If you look at a cookbook, then very often in the recipes the amount of salt required for cooking is indicated in grams. But how to measure 100 grams of salt, if you have only a spoon or a glass at hand? Read on and find out, because today's conversation will be devoted exactly to the answer to this question.
In a tablespoon filled with salt with a hill, fits 30 grams. Thus, in order to put in the dish exactly 100 grams of salt, as required by the recipe, you will need to scoop out of the salt shaker 3 times with a little.
The net weight of a spoonful of salt filled a tablespoon is 25 grams. Thus, the required amount of salt will fit in 4 tablespoons.
You can measure 100 grams of salt with a teaspoon, but this process will take time and concentration. Agree, picking up 10 spoons (namely, it will take so much to measure 100 grams, since a teaspoon filled with a hill contains 10 grams of salt), it is extremely important not to lose count. Well, if you fill a spoon without a slide, you will have to count 15 times, because the weight of this volume is only 7 grams.
Often in order to measure hundreds of grams of salt, hostesses use a dessert spoon. It is very easy to get the right amount of spice, filling a spoon with a top - five such spoons will weigh 100 grams (20 grams of salt can be placed in one dessert spoon). In a dessert spoon filled without a slide, 14 grams of spice can fit. With the help of simple mathematical calculations it becomes clear that the required portion of salt is 7 dessert spoons.
If you think that measuring off 100 grams of salt with spoons, especially tea ones, is a long and tedious task, then you will like the method of measuring the required amount of spice with a cut glass. Despite the fact that this dish comes from the USSR, even in modern kitchens, it is quite common.
The net weight of a glass filled to the top is 320 grams, and the risks are 290 grams. Obviously, it is more convenient to make a start from the last value. Visually divide the volume of the glass up to the risks into three equal parts, 1/3 part and will weigh 100 grams, i.e. just as much as is required to prepare the dish, the recipe of which you found in the culinary book.
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