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It is 90003 important 90004 to note that these conversions 90003 only work with U.S. recipes. 90004 Customary measures like cups, pints, quarts, and gallons mean different things in different countries. For example, 90007 if you try to convert a British or Australian recipe to metric using these instructions, it may flop. 90008 90009 90010 For the sake of keeping things simple, I have slightly rounded off the measurements stated below.All conversions should be sufficiently accurate for all recipes. For exact conversions, see the Appendices. 90011 90012 Liquids (and Herbs and Spices) 90013 90002 Liquids can be converted to liters or milliliters with the following table. Small volumes (less than about 1 fluid ounce or 2 tablespoons) of ingredients such as salt, herbs, spices, baking powder, etc. should also be converted with this table. 90003 Do not 90004 use this table to convert other non-liquid ingredients. 90009 90018 90019 90020 Volume Conversions: Normally used for liquids only 90021 90022 90019 90024 Customary quantity 90021 90024 Metric equivalent 90021 90022 90019 90030 1 teaspoon 90031 90030 5 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 1 tablespoon 90007 or 90008 1/2 fluid ounce 90031 90030 15 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 1 fluid ounce 90007 or 90008 1/8 cup 90031 90030 30 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 1/4 cup 90007 or 90008 2 fluid ounces 90031 90030 60 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 1/3 cup 90031 90030 80 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 1/2 cup 90007 or 90008 4 fluid ounces 90031 90030 120 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 2/3 cup 90031 90030 160 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 3/4 cup 90007 or 90008 6 fluid ounces 90031 90030 180 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 1 cup 90007 or 90008 8 fluid ounces 90007 or 90008 half a pint 90031 90030 240 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 1 1/2 cups 90007 or 90008 12 fluid ounces 90031 90030 350 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 2 cups 90007 or 90008 1 pint 90007 or 90008 16 fluid ounces 90031 90030 475 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 3 cups 90007 or 90008 1 1/2 pints 90031 90030 700 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 4 cups 90007 or 90008 2 pints 90007 or 90008 1 quart 90031 90030 950 mL 90031 90022 90019 90030 4 quarts 90007 or 90008 1 gallon 90031 90030 3.8 L 90031 90022 90019 90142 90003 Note: 90004 In cases where higher precision is not justified, it 90145 may be convenient to round these conversions off as follows: 90145 1 cup = 250 mL 90145 1 pint = 500 mL 90145 1 quart = 1 L 90145 1 gallon = 4 L 90031 90022 90152 90012 Weight 90013 90002 Weights can be converted with the following table. Note that the ounces referred to in this table are 90007 not 90008 the same as fluid ounces. 90009 90018 90019 90020 Weight Conversions 90021 90022 90019 90024 Customary quantity 90021 90024 Metric equivalent 90021 90022 90019 90030 1 ounce 90031 90030 28 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 4 ounces 90007 or 90008 1/4 pound 90031 90030 113 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 1/3 pound 90031 90030 150 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 8 ounces 90007 or 90008 1/2 pound 90031 90030 230 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 2/3 pound 90031 90030 300 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 12 ounces 90007 or 90008 3/4 pound 90031 90030 340 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 1 pound 90007 or 90008 16 ounces 90031 90030 450 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 2 pounds 90031 90030 900 g 90031 90022 90152 90012 Other non-liquid ingredients 90013 90002 Non-liquid ingredients specified in American recipes by volume (If more than about 2 tablespoons or 1 fluid ounce) should be converted to weight with the following table.If you need to convert an ingredient that is not in this table, the safest thing to do is to measure it with a traditional measuring cup and then weigh the results with a metric scale. In a pinch, you can use the volume conversion table, above. 90009 90018 90019 90233 Weights of common ingredients in grams 90021 90022 90019 90024 Ingredient 90021 90024 1 cup 90021 90024 3/4 cup 90021 90024 2/3 cup 90021 90024 1/2 cup 90021 90024 1/3 cup 90021 90024 1/4 cup 90021 90024 2 Tbsp 90021 90022 90019 90030 Flour, all purpose (wheat) 90031 90030 120 g 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 80 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 30 g 90031 90030 15 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Flour, well sifted all purpose (wheat) 90031 90030 110 g 90031 90030 80 g 90031 90030 70 g 90031 90030 55 g 90031 90030 35 g 90031 90030 27 g 90031 90030 13 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Sugar, granulated cane 90031 90030 200 g 90031 90030 150 g 90031 90030 130 g 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 65 g 90031 90030 50 g 90031 