How many teaspoons per pound

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In order for a recipe to be a success, it is advantageous to stick to the information given as much as possible (for example by weighing the ingredients precisely using a digital scale), but unfortunately this is often not quite possible. Why? All too often there are abbreviations that are pure routine for the person who created the recipe, or in the worst case, units of measurement that are unknown to you, such as cup or degrees Fahrenheit.

I have compiled some of the most common terms and conversions here so that nothing can go wrong with cheap cooking and baking.

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What is a TL? How many grams are a cup of flour? How many grams is there in a teaspoon of baking soda? How many milliliters are 10 teaspoons of milk?

Do any of these questions sound familiar to you? Then you have come to the right place, because here you will find various units of measurement and their conversions that you should know as an ambitious amateur cook.

Abbreviations

  • 1 dl = 1 deciliter (0.1l)
  • 1 ml = 1 milliliter (0.001l)
  • 1 msp = 1 point of knife
  • 1 pinch = The amount that you can hold between your index finger and thumb
  • 1 tsp = 1 teaspoon = 1 teaspoon = 1 teaspoon
  • 1 tbs = 1 tablespoon = 1 tbsp = 1 tablespoon
  • 1 shot = The amount of liquid that comes out of the bottle when you turn it 1x briefly
  • 1 oz in grams = 1 ounce = ~ 30 grams
  • 1 lb in grams = 1 pound = ~ 430 grams
  • 1 pound = 0.5kg
  • 1 kg = 1 kilogram (1000g)
  • 1 mm = 1 millimeter (0.001m)
  • 1 cm = 1 centimeter (0.01m)
  • 1 inch in centimeters = 1 inch = 2.5 centimeters
  • 1 pkg = 1 pack / 1 packet

LIQUIDS

Sometimes the description in a recipe is of no use if, for example, you have a leftover oil in the bottle that you can visually estimate to be good (thumbs) to 1/8 liter, and the recipe says 10 tablespoons of it should be used. How much is that now? Do I have enough in the house or should I go shopping quickly?

So that this doesn't happen to you, I have provided this list

  • 1 teaspoon = 5 ml
  • 1 tbsp = 15 ml
  • 1/8 cup = 30 ml
  • 1/4 cup = 60 ml
  • 1/3 cup = 80 ml
  • 1/2 cup = 120 ml
  • 2/3 cup = 160 ml
  • 3/4 cup = 180 ml
  • 1 cup (US) = 240 ml
  • 1 cup (UK) = 285 ml
  • 1 cup = 150 ml
  • 1 pint (US) = 470 ml
    (actually 473.176 ml)
  • 1 pint (UK) = 570 ml
    (actually 568.26 ml)
  • 1 measure = 1000 ml
    (actually 1069 ml)

Convert the Austrian DAG to grams

On July 5, 1950 the "dkg"To the official unit of measurement. In 1973 this became "dag“And is still widely used here in Austria, for example for recipes. It is loosely shortened here to a "Deka„.

dag
(Decagram
G
(gram
1 day10 g
10 days100 g
12.5 dag125 g
25 days250 g
50 days500 g
75 days750 g
100 dag1000 g

Weight classes eggs

Basically come in one recipe always Eggs with the Weight class M for use, unless otherwise stated by the creator of the same.

  • (S) Small = less than 53 g
  • (M) medium = 53 to 63 g
  • (L) Large = 63 to less than 73 g
  • (XL) Extra Large = at least 73 g

Ingredient calculator

The results are not accurate to a tenth of a gram, but have been rounded for better understanding. Thus, they are to be understood as approximate guide values! (The list is constantly being expanded!)
How much is...1 teaspoon,
painted
1 tablespoon,
painted
1 cup1 cup
baking powder4 g8 g160 g
butter5 g15 g225 g
creme fraiche Cheese5 g15 g250 g
semolina4 g12 g150 g
honey10 g20 g200 g340 g
yogurt8 g15 g240 g
cocoa3 g8 g90 g120g
Herbs, chopped2 g4 g
margarine5 g12 g180 g
Mayonnaise10 g15 g
Flour3 g15 g100 g120 g
milk5 g15 g150 g240 g
Nuts, grated16 g70 g120 g
oil4 g10 g120 g200 g
Pudding powder12 g
rice15 g120 g
salt5 g18 g
sour cream8 g15 g240 g
Whipped cream5 g15 g150 g225 g
Breadcrumbs10 g130 g170 g
food starch5 g10 g90 g130 g
Icing sugar4 g10 g100 g120 g
Soup powder4 g10 g
Tomato paste8 g20 g
cinnamon2 g
Sugar, crystal5 g15 g150 g225 g
Sugar, brown180 g
mustard5 g9 g
Ground almonds3 g8 g

Temperatures

Anyone who searches a lot for recipes on the Internet very often ends up on American websites, which have plenty to offer on this subject. But they not only provide enlightenment, but also a lot of frowning: "Bake the cake at gas mark 4 for 60 minutes" or "braise the meat at 320 ° F ...". Thank you very much.

So that you can laugh about such a little thing in the future, I have created this table.

Fahrenheit to ° C to gas mark

FahrenheitCelsiusgas mark
212 ° F100 ° C-
221 ° F105 ° C-
230 ° F110 ° C-
239 ° F115 ° C-
248 ° F120 ° Cgas mark 1/2
257 ° F125 ° C-
266 ° F130 ° C-
275 ° F135 ° Cgas mark 1
284 ° F140 ° C-
293 ° F145 ° C-
302 ° F150 ° Cgas mark 2
311 ° F155 ° C-
320 ° F160 ° Cgas mark 3
329 ° F165 ° C-
338 ° F170 ° C-
347 ° F175 ° Cgas mark 4
356 ° F180 ° C-
365 ° F185 ° C-
374 ° F =190 ° Cgas mark 5
383 ° F =195 ° C-
392 ° F200 ° C-
401 ° F205 ° Cgas mark 6
410 ° F210 ° C-
419 ° F215 ° C-
428 ° F220 ° Cgas mark 7
437 ° F225 ° C-
446 ° F230 ° Cgas mark 8
455 ° F235 ° C-
464 ° F240 ° C-
473 ° F245 ° Cgas mark 9
482 ° F250 ° C-
491 ° F255 ° C-
500 ° F260 ° Cgas mark 10