Presentation on theme: "Looks like a small glass pitcher Metal or plastic."— Presentation transcript:
Looks like a small glass pitcher
Metal or plastic
Place the cup on a Level or Flat surface and read the measurement at EYE level
To sift flour sift first, then measure Many recipes allow you to removed TWO tablespoons of Flour instead of sifting.
To get lumps out of Powdered Sugar SIFT IT
Pack into measuring cup, get out all air bubble, level off, then scrape out
The water displacement method is best for measuring amounts less than 1 cup. When 1/2 cup shortening is called for: Fill a standard measuring cup with cold water to the 1/2 cup mark. Add shortening until the water reaches the 1 cup level.
When Measuring 1/4 Cup or less
To measure ¾ Cup use ¼ +½ instead of ¼ three times To measure 1/8 cup use 2 Tablespoons
You wont get shells in Mixing Bowl If Egg is bad, you can throw it away without wasting ingredients.
Stays the Same Changes Cooking Temperature Amount of Ingredients Length of Cooking Time Size of pan
Reduce the Oven Temperature 25 Degrees.
Tablespoon=T. Tbs. Tbsp Gallon=gal. Pint=pt. Pound= pt. Hour = hr. Teaspoon=t. tsp. Quart = qt. Cup= C. Ounce = oz. Minute = min.
3 tsp.=1 Tbs. 4 qt. = 1 gal. 2 C. = 1 pt. 4 Tbs. = ¼ C. 16 C. = 1 gal. 16 Tbs. =1 C. 8 fl. oz. = 1 C. 16 oz. = 1 lb.