90030 25 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Confectioner’s sugar (cane) 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 75 g 90031 90030 70 g 90031 90030 50 g 90031 90030 35 g 90031 90030 25 g 90031 90030 13 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Brown sugar, packed firmly (but not too firmly) 90031 90030 180 g 90031 90030 135 g 90031 90030 120 g 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 45 g 90031 90030 23 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Corn meal 90031 90030 160 g 90031 90030 120 g 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 80 g 90031 90030 50 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 20 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Corn starch 90031 90030 120 g 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 80 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 30 g 90031 90030 15 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Rice, uncooked 90031 90030 190 g 90031 90030 140 g 90031 90030 125 g 90031 90030 95 g 90031 90030 65 g 90031 90030 48 g 90031 90030 24 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Macaroni, uncooked 90031 90030 140 g 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 70 g 90031 90030 45 g 90031 90030 35 g 90031 90030 17 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Couscous, uncooked 90031 90030 180 g 90031 90030 135 g 90031 90030 120 g 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 45 g 90031 90030 22 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Oats, uncooked quick 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 65 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 45 g 90031 90030 30 g 90031 90030 22 g 90031 90030 11 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Table salt 90031 90030 300 g 90031 90030 230 g 90031 90030 200 g 90031 90030 150 g 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 75 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Butter 90031 90030 240 g 90031 90030 180 g 90031 90030 160 g 90031 90030 120 g 90031 90030 80 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 30 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Vegetable shortening 90031 90030 190 g 90031 90030 140 g 90031 90030 125 g 90031 90030 95 g 90031 90030 65 g 90031 90030 48 g 90031 90030 24 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Chopped fruits and vegetables 90031 90030 150 g 90031 90030 110 g 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 75 g 90031 90030 50 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 20 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Nuts, chopped 90031 90030 150 g 90031 90030 110 g 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 75 g 90031 90030 50 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 20 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Nuts, ground 90031 90030 120 g 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 80 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 30 g 90031 90030 15 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Bread crumbs, fresh, loosely packed 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 45 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 30 g 90031 90030 20 g 90031 90030 15 g 90031 90030 8 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Bread crumbs, dry 90031 90030 150 g 90031 90030 110 g 90031 90030 100 g 90031 90030 75 g 90031 90030 50 g 90031 90030 40 g 90031 90030 20 g 90031 90022 90019 90030 Parmesan cheese, grated 90031 90030 90 g 90031 90030 65 g 90031 90030 60 g 90031 90030 45 g 90031 90030 30 g 90031 90030 22 g 90031 90030 11 g 90031 90022 90152 90012 Length 90013 90002 Lengths may be converted with the following table.Keep in mind that 1 cm = 10 mm. 90009 90018 90019 90020 Length Conversions 90021 90022 90019 90024 Customary quantity 90021 90024 Metric equivalent 90021 90022 90019 90030 1/8 inch 90031 90030 3 mm 90031 90022 90019 90030 1/4 inch 90031 90030 6 mm 90031 90022 90019 90030 1/2 inch 90031 90030 13 mm 90031 90022 90019 90030 3/4 inch 90031 90030 19 mm 90031 90022 90019 90030 1 inch 90031 90030 2.5 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 2 inches 90031 90030 5 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 3 inches 90031 90030 7.6 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 4 inches 90031 90030 10 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 5 inches 90031 90030 13 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 6 inches 90031 90030 15 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 7 inches 90031 90030 18 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 8 inches 90031 90030 20 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 9 inches 90031 90030 23 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 10 inches 90031 90030 25 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 11 inches 90031 90030 28 cm 90031 90022 90019 90030 12 inches 90007 or 90008 1 foot 90031 90030 30 cm 90031 90022 90152 90012 Temperature 90013 90002 The following converter (below) will convert back and forth between ° C and ° F.Just enter a number in either field, then click outside the text box. Round off the results appropriately. 