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How large is your measuring cup (cup)?

Dear fellow bakers and moderators! How big is your measuring cup (cup)?

I invite everyone in this topic to answer the question "How big is the measuring cup (cup) in your bread machine?"
Quite often in recipes, the authors do not indicate the size of the measuring cup, which makes it difficult to correctly translate the ingredients from measuring cups into grams and milliliters, and this causes frequent questions from our bakers, especially beginners. There is no such information in the user profile.

Therefore, I appeal to everyone with a request:

How big is your measuring cup (cup)? Just indicate the model of your bread machine and the volume of the measuring cup (cup), I will collect all the information and make a reference table for general use.
Go...How big is your measuring cup (cup)?

RESULTS:

Xitachi HB-E303 at the last mark 240 ml., Full under the knife 250 ml.

Lg HB-2001BY at the last mark 230 ml., Full under the knife 240 ml.
Lg HB-155CJ at the last mark 230 ml., Full under the knife 240 ml.
Lg HB1001-CJ last mark 230 ml, full under knife 240 ml.

Panasonic SD-253 on the last mark 200 ml., full under the knife 250 ml.
Panasonik SD-2501 at the last mark 300 ml., Full under the knife 350 ml.
Panasonik SD-2502 at the last mark 300 ml., Full under the knife 350 ml.

Brand 3801 at the last mark 300 ml., Full under the knife 350 ml.

Delonghi 125S at the last mark 240 ml., Full under the knife 250 ml.

Scarlet 400 at the last mark 200 ml., Full under the knife 240 ml.
Scarlett SC-401 300/380

Vinaton 2169 240 ml.

Kenwood BM-210 at the last mark 200 ml., Full under the knife 235 ml.

Moulinex 2000 at the last mark 300 ml., Full under the knife 360 ​​ml.
Moulinex 600230 at the last mark 300 ml, full under the knife 360 ​​ml.
Moulinex 500431 at the last mark 300 ml., full under the knife 360 ​​ml.
Moulinex 600230 at the last mark 300 ml., full under the knife 360 ​​ml.
Moulinex OW600230 measuring cup 500 ml, under the knife 550

Bork BM500 at the last mark 200 ml., Full under the knife 240 ml.

Supra 240 at the last mark 300 ml, full under the knife 380 ml

Tefal - at the last mark 300 ml, full under the knife 360 ​​ml.

Rolsen RBM-1320 at the last mark 200 ml. full under the knife 240 ml.

Mystery 1202 on the last label 300ml. full under the knife 380.

Delfa DB-104708 marked up to 300ml. - fits "under the knife" 350ml

DAEWOO DI-3207S marked 260 ml. to the brim, in the end 240 ml.

PHILIPS HD 9020 glass 300 ml. "under the knife" 370 ml.

Ariete 130 - the last mark is 200 ml, "under the knife" - 230 ml

"Maxwell" MW-3751W 200|240.
The amount of wheat and rye flour in measuring cups (at the last mark / under the knife)

Measuring glass (cup) volume 230/240 ml. contains:
- wheat flour 138/144 grams
- rye flour 120/125 grams

Measuring glass (cup) volume 240/250 ml. contains:
- wheat flour 144/150 grams
- rye flour 124/130 grams
Measuring glass (cup) volume 300/350 ml. contains:
- wheat flour 180/210 grams
- rye flour 156/182 grams
Measuring glass (cup) volume 300/380 ml. contains:
- wheat flour 180/230 grams
- rye flour 156/198 grams
lisa567
Bread maker Midea AHS15BC last label 200ml. and 8 OZ. Tell me the total volume will be 240 ml.?
Admin
Quote: lisa567

Bread maker Midea AHS15BC last label 200ml. and 8 OZ. Tell me the total volume will be 240 ml.?

I can't see your glass Try to check the volume yourself with a regular glass, another measuring glass.
We need milliliters, other indicators are not suitable, such as OZ and others
lisa567
In the instructions I found such a mark 1 cup - 250ml. Is it under the knife? and the last mark is 200 ml.
Admin
Quote: lisa567

In the instructions I found such a mark 1 cup - 250ml. Is it under the knife? and the last mark is 200 ml.

