Measurements – How and What Tools We Use To Measure

It is always a challenge to first find a good recipe on internet and then understand their ingredients. We completely understand this challenge and hence have come up with this list of measurement tools that we always use in our recipes. We have observed that people get more confused (including us) with the ingredient’s quantity  … Read more

Written by Maahi Gupta
  By Maahi Gupta          Updated  28 Dec, 14

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It is always a challenge to first find a good recipe on internet and then understand their ingredients. We completely understand this challenge and hence have come up with this list of measurement tools that we always use in our recipes.

We have observed that people get more confused (including us) with the ingredient’s quantity more than the actual recipe. Hence, it becomes really important that we clearly show up what 1 tsp or a Tbsp means while you are following our recipe. This would certainly help you get more closer to the final result that we have already tried and tested in our kitchen.

MetricWhat We MeanMeasuring ToolMeasuring Substitute
TeaSpoon (tsp): The word tsp with small ‘t’ denotes Tea-Spoon in all our recipes.
1/4 tsp
1/2 tsp
3/4 tsp
1 tsp
TableSpoon (Tbsp):The word with capital ‘T’ denotes Table-Spoon in all our recipes.
1 Tbsp
Tea-Spoon In terms of Table-Spoon
1 tsp = 1/4 Tbsp
Table-Spoon In terms of Tea-Spoon
1 Tbsp = 3 tsp
1 Tbsp
Cup
1 Cup
1 Pinch
1 Bowl
1 Liter
1 Oz
1 Small/Medium/Large size Potato
1 Small/Medium/Large size Tomato
1 Small/Medium/Large size Onion

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