90009 90012 Finishing up 90013 Now that you’ve converted all measurements to metric, you may want to consult the style guide before sharing or publishing your recipe. .90000 Cooking Vocabulary | Vocabulary | EnglishClub 90001 90002 with word definitions, example sentences and quiz 90003 90002 90005 Photo: Cooking vegetables in a pan. 90003 90002 Knowing how to 90008 cook 90009 is a one of the most useful skills we can learn. If we can cook, we can eat healthy 90008 dishes 90009 made at home with fresh 90008 ingredients 90009 instead of having to buy unhealthy fast food or expensive pre-cooked or frozen meals. Cooking our own meals is not only healthy and cheap, but can also be fun if we explore 90008 cookbooks 90009 and cooking websites and find new 90008 recipes 90009 to try.90003 90019 Frying, boiling and steaming 90020 90002 Even if you only have a small stove or cooker with a couple of hotplates, you can cook delicious food at home. You can 90008 fry 90009 meat, fish or eggs in a frying pan with oil or butter. You can also 90008 chop 90009 or 90008 slice 90009 vegetables and 90008 sauté 90009 or 90008 stir-fry 90009 them in a pan or a wok. Another way of cooking vegetables and grains like rice is by 90008 boiling 90009 or 90008 steaming 90009 them.You can 90008 peel 90009 vegetables like potatoes and carrots before cooking them, and even 90008 mash 90009 them after they’re cooked if you like. You can also boil other foods like spaghetti, eggs and certain meats, or steam fish and other seafood like crabs and mussels. 90003 90002 With a simple hotplate you can also make soups and stews. The ingredients for these often include 90008 diced 90009 meats and vegetables as well as a 90008 pinch 90009 of salt. You can also 90008 sprinkle 90009 in 90008 spices 90009 like pepper or paprika or add 90008 herbs 90009 like basil or parsley.You can even make sauces by 90008 melting 90009 butter in a saucepan and 90008 mixing 90009 in flour and milk before 90008 adding 90009 other ingredients like 90008 grated 90009 cheese and then 90008 stirring 90009 until your sauce is smooth. 90003 90019 Grilling and roasting 90020 90002 If you have a stove with a grill or broiler, or an appliance such as an electric grill, you can also 90008 grill 90009 meat, fish and vegetables. If you’re grilling food at a high temperature, be careful.It’s easy to 90008 burn 90009 it if you cook the food for too long. But many people love grilling, and some even say it’s the best way to cook fish, steak and many other meats. 90003 90002 If you also have an oven you can 90008 roast 90009 certain meats and vegetables. In an oven, food is surrounded by hot air that gradually cooks from all sides, so roasting a whole chicken or a leg of lamb takes time. After being cooked, roast meat is 90008 carved 90009 into pieces before being 90008 served 90009, often together with roast potatoes, carrots and onions.A meal like this is sometimes called a «Sunday roast» as it was traditionally cooked every Sunday in countries like England and Australia. 90003 90019 Baking 90020 90002 Ovens can also be used to 90008 bake 90009 foods like bread, cakes, cookies, pastries and pies. The main ingredient of most baked foods is wheat flour. After being sifted to remove any lumps, the flour is used to 90008 prepare 90009 a batter or dough that’s put into a 90008 preheated 90009 oven to bake. People often think baking is difficult, but as the following recipe shows it can be easy if you have simple directions to follow.90003 90089 Vanilla Cake 90090 90091 Ingredients 90092 90093 90094 1 cup white sugar 90095 90094 1/2 cup butter 90095 90094 2 eggs 90095 90094 1 90008 tbsp 90009 vanilla extract 90095 90094 1 1/2 cups self-raising flour 90095 90094 1/2 cup milk 90095 90108 90091 Directions 90092 90111 90094 Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 90008 Grease 90009 and flour a cake pan. 90095 90094 In a mixing bowl, cream together the sugar and butter. 90008 Beat 90009 in the eggs, then add a 90008 tablespoon 90009 of vanilla extract and 90008 whisk 90009.Add flour to the mixture and stir in milk until the batter is smooth. Pour or spoon batter into the greased cake pan. 90095 90094 Bake for 30 to 40 minutes in the preheated oven. 90095 90126 90002 90008 add 90009 (verb): to put something else in — 90130 Add grated cheese to the white sauce and stir. 90131 90003 90002 90008 bake 90009 (verb): to cook in an oven — 90130 I can bake cakes and pies, but I can not bake bread. 90131 90003 90002 90008 beat 90009 (verb): to mix eggs, cream, etc.with a fork, a beater, or a whisk — 90130 To make scrambled eggs, beat the eggs before cooking them. 90131 90003 90002 90008 boil 90009 (verb): to cook in boiling water — 90130 Will you boil the vegetables, or steam them? 90131 90003 90002 90008 burn 90009 (verb): to spoil food by cooking it for too long or at a temperature that’s too high — 90130 Please do not burn the toast. 90131 90003 90002 90008 carve 90009 (verb): to cut slices or small pieces from a large piece of cooked meat — 90130 Who’d like to carve the roast chicken? 