Baking Measuring Do's and Don'ts #infographic

Baking Measuring Do's and Don'ts #infographic

Accurately measured ingredients can often be the difference between perfect and not-so-perfect baked goods, so careful reading of recipes and proper measuring of ingredients is important. You 're prepared to tackle any sort of bread, cake, cookie or pie your heart (or stomach) desires with these measuring do's and don'ts.

Do get a package of proper cups and spoons for calculation. Cups and teaspoons are standardized units of measurement that require specific tools-it will not be cut by a regular cup or spoon.

DON'T use dry-ingredient liquid measuring cups. While using dry measuring cups for liquids can kind of get away, it doesn't work the other way around. It can be used to calculate spoons for either dry or wet ingredients.DO read carefully, and follow the directions. "1 cup of all-purpose sifted flour" and "1 cup of all-purpose, sifted flour" are not the same.

 You sift the flour in the former and later in the latter before measuring it, which results in different amounts of flour.Don't scoop out flour with your measuring cup. We suggest that you spoon it into the cup, and then level it off.

DO squeeze brown sugar into cups and spoons. Packing is the typical way brown sugar is weighed for all recipes (but only brown sugar).When weighing liquids, don't tilt your utensils. A measuring cup that is unlevel will lead to error, so always set it to a flat surface for accurate reading.

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