M is for Measuring Up

by Tefal Team on 20 January 2017
  • How are you at following a recipe? Do you measure everything precisely down to the last gram? Or are you the type to wing it and go by taste alone?

    Either way, you’ll be glad for the next edition of our Tefalphabet cooking tips – M is for Measuring Up.

    We’ve all had times in the kitchen where we’ve mixed up tsp and tbsp, lost our measuring cups or are not quite confident on how to convert liquids into grams. For some dishes it is fine to estimate quantities but for those other times, specifically baking, you need to be precise.

    So when it comes to baking your next culinary masterpieces in the kitchen, how will you measure up? Get clued up with our tips below and you’ll surely tip the scales in your favour.

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