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I am in the middle of a recipe that calls for 1/2 cup sweet white rice flour. What can replace that? I am baking a cake and it's my 1st holiday having to be gluten free. I am a mess!! Can anyone help soon???? It calls for xantham gum, baking soda and 1 cup regular white rice flour. I just need to replace the sweet white rice flour. Can I use gluten free all purpose baking flour???
sweet rice flour has a slightly different taste and texture than regular rice flour. Both are light in texture and taste. You can certainly use regular rice flour for a sub- increase your dry sweetner by a tablespoon or two. Or try the baking mix, it will just be a bit heavier and not quite so "cake-like".
Thank you very much!!!! Merry Christmas!! :)
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