Have you ever thought of this when measuring your dry ingredients? Or do you think it’s all the same?

I tell you.. it’s quite different. Read 👇 .

If your recipe calls for “X cups sifted flour,” that means that you should sift a bunch of flour (more than called for), then measure out the amount needed in the recipe. .

If the recipe says, “X cups flour, sifted,” then measure out the required amount of flour, sift it, and use that same amount. .

Therefore if your recipe calls for “3 cups of sifted flour,” that means that you should sift a bunch of flour more than 3 cups, then measure out the 3 cups needed in the recipe. .

If the recipe says, “3 cups of flour, sifted,” then measure out 3 cups of flour, sift it, and use it like that. .

You can give the two methods a test run in your house. Weigh the two out as explained above on a kitchen scale and you will see the difference. .

Trust this was helpful. Henceforth, make sure you look into your recipe very well before you start measuring your ingredients.

Read more on measuring your ingredients here How to measure your ingredients correctly

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