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How to Know the Quantities in Spoons in grams

Updated: Mar 5

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  • Many housewives do not know the exact amount in grams when indicated on the recipes, so here is a table that will make it easier for everyone to do so.

1 Tablespoon flat

  • crystal sugar = 15 g

  • bite = 12 g

  • flour = 10 g

  • police = 16 g

  • starch = 10 g

  • powdered sugar = 10 g

  • ground coffee = 6 g

  • cocoa = 6 g

  • milk powder = 8 g

  • baking powder = 10 g

  • salts = 15 g

  • gelatin powder = 10 g

  • tea = 6 g

  • Honey = 20 g

  • water, oil, milk = 15 ml

1 teaspoon (or teaspoon) flat


  • crystal of sugar = 5 g

  • bite = 3 g

  • flour = 3 g

  • police = 5 g

  • starch = 2 g

  • powdered sugar = 3 g

  • ground coffee = 3 g

  • cocoa = 2 g

  • milk powder = 2 g

  • baking powder = 3 g

  • salts = 5 g

  • gelatin powder = 3 g

  • tea = 2 g

  • Honey = 6 g

  • oil = 8 ml

  • water, milk, sour cream = 5 g


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