Convert 2 TBSP or Tablespoons to Grams (Butter and Milk)


Convert 2 TBSP or Tablespoons

Convert 2 TBSP or Tablespoons to Grams

People sometimes finds many difficulties in cooking especially for a newbie. The common one is how to determine the right measurement in a recipe. In a recipe, you can find a lot of measurement like gram, tablespoon, teaspoon, ml, etc.

Different countries use different units of measurement, so recipes can found a little confusing. When you read recipe from Australia, they tend to use milliliters (ml), liters (L), kilograms (kg), grams (g) and measuring cups as tablespoon and teaspoons. However, American recipes often is found written its measurement in volume (eg ounces and pounds). 

This make some people, the newbie mostly, decide to give up cooking. But don’t you worry, this time we have some easy tips to help you convert the measurement. 

Tablespoon to Grams

Firstly, you should know that the conversion depends on the density of the item you are measuring. Grams are a measure of mass and teaspoons measure volume. So one tablespoon will weigh differently depends on its density.

2 Tablespoons Butter in Grams

Butter has a solid consistency and even more if it was refrigerated. So, logically it will weigh more than a tablespoon of sugar. So the question is how many grams of butter are in 2 tablespoons? 1 tablespoon in a butter equal to 14,18 grams. So you just need to multiple the measurement.

2 Tablespoon Milk to Grams

There are some types of milk usually use for cooking. As mentioned above, different density will have a different weigh. So there will be a different measuring between dry milk powder and whole milk.

2 tablespoon of dry milk is equal to 16 grams.

15.5 grams of milk fit into 2 tablespoons.

So that’s all the cooking hacks for converting the measurement. Now no need to hesitate, you will find it easy to try all the recipes you want. I hope you get more information about all the easy cooking recipes that you can make at home. There is a lot more information about it in Cookcan. So, don’t miss it! If you have some questions or want to add additional information please put the comment below.


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