# How many grams and how many milliliters in a tablespoon?

Do you always measure food when preparing food? Many take the right components "by eye", not counting the accuracy of a very important factor. And as a result, a ready dish is often not quite satisfied with its resulting appearance and taste. Maybe you did something wrong? When baking confectionery products or baking meat and fish dishes, you can "sin" on non-compliance with the temperature regime. Many people think that the result depends on the mandatory presence of all the ingredients. But, it turns out, the whole secret of delicious dishes is in properly measured products. From this article you can find out how many milliliters in a tablespoon or tea, and what is the weight of the minimum portions in preparation for work.

Different liquids: how many grams and how many milliliters in a tablespoon and tea

Products having a "fluid" consistency have the property of precisely limiting the volume. After all, you can not type, for example, a teaspoon of vinegar "with top" like sugar or salt. Therefore, almost always the volume of liquids is equal to their weight. This is confirmed by the example of water, which is considered the measurement standard. One cubic meter of this transparent liquid will always weigh one kilogram. Exceptions may be certain vegetable oils, syrups and dairy products, more viscous and dense in their properties. Their weight will be slightly different from the volume.

 Products | Water Milk Vegetable oil Vinegar Syrup Tablespoon Grammov 16 18 17th 16 18 Milliliters 16 16 16 16 16 Tea spoon Grammov 5 6th 5.5 5 6th Milliliters 5 5 5 5 5

Bulk products: how many grams and how many milliliters in a tablespoon and tea

Measuring dry loose products, such as cereals, sugar, salt or herbs, you need to consider one feature. When scooping a tea or a tablespoon, they usually do not try to level the level of the blended mixture horizontally. Therefore, the measurement is always "with a slide." It is this way of recruiting always provided in recipes. How to understand the right volume and weight, if it is indicated that 1 tablespoon is needed to prepare the dish? How many milliliters and grams you scooped can be learned from the table below. It indicates that the volume of bulk products measured by the dining room and a teaspoon is somewhat larger than that of liquids. The addition is given by the same "hill".

 Products | Sugar, ground breadcrumbs Salt, baking soda Flour, cocoa, ground coffee, gelatin, ground nuts, Rice Dry medicinal herb Tablespoon Grammov 25 thirty 15 20 10 Milliliters 20 20 22 20 thirty Tea spoon Grammov 7th 10 8 8 3 Milliliters 7th 7th 8 7th 10

Thick mixtures: how many grams and how many milliliters in a tablespoon and tea

In addition to bulk and liquid products, of course, ingredients such as sour cream, honey or butter are used in the preparation . They can also be scooped up "with a hill", but the density of all mixtures will be similar or slightly higher than that of thick liquids. For these products, a teaspoonful and a tablespoon are also used. How many ml and gram are contained in them are indicated in the table.

 Products | Sour cream Tomato paste Honey Condensed milk Butter Tablespoon Grammov 25 22 28 20 24 Milliliters 18 18 18 17th 18 Tea spoon Grammov 10 10 12 12 10 Milliliters 6th 6th 6th 5 6th

Measurement error

Even accurately measuring all the ingredients of the future dish, you need to understand that spoons can be different in length and width, which means that the weight will also change. Therefore, for large volumes, it is best to use a measuring glass with divisions.