5 Measuring cupsDry ingredients are measured in “graduated” measuring cups. The meaning comes from coming in several sizes.These sizes include:1cup½ cup1/3 cup¼ cup
6 Which of the following items do we need to measure dry stuff? SpatulaDry measuring cupsMixing bowlWaxed paperspoon
7 The four steps for measuring sugar are: Put the cup on wax paper.Fill the cup with sugar.Level off the excess sugar.Empty the sugar into the bowl.
8 What ingredient should you sift before you measure it? flour
9 What ingredient should be firmly packed into the cup? Brown sugar
10 Circle the features of a liquid measuring cup. Is able to hold hot liquid.Has extra space at the top of the cup.Has a pour spout.Has markings which are easy to read.
11 Measuring liquidsMeasuring at eye level.Measure on a level surface
12 Measuring cups are used to measure ¼ cup or more. Measuring spoons are used to measure under ¼ cup.
13 Measuring ½ tsp. of vanilla You would need ½ tsp. measuring spoon.Wax paper.A mixing bowl.VanillaPour the vanilla into the spoon over the wax paper. Never over the mixing bowl.
14 Measuring spoonsThere are usually four spoons in a set of measuring spoons. They include:1 Tablespoon. It can be 1 T or 1 Tbsp.1 teaspoon. It can be 1 t or 1 tsp.½ teaspoon. It can be 1/2 t. or 1/2 tsp.¼ teaspoon. It can be ¼ t. or ¼ tsp.
15 Shortening Shortening should be at room temperature to measure. Completely fill the cup and level off with a spatula.Rinse the cup with cold water before you put the shortening in to make it easier to get the shortening out.
16 ButterSticks of butter or margarine have markings on the wrapper. All you have to do is cut off the amount you need.One stick is the same as ½ cup.If the recipe calls for a cup you would need 2 sticks.
17 These foods are measured by putting them in a dry measuring cup and gently pressing them to level.