Yes, under the knife. This is a standard 250 ml cup.
Florichka
Kenwood 450
volume of a measuring cup - 450, under a knife - 550
Newbie
Midea AHS15BC - a measuring cup for a knife - 146-148 g (I have a scale of 2 g) wheat flour, premium, the last label is 200 ml

Is it possible to arrange the stoves alphabetically - it's easier to search
Vorozhey
Please tell me the amount of flour indicated, is it sifted flour or not?
Admin
Quote: Vorozhey

Please tell me the amount of flour indicated, is it sifted flour or not?

This is the amount of flour required to bake bread!
First, you need to measure (weigh) the required amount of flour, and only then sift it into a bowl or into a bucket / oven.
Why do this, read here https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=35.0
galu
Admin I have a recipe for a mixture like this 1 cup of water or milk, 2.4 cups of a mixture of flour, and 1 cup-230 ml, how to calculate in grams, please help.
Admin
I answered you already in a personal.

Quote: Admin

All answers are here:
CONTENTS OF THE SECTION "BASICS OF KNEADING AND BAKING"
Number of main ingredients in one measuring cup and measuring spoons
The amount of flour and other ingredients for making bread of various sizes

Assume that in a 230 ml cup. contains about 135-140 grams of wheat (or mixture) flour.
The quality of the batch is regulated by the balance of flour-liquid.
Help topic UNDERSTANDING BREAD IN HOMEMADE BREAD
riraro
hello, I have a Bork x500 bread maker and the measuring cup is lost, the volume of this glass is not indicated in the recipe book, please help me restore the information
Admin

Bork BM500 last mark 200 ml, full under knife 240 ml.

If there is no glass (cup), buy in the household. store a regular measuring cup with graduations, a volume of 250 ml. and use it calmly. This volume is quite enough for a x / stove.

Take recipes from the forum.
Help section CONTENTS OF THE SECTION "BASICS OF KNEADING AND BAKING"
riraro

Bork BM500
thanks, but I have a different bread maker: bork x500 and the recipe book contains ingredients for 750 g or 900 g loaves, i.e. 3 measuring cups or 4 measuring cups, so how to figure out how much it is in grams if there is no measuring cup?
Admin
As a rule, one model x / stove has the same cups in volume.

Then let's go by:
- for bread weighing 900 grams, you need about 600 grams of flour.
- this is according to the recipe book 4 cups of wheat flour
- one cup includes (600: 4 = 150)
- one cup of flour contains 150 grams of flour - this means a cup of about 200/250 ml.

This is what I gave you "Bork BM500 at the last mark 200 ml., Full under the knife 240 ml."

Use the recipes from the forum, they are all tested, and you can always ask for comment and help. The amount of flour and other ingredients for making bread of various sizes

And carefully read the contents of the section "CONTENTS OF THE SECTION" BASES OF KNOCKING AND BAKING "" link above - all questions and answers are there

riraro
thanks, I'll try
Nadya_K
Maxwell MW-3752W 200 | 240 ml
Skyfox
Dear bakers, does anyone have a Panasonic SD200 HP? This is very good. old model. By the way, the measuring cup is lost. And the recipes are almost all types: 3 and 1/8; 7/16 ... etc. Please measure the weight of flour (wheat, wheat flour, rye) in a cup 'under the knife'. I would be terribly, terribly grateful !!!
Admin

Buy a regular measuring cup (mug) from a household store and use a scale of up to 250 ml. then this table will suit you The amount of flour and other ingredients for making bread of various sizes

Help section CONTENTS OF THE SECTION "BASICS OF KNEADING AND BAKING" will be very helpful when kneading dough in a x / oven and baking bread
Lui
Bread maker Redmond RBM -1911 glass 200/250
BOSCH
Bread maker DB-1139X liquid to the brim - 250 ml, wheat flour under the knife - 156 grams
How big is your measuring cup (cup)?
I weighed a measure for a tablespoon and a teaspoon on a pharmaceutical scale - it turns out about 15 and 5 g (in both cases, a little less)
Admin
This is exactly what I wrote to you in your topic:
glass 250 ml. full - flour will be 150 grams (I advise you to put this value in the recipe, since it is correctly calculated and tested on bread recipes)

Here is another table for cups and spoons The amount of flour and other ingredients for making bread of various sizes
Black
vitek-st 1991 lost a measuring cup in the instructions I will not find its volume help
Admin

Marina, buy a glass with measuring marks in 10 ml increments from a household store. and use it.
With this glass, you can take recipes from the forum and not only, they are mainly designed for a glass-cup volume of 250 ml.
lopyshok
girls, the "clever" bread maker inherited 580 watts comfort, naturally without a measuring cup, the instructions say
450 gr:
Water -140 ml,
salt -1/3 measuring spoon,
sugar-1 2/3 large spoon,
oil -1 2/3 large spoon,
white flour - 2 measuring cups,
milk powder - 1 2/3 large spoons,
additive (?) - 1/3 small spoon,
dry yeast -1 small spoon.
I figured out with the spoons, but the measuring glass is embarrassing ... Devchuli, tell me how much flour to put? The cup is small.
Ninelle
Quote: lopyshok

girls, the "clever" bread maker inherited 580 watts comfort, naturally without a measuring cup, the instructions say
450 gr:
Water -140 ml,
salt -1/3 measuring spoon,
sugar-1 2/3 large spoon,
oil -1 2/3 large spoon,
white flour - 2 measuring cups,
milk powder - 1 2/3 large spoons,
additive (?) - 1/3 small spoon,
dry yeast -1 small spoon.
I figured out with the spoons, but the measuring glass is embarrassing ... Devchuli, tell me how much flour to put? The cup is small.
buy a scale, a regular measuring cup and use the recipes from this site, or find owners of HP similar to yours, they will explain.
Is there no information on the Internet? You can try to call the manufacturer.
Admin
The easiest way to get started is to measure the volume of your cup. Pour water and pour into a measuring cup.

how much flour to put?

Here is just a big question about the recipe and for flour and water... Quantity discrepancy.

I recommend using the reference material on the forum:
The amount of flour and other ingredients for making bread of various sizes
Number of main ingredients in one measuring cup and measuring spoons

CONTENTS OF THE SECTION "BASICS OF KNEADING AND BAKING"
Ninelle
Admin, Tanya, as I say, it's easier to use recipes a million times over. Since many HP recipes are very strange.
lopyshok
Quote: Ninelle

buy a scale, a regular measuring cup and use the recipes from this site, or find owners of HP similar to yours, they will explain.
Is there no information on the Internet? You can try to call the manufacturer.
the scales are ... the question is: how much to weigh in grams ...
the Internet does not know such a bread machine ... there is no advice on it ...




Quote: Ninelle

Admin, Tanya, as I say, it's easier to use recipes a million times over. Since many HP recipes are very strange.

Ninelle, honey ... point your finger to the kettle ... please ... that's what I need ...
Ksyushk @ -Plushk @
Quote: lopyshok

girls, the "clever" bread maker inherited 580 watts comfort, naturally without a measuring cup, the instructions say
450 gr:
Water -140 ml,
salt -1/3 measuring spoon,
sugar-1 2/3 large spoon,
oil -1 2/3 large spoon,
white flour - 2 measuring cups,
milk powder - 1 2/3 large spoons,
additive (?) - 1/3 small spoon,
dry yeast -1 small spoon.
I figured out with the spoons, but the measuring glass is embarrassing ... Devchuli, tell me how much flour to put? The cup is small.
Judging by this recipe, no more than 240 ml cup.
For 140 ml of water, you need 230-260 g of flour.
Ninelle
lopyshok, any recipe from this forum. First, follow the links that Tanya gave above.
lopyshok
Quote: Ksyushk @ -Plushk @

