Accurate measurements make for successful recipes. Whether you’re measuring wet or dry ingredients, the proper measuring tool will keep you on track. Measuring flour or sugar? Use a plastic or metal dry measuring cup. Dry measuring cups are often sold in stackable sets. Liquid measuring cups are generally sold individually. They will often feature metric and imperial measurement markers. Glass or plastic measuring cups make it easy to measure water, milk, oil and other liquids with accuracy.
Look for measuring devices with clear, easy-to-read markings. This will help you quickly and accurately gauge your quantities. Need to microwave an ingredient? A glass measuring cup will get the job done without absorbing stains or odours. Does your recipe call for small amounts of many ingredients? Grab a set of nesting measuring spoons instead of fumbling for individual ones. With the right measuring devices, you're one step closer to cooking and baking perfection.