By extension, the term is used as a measure of volume in cooking. In this capacity
, it is most commonly abbreviated tbsp or T, and occasionally referred to as a ...
Common U.S. Cooking Abbreviations and Measurements ... You can't accurately
measure flour in a liquid measuring cup, and though you can pour liquid into a ...
Measurements and abbreviations of common baking terms. ... 1/6 Cup, = 2
Tablespoons + 2 Teaspoons. 1/4 Cup, = 4 Tablespoons. 1/3 Cup, = 5
Tablespoons + ...
Recipes from different parts of the world use different units of measurement. This
page is a guide to ... tablespoon (also T, tbl., tbs., or tbsp.) fluid ounce (also fl oz)
On the other hand, if a muffin recipe says to add 1/2 tsp of salt, you should add ...
Tablespoons are abbreviated T or Tbsp. Teaspoons are abbreviated t or tsp.
Handy cooking measurements conversion references in chart form including bar
drink ... Always use cup and spoon measures for dry and solid ingredients and a
cooking measuring jug for liquid ingredients. ... Measurement Abbreviations. tsp ...
2. 1 Tablespoon = Teaspoons. 3. 1 Cup = Tablespoons. 4. 4 Tablespoons = Cup.
5. .... Rewrite the recipe to double it (using correct abbreviations). • List the ...
measuring abbreviations used in the recipes on this site. ... His idea of a
teaspoon is any spoon he might use to stir tea and a cup is any cup he might use
Pat's comments about recipe abbreviations: You are correct. Capital T means
Tablespoon* (15g or 15ml), and lower case t means teaspoon (5g or 5ml).