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Measuring Techniques How to Measure Accurately Mrs. Woodward- Bingham HS
Wash Hands Wash hands for at least 20 Seconds
Assemble and Gather ingredients
Liquid Measuring Cup Looks like a small glass pitcher
Measurement by cup type Liquid Dry
When measuring liquid Place the cup on a Level or Flat surface and read the measurement at EYE level
Brown Sugar and Shortening Should be packed into the measuring Cup
Flour should NEVER be packed, but should be SPOONED into the measuring Cup
Sifted Flour Many recipes allow you to removed TWO tablespoons of Flour instead of sifting. To sift flour Sift first, then meaure.
Powdered Sugar To get lumps out of Powdered Sugar SIFT IT
Measuring Shortening by Liquid Displacement
Softening Brown Sugar Place Bread or Apple slice in the bag, or microwave for a short time.
One Stick or Butter Equals = ½ Cup
4 Sticks of Butter Equals = 1 pound
16 Tablespoons is One Cup =
Use Measuring Spoons When When Measuring 1/8 Cup or less
Use Most Efficient piece of Equipment Use ¼ Cup instead of 4 Tablespoons. To measure 1/8 Cup use 2 Tablespoons.
Measure ¾ Cup ¼ Cup + ½ Cup = 3/4 Cup
Never Measure Ingredients Over the Mixing Bowl
Crack Eggs into A Bowl You wont get shells in Mixing Bowl If Egg is bad, you can throw it away without wasting ingredients.
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