All-Purpose Flour


Wheat flour generally suited to most purposes. All purpose flour consists of ~0.55%% ash and ~11%% protein and is milled from a mixture of hard and soft wheat.


Other names: Family Flour, Plain Flour, General Purpose, Ap Flour, 550 Flour, All Purpose Flour, 55 Flour
Translations: Universālajiem milti, Visi universalūs miltų, Toate Scop-Flour, Brašna za, Tất cả các mục đích-bột, Uniwersalne mąki, All-purpose bloem, सभी उद्देश्य आटा, Farinha de trigo, Все назначения муки, Για κάθε χρήση αλεύρι, طحين لجميع الأغراض, 모든 용도의 밀가루, All-hladké mouky, Lahat ng mga Layunin-Flour, 全筋面粉, Farina per a tot ús, Vse namene moke, All-hladkej múky, Di farina, קמח, Allrengöringsmedel mjöl, Брашна све намене, 中力粉, Farine tout-usage, Allzweck-Mehl, -Mel, Harina para todo uso, Всі призначення борошна, All-tarkoitukseen jauhoja, Всички предназначение брашно

Physical Description

White powdery

Colors: white

Tasting Notes

Flavors: No flavor as a flour. Its just a powder
Mouthfeel: Does not apply; is never eaten alone
Food complements: Does not apply; is never eaten alone
Wine complements: Does not apply; is never eaten alone
Beverage complements: Does not apply; is never eaten alone
Substitutes: If your recipe calls for self-rising flour, You can substitute all purpose by adding 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder, And 1/2 teaspoon salt.

Selecting and Buying

Seasonality: january, february, march, april, may, june, july, august, september, opctober, november, december
Buying: Available in all supermarkets.

Preparation and Use

It is used in almost all baking items

Cleaning: You can sieve to remove any stone particles or any other small minute particles.

Conserving and Storing

It can be stored in a Jar. It is not a perishable item. You can store it in refrigerator to conserve it for long time.


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