90131 90003 90002 90008 chop or chop up 90009 (verb): to cut into small pieces with a sharp knife — 90130 It’s easy to cut yourself when chopping onions, so be careful.90131 90003 90002 90008 cook 90009 (verb): to prepare food for eating — 90130 What are you cooking for dinner? 90131 90003 90002 90008 cookbook or cookery book 90009 (noun): a book of recipes, often with pictures — 90130 Can I borrow that cookbook with all the Asian recipes? 90131 90003 90002 90008 dice 90009 (verb): to cut food into small cubes or squares — 90130 Dice the carrots and potatoes and add them to the soup. 90131 90003 90002 90008 dish 90009 (noun): food that’s cooked in a certain way — 90130 My favourite Indian dish is vegetable curry.90131 90003 90002 90008 fry 90009 (verb): to cook food in hot oil, butter or fat — 90130 Heat some olive oil in a frying pan and then add the diced tomatoes. 90131 90003 90002 90008 grate 90009 (verb): to cut tiny slices from cheese, vegetables, chocolate, etc. with a grater — 90130 Grate half a cup of cheese and sprinkle it on top. 90131 90003 90002 90008 grease 90009 (verb): to rub butter or oil onto a baking pan or dish to stop food from sticking — 90130 Should I grease the cake tin with butter or oil? 90131 90003 90002 90008 grill (also US «broil») 90009 (verb): to cook directly over or under a very hot gas flame or electric element — 90130 Is the fish grilled under a gas grill or an electric grill? 90131 90003 90002 90008 herb 90009 (noun): a plant used for adding flavour to food — 90130 Good cooks always know which herbs to use.90131 90003 90002 90008 ingredient 90009 (noun): any food, liquid, herb or spice that’s used to make a particular dish — 90130 Chilli and fish sauce are basic ingredients in many Thai dishes. 90131 90003 90002 90008 mash 90009 (verb): to crush food like cooked potato until it’s a smooth mass — 90130 Could you mash the potatoes, please? 90131 90003 90002 90008 melt 90009 (verb): to turn a solid substance into a liquid by heating — 90130 Melt some butter in a saucepan and then add the flour.90131 90003 90002 90008 mix 90009 (verb): to combine two or more substances — 90130 The flour is mixed with a little oil and warm water to make a dough. 90131 90003 90002 90008 peel 90009 (verb): to take or cut the skin off a vegetable or fruit — 90130 I get juice all over my fingers if I peel an orange. 90131 90003 90002 90008 pinch 90009 (noun): a very small amount of something like salt or ground spice — 90130 Add a pinch of salt to the water before boiling vegetables. 90131 90003 90002 90008 preheat 90009 (verb): to turn on and heat an oven or grill before cooking — 90130 It’s important to preheat your oven before baking scones.90131 90003 90002 90008 prepare 90009 (verb): to make food ready for cooking or eating — 90130 It takes an hour or more to prepare this dish. 90131 90003 90002 90008 recipe 90009 (noun): a list of ingredients and instructions for cooking a particular dish — 90130 My grandmother gave me this recipe for apple pie. 90131 90003 90002 90008 roast 90009 (verb): to cook foods like meat and vegetables in an oven — 90130 Why do not we roast some vegetables as well? 90131 90003 90002 90008 sauté 90009 (verb): to fry quickly in hot oil or fat — 90130 To begin, sauté the onions and garlic in a saucepan.90131 90003 90002 90008 serve 90009 (verb): to give someone food that’s been prepared or a drink — 90130 Make sure the food’s still hot when you serve it. 90131 90003 90002 90008 spice 90009 (noun): a plant part, often ground into a powder, that adds flavour to a dish — 90130 Which spices did you add to this sauce? 90131 90003 90002 90008 sprinkle 90009 (verb): to add a few drops of liquid or a substance like salt or pepper by shaking a container or by using your fingers — 90130 Why do you sprinkle so much salt on everything? 90131 90003 90002 90008 steam 90009 (verb): to cook in hot steam from boiling water — 90130 Steaming vegetables destroys fewer nutrients than boiling them.90131 90003 90002 90008 stir 90009 (verb): to move a spoon or other implement around to mix something — 90130 If you do not stir the sauce enough, it’ll be lumpy. 90131 90003 90002 90008 stir-fry 90009 (verb): to fry quickly over a high heat while stirring — 90130 Lots of people stir-fry all kinds of meat and vegetables these days. 90131 90003 90002 90008 tablespoon (abbrev: «tbsp») 90009 (noun): a large spoon used for serving, or the amount of an ingredient that fits in one — 90130 Add a tablespoon of flour to the melted butter and stir.90131 90003 90002 90008 teaspoon (abbrev: «tsp») 90009 (noun): a small spoon or the amount of an ingredient that fits in one — 90130 You did not use more than half a teaspoon of chili powder, did you? 90131 90003 90002 90008 whisk 90009 (verb): to mix something very quickly with a whisk — 90130 Break the eggs into a bowl and whisk until smooth. 90131 90003 90002 Contributor: Matt Errey creator of Word Up 90003 Cooking Vocabulary Quiz EnglishClub: Learn English: Vocabulary: Topic Vocabulary: Food: Cooking Vocabulary .

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