BOTH cake flour and All Purpose Flour.  The recipe says 2 cups of Cake Flour and 2 TEASPOONS of All purpose flour.  Have anyone ever heard of using both flours in a recipe? 


Any help would be greatly appreciated!  Thanks everyone!

4 replies
-K8memphis Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 6:32pm
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that seems a little awkward


is the two teaspoon amount used for something other than going into the cake batter--like a streusel or something? or going into a puree or something like that???

BakingIrene Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 6:36pm
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Do the two amounts of flour appear on separate lines?


Is there any other mention of baking powder or baking soda? If not this might be a typo of the ingredient.

curiousbaker Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 8:52pm
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ADusting the pan perhaps!

BakersGuy Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 9:40pm
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Okay so it not just me!  Seems a little weird..I am going to probably find another recipe! Thanks so much for the response!

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