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Kitchen Tricks: How To Measure Ingredients Without A Scale?

How many times have you been in a situation where you cannot accurately measure the necessary ingredients. However, there is a way. See how to measure flour, sugar, semolina and other ingredients using a spoon or a cup.

Kitchen tricks: How to weigh ingredients without a scale?

Crystal Sugar:

  • Flat spoon – 12 grams
  • Full spoon – 25 grams
  • Flat spoon – 4 grams
  • Full teaspoon – 8 grams

Powdered sugar:

  • Flat spoon – 15 grams
  • Full spoon – 30 grams
  • Flat spoon – 5 grams
  • Full teaspoon – 10 grams

Flour:

  • Flat spoon – 12 grams
  • Full spoon – 20 grams
  • Flat teaspoon – 3 grams
  • Full teaspoon – 7 grams

Rice

  • Flat spoon – 15 grams
  • Full spoon – 30 grams
  • Flat teaspoon – 3 grams
  • Full teaspoon – 5 grams

Milk or water

  • Spoon – 15 ml
  • Large beaker – 100 ml
  • Bottle – 250 ml
  • Small cup – 50 ml

Spices

  • Teaspoon of density – 2 grams
  • Teaspoon of pastry powder or gelatin powder – 3 grams
  • Teaspoon salt, teaspoon of powdered milk or sugar cube – 5 grams
  • Teaspoon of ground coffee – 6 grams

Vegetables

  • Medium-sized tomato – 100 grams
  • Medium-sized carrot – 100 grams
  • Medium-sized potato – 90 grams
  • Medium size onion – 90 grams



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