Solid Measure Equivalents
Tips for Measuring Ingredients
Liquids — use a clear, standard liquid measuring cup with pouring spout; place cup on level surface and fill to desired level; read measurement at eye level for accuracy.
Dry ingredients — use standard, individual dry measuring cups; lightly spoon ingredients into cup, and tap slightly (do not pat down); level it off with a straight edge.
Brown sugar & solid fats — use standard, individual dry measuring cups; firmly press ingredient into cup; level it off with a straight edge.
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