Measuring 101. Proper equipment and techniques, Abbreviations and Equivalents. Measuring Equipment. Nested (graduated) measuring cups – Used for dry ingredients Measuring spoons – Used for small amounts of liquid or dry ingredients
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Proper equipment and techniques,
Do Not PACK!
Sift dry ingredients with lumps!
Should retain shape!
Never measure directly over your mixing bowl!!!
When reading orange juice amounts in the clear measuring cup, hold it in the air.
2. Measure flour in the clear measuring cup.? Measuring Quiz ?
4. What utensil is used to measure small amounts of salt or vanilla?
3. What utensil is used to level off dry ingredients?
T. or TBSP. = tablespoon cup, hold it in the air.
t. or tsp. = teaspoon
c. = cup
lb. or # = pound
min. = minute
doz. = dozen
oz. = ounce
pt. = pint
qt. = quart
gal. = gallonCommon abbreviations
1 T. = _______ t. cup, hold it in the air.
1c. = _______ T.
1 c. = _______ oz.
¼ c. = ______ T.
1 pt. = ______ c.
1 qt. = ______ pt.
1 gal. = ______ qt.
1 lb. = _______ oz.
½ c. = _______ T.
1 stick margarine = _______ T.
1 stick margarine = _______ c.
4 sticks margarine = _______ lb.Equivalents– you need to know!