As you may have already guessed, I am based in the UK.
I have found a lot of differences between UK and US ingredients, names, and measurements which may be confusing to my US readers when I post a recipe in metric.
To set this straight, I have created a printable infographic chart/guide highlighting…
- Liquid and volume measurements for teaspoons, tablespoons and cups to fluid millilitres (ml)
- Oven temperature conversion from gas marks to Celsius (°C) and Fahrenheit (°F)
- Specific ingredients from grams (g) to cups:
- sugar– white granulated, 脚轮 (superfine), brown and icing (powdered/confectioners’) sugar,
- flour–plain (all-purpose) and self-raising (self-rising),
- raisins, sultanas and currants,
- And the common UK-US name differences for ingredients and tools.
UK-US Conversion Chart Printable
注意: If using on your own site, please give attribution.
Looking for conversion charts on the following?
- Oven temperature guide (°C to °F and Gas Marks),
- Cake tin batter sizes– round/square,
- Solids, Liquids, Grams (g), and Ounces (oz) conversion,
- Marzipan (almond paste), rolled fondant/sugarpaste size rolling guide,
- Cake baking tin size to temperature and baking time chart,
- Upscaling and downscaling cake recipe/batter quantities.
All of the above is covered on my other 转换指南.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to drop me an 电子邮件.