Measuring Dry Ingredients vs Liquids

Just some tips on measuring ingredients, for your reference:

Measurements system of dry and liquid ingredients are slightly different. It’s more difficult to gauge dry ingredients as compared to liquids. Even dry ingredients itself, the exact unit might be varied from ingredient to ingredient. For example: 1 cup of water equals to 250ml, but it’s 210 grams of caster sugar, 200 grams of coarse sugar, and 11 gram of icing sugar. More

Metric vs Imperial Measurements

Measurements differ from country to country. I used most common units for Asia (Singapore) which might not be so familiar for some western countries. Even though minor variations in measurements won’t affect your cooking, but it’s good if the recipe you like comes with measurements you are familiar with.

As a resident in Singapore, we use metric more than imperial measurement. I had a reader, Ms. Pauline Pogue aka Cheena Bukit, requested me to use imperial measurements for the benefit of US readers. I would very much like to do so, but to flow my measuring of ingredients using imperial units might be a challenge to me. What I did for imperial measurement readers here is, to have a unit converter added in my blog, you may always convert my metric measurement using the converter next to my posts. Alternately, check the conversion of units from metric to imperial listed as below, just for your reference: More