US Cups Conversion Table - The recipes on our website can be viewed in either metric ( ie. grams) or imperial (ie. pounds and ounces) measurements. If you would like to use the American "cups" method of measurement, the table below can be used as a conversion guideline for non- liquid ingredients. Officially, a US Cup is 240ml (or 8.45 imperial fluid ounces.) This is slightly different from an Australian, Canadian and South African Cup which is 250ml.
IKEA - SOCKERKAKA, Baking mat and knife, The baking mat protects the table top and provides a non-stick surface for the pastry.Use the stamp on the end of the knife to put heart-shaped indentations in your cookies and fill them with chocolate or jam.There’s a conversion table on one side of the mat that converts weights and volumes to different measurement units.Make creative decorations on your cakes with the help of the stencils on the mat – one side for children and one for adults.
Converting Recipes to Metric Measures - The instructions and tables presented here will walk the reader through converting a recipe to metric measures. It is important to note that these conversions only work with U.S. recipes. Customary measures like cups, pints, quarts, and gallons mean different things in different countries. For example, if you try to convert a British or Australian recipe to metric using these instructions, it may flop.(Click to go to website)
Aha! A handy conversion for different types of salt. 1 tsp table salt = 1 1/4 tsp Morton kosher salt = 2 Tbsps. Diamond kosher salt. Almost all recipes calling for kosher salt were made with Diamond, so if you've got Morton instead, put a whole lot less in, or you'll end up with a salt lick! (That happened to me once with a recipe and now I finally know why.)