What is the best (and cleanest) way to measure sticky liquids when cooking?
Spray the measuring cup/spoon with cooking spray (like Pam) first and the stick stuff comes out. This definitely works with honey, and I think peanut butter too.
I suggest measuring sticky liquids in a pre-heated metal measuring cup, possibly sprayed first with a vegetable, non-stick spray such as PAM. Incidentally, if you put a tablespoon of powdered lecithin in a small juice bottle, add canola oil, and shake before each use, you have your own inexpensive non-stick oil! [For uses of the leftover lecithin powder, