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Cooking Amounts & Tools
Name
Description
Picture
Tin
About 500gms
Tablespoon
Large Cutlery Spoon
Teaspoon
Smallest Cutlery Spoon
Cup
250 ml
Pinch
½ teaspoon. A small amount grabbed by
two finger tips
e.g. salt for flavour
Colander
A bowl-shaped kitchen utensil with holes
in it used for draining food such as pasta
or rice
Mortar and
Pestle
The mortar is a bowl, typically made of
hard wood, ceramic or stone. The pestle
is a heavy club-shaped object; the end
is used for crushing and grinding. The
substance to be ground is placed in the
mortar and ground, crushed or mixed
with the pestle
Wok
A metal pan with a rounded bottom,
used especially for frying and steaming
in Asian cooking
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