• Baking Powder

Baking Powder


Baking Powder

Mercy Baking Powder is a double acting agent, it is used to increase the volume and lighten the texture of baked goods and also makes it more spongy.

Serve Chilled with Ice Cream & Dry Fruit Topping for better taste.
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Nutritional values

Nutrition Facts Per 100 Gm. (Approx).
Calories (KCAL)95.68
Sodium (MG)11989
Total carbohydrate (GM) 23.92
Protein (GM)(Poly Jar)23

Direction of use

Step 1
For Ordinary Purposes Use About 11 Gm (One level tablespoonful) of Mercy Baking Powder. For 450 Gm or 3 Teacupful of Flour.
Step 2
Mix Mercy Baking Powder and Flour Thoroughly by Passing the Two Ingredients in a Dry State Through a Sieve Two or Three Times.
Step 3
The Finished Dough Should Preferable by Baked Immediately, But May be Kept in a Cool Place and Baked at leisure
Step 4
Do Not Bring a Wet Spoon in Contact with the Powder. Keep the Box Tightly Closed When Not in Use.


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