How many ml in tea, tablespoons and a faceted glass: a table of measures of volume for liquid and dry products

on 11.11.2017

Who of the housewives, "conjuring" in the kitchen, did not encounter the problem of measuring out certain grams or milliliters? Indeed, in most recipes, the proportions are given precisely in them. In order to help our readers solve the dilemma of proportions in milliliters, we dedicated the article to finding outhow much of which is placed in a teaspoon and a tablespoon, a glass.

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Basic kitchen measurements

1Not every housewife can boast the presence of electronic scales in the kitchen, but everything can measure the necessary proportion, the main thing is to use the basic kitchen “measures” and know how much they fit.Major in measuring proportionare considered:

  • tea spoon;
  • tablespoon;
  • glass.

Below we analyze how much and what is placed in these items.

How many milliliters in one teaspoon?

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It is believed thatone teaspoon of 5 ml.This is true, but it all depends on the consistency of the liquid, which is poured into a teaspoon, because the volume of water and condensed milk in the same spoon will be different.

In order to get 5 ml in a teaspoon, you need to follow the following rules:

  • 5ml is a scoop of liquid products to the brim (water, tea, vinegar);
  • 5 ml are poured fluids (cough syrup, sunflower oil, honey) poured with a “cap”;
  • 5 ml is a viscous consistency, scooped up with a slide (thick sour cream, tomato paste).

How many milliliters in one tablespoon?

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Standard tablespoon - 15 ml.But a tablespoon, like a teaspoon, does not maintain the standard by 100% due to the difference in consistency of the liquid, which can be:

  • true (water, wine), in 1 tbsp - 18 ml;
  • dense (syrup, cream), in 1 tbsp - 15 ml;
  • thick (boiled condensed milk, sour cream), in 1 tablespoon with a slide - 22 ml.

Also it is necessary to take into account the fact that tablespoons are of different types. Therefore, before measuring products with a tablespoon, you need to measure it.

And you can make it easy. Surely every house has a measuring spoon of medicines, cough syrups, a volume of 5 ml. To fill a tablespoon with it and calculate how much your tablespoon has in milliliters.In the absence of such a measure will help solve the problem of measuring an ordinary syringe.

How many milliliters in one faceted glass?

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If before faceted glass was the standard, today it is quite difficult to find such a “Soviet yardstick”. Modern manufacturers "save" and produce faceted glasses with a volume of 200 ml, while the standard "Soviet granchak" has 250 ml.

If everything is clear with liquid ingredients, then it is definitely not so easy to measure with bulk (grains, flour, granulated sugar) with a glass. Below we will look at how different products are measured by such a measure as a faceted glass.


The ratio of volumes in the table: how many teaspoons in a tablespoon and a glass

Measures of proportion Tea spoon Tablespoon Faceted glass
Tea spoon 1 1/3 X
Tablespoon 2-3 1 X
Faceted glass 40 13 1

 

We offer an interesting table of measurements in the pictures for the glass.
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Video: how many milliliters in a spoon

How many ml of liquid in tea, tablespoons and faceted glass?

It is quite simple to calculate the mass of a liquid, since there is a physical law, according to which the mass of water equals its volume. Therefore, it turns out that:

Measurements to measure Milliliters Grams
Teaspoon 5 5
Tablespoon 15 15
The glass is ordinary 200 200
Glass Faceted 250 250

By following this law, you can measure all true fluids, which include:vinegar, wine, compote, tea.

And to measure the required amount of liquid glass in milliliters and liters, you can use the following table.

Fluid volume How many glasses with a volume of 200 ml How many glasses of 250 ml
200 ml 1 st 1 article "to the belt"
500 ml 2.5 st 2 st
1 l 5 st 4 st
1.2 l 6 st 4 tablespoons + 1 tablespoons
2 l 10 st 8 st
2.5 l 12.5 st 10 st

 


How many ml of honey, sour cream and other viscous liquids in a tea, tablespoon and faceted glass?

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If every housewife can deal with true liquids, then what about viscous products, where mass and volume are far from the standard of spoons and glasses? Very often, sour cream, honey, tomato paste or condensed milk are used in the preparation of desserts, sauces, salad dressings, pickles. And in order to measure them correctly, you need to know how many grams in a certain measure (glass, spoon). The table below will help to calculate the desired proportion.

The product's name gram in 1 hl gram to 1 tbsp grams per article (200 ml) gram in st (250 ml)
Thick sour cream 9 25 210 260
Medium cream 7 18 190 240
Honey 12 35 260 320
Tomato (pasta) 10 30
Sauces, mayonnaise 8 22 250 290
Soy sauce 7 21 230 260
Dairy products (kefir, yogurt) 6 18 240 280

 


How many ml of oil in tea, tablespoons and faceted glass?

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Today the market offers a huge selection of oils.The hostess can purchase mustard, and flax, and olive, etc. But it is worth remembering that each of them has its own density, so in the same measure different oil differs in volume in ml.

Type of oil ml in 1 hl ml in 1 tbsp
Sunflower 6-7 20
Olive 6 19
Sesame 8 25
Flaxseed 5 15
Creamy (melted) 6 18

 

How much flour in tea, tablespoons and faceted glass?

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Since in most recipes for baking flour is indicated in grams, the hostess just needs to know how much of this product is in a glass, a teaspoon and a tablespoon. For convenience, we present a table by which each housewife will be able to measure flour correctly.

Gram flour Tea spoon Tablespoon Glass (250 ml)
5 g 1
15 g 2 1 incomplete
30 g 3 with a small slide 2 incomplete or 1 with a slide
50 g 5 with a slide 2 full
100 g 10 with a slide 4 full or 3 with a slide 1/3
120g 12 with a slide 4 with a slide slightly more than 1/3
150 g 5 with a slide 2/3
180 g 6 with a big slide on a belt
200 g 7 with a slide full glass

 


How much salt, sugar and other bulk in a teaspoon, tablespoons and a faceted glass?

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Salt is an ingredient without which no dish can do, because it is more often used in cooking than other bulk products. Sugar is no less popular.Although both of these products have the same appearance, their volume and weight are different. Consider how many grams of bulk is placed in a glass, tea and tablespoons.

The product's name g in 1 tsp g in 1 tablespoon g in a glass (200 ml) g in a glass (250 ml)
Coarse salt 10 30 280 360
Salt top class 7 25 320 400
Granulated sugar 7 25 160 200
Powdered sugar 8 24 140 190
Yeast (dry type) 4 12
Baking soda 12 28 160 200
Citric acid granules 7 20 250 300
Starch 10 30 130 160
Poppy 5 15 125 155
Cocoa 5 15
Pepper:
- the black
- fragrant
- red
5,5
4,5
1,5

 

It should be borne in mind that the fine salt "Extra-Class" is much easier than a large cook. The same applies to sugar and powdered sugar.


How many cereals in tea, tablespoons and faceted glass?

If you want to get a tasty crumbly porridge, you need to respect the ratio of croup: water.
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The easiest way to take a glass and measure the necessary proportion, but it happens that the recipe provides for the measurement of cereals in grams. How to do it? Will help the table below.

Groats g in 1 tsp g in 1 tablespoon g in a glass (200 ml) g in a glass (250 ml)
Semolina 10 25 160 200
Millet 8 23 180 220
Buckwheat 7 22 170 210
Pic 10 30 180 240
Pearl barley 8 25 180 230
Barley 7 20 145 180
Oat flakes 6 12 170 190

 


Table of measures in milliliters and grams: video

Summing up, it should be noted that if you are not the owner of kitchen scales, then you just need to know how to weigh or measure with the help of spoons and glasses.The auxiliary tables given above will help you to decide without unnecessary trouble with the necessary weight and volume given in the recipe.Use the measuring tables in the kitchen and cook cooking recipes easily.

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