Judging by this recipe, no more than 240 ml cup.
For 140 ml of water, you need 230-260 g of flour.
Ksenia, thank you very much !!!!!!!!!!
Girls, thanks a lot !!!!!!!!!
Ninelle
Ksenia, quite right, but it is better to read the relevant sections and begin to understand yourself.
Accomplishment
lopyshok,
1.If you have a balance, you can very accurate determine the volume of any (!) vessel.
Weigh the water in a bowl. The mass of water in grams is equal to the volume of the container in ml. only for water !!!
2. Weigh the flour in the amount of 2 of your measuring cups - get the prescribed mass of the recipe. Logically, it should be around 240 g. Get about 450 g of dough.
3. Be sure to read thisso that the first pancake the bread did not come out lumpy! Newbies are lucky, so the recipe's flour / water ratio may accidentally match your flour perfectly. But you may not be lucky! Better to be ready.
Good luck!




Ksyushk @ -Plushk @,
Ksyushk @ -Plushk @
Quote: Ninelle

it is better to read the relevant sections and begin to understand yourself.
Everything is correct. But sometimes a beginner just needs to answer "how much to hang in grams", and only then send it to the links.
Accomplishment
Ksenia, again
The brain must be ready to receive information. The bread maker as a device was created for this purpose, so as not to delve too deeply!
lopyshok
Quote: Completion

lopyshok,
1.If you have a balance, you can very accurate determine the volume of any (!) vessel.
Weigh the water in a bowl. The mass of water in grams is equal to the volume of the container in ml. only for water !!!
2. Weigh the flour in the amount of 2 of your measuring cups - get the prescribed mass of the recipe. Logically, it should be around 240 g. Get about 450 g of dough.
3. Be sure to read thisso that the first pancake the bread did not come out lumpy! Newbies are lucky, so the recipe's flour / water ratio will randomly match your flour. But you may not be lucky! Better to be ready.
Good luck!




Ksyushk @ -Plushk @,
Thank you so much! The measuring cup is lost ... I am an experienced user of a Panasonic bread machine, but I need to test this legacy
The concept of a kolobok is ...
And here Ksenia is absolutely right
I love this forum dearly and for a long time
Accomplishment
Ah, well, then Ninel is more to the right!
Good luck to you!
Kara
Quote: Completion
in the presence of scales, you can very accurately determine the volume of any (!) vessel.
Elena, a person does not have this vessel, and in the recipes for HP, the measurement is given just by the vessel that does not exist
Accomplishment
Quote: Kara

this vessel is not
Irin, it was somehow written there that neither I nor Tatiana-Admin did not understand that she was not. In the current version of the post asking, yes, I see!
But for the sake of simplicity, Xenia and I gave the amount of flour in grams, independently of each other.
Kara
Aaaa, it is clear. Finally, the producers are certainly surprising. In my opinion, it is extremely unprofessional to print recipes in the format "half a spoon of one, a glass of that, etc." Elementary, someone has a glass of flour - faceted under the knife, and someone has 300 grams with a mountain so decent. They would write everything at once in grams, so the scales, that is, in every house where the bread machine lives
Ninelle
Quote: Kara

Aaaa, it is clear. Finally, the producers are certainly surprising. In my opinion, it is extremely unprofessional to print recipes in the format "half a spoon of one, a glass of that, etc." Elementary, someone has a glass of flour - faceted under the knife, and someone has 300 grams with a mountain so decent. They would write everything at once in grams, so the scales, that is, in every house where the bread machine lives

And the recipes are often written in the instructions in such a way that you live ...
Admin

For those who doubt and argue "a glass or a scale" I always recommend looking at this bread recipe
Well, just a scientific and educational bread recipe, super!


Moulinex OW-500230. White bread "By eye". (Morozik)

How big is your measuring cup (cup)?
Accomplishment
Tan, thanks for the link!
The story is very pleasant, thanks to the author for the mood!
The main thing here, as I understand it, is to know that information exists, and to know where to look for it!
Admin
Quote: Completion
The main thing here, as I understand it, is to know that information exists and to know where to look for it.

Everything is correct!
Search here CONTENTS OF THE SECTION "BASICS OF KNEADING AND BAKING"
Accomplishment
I can’t resist and add:
"... and be able to use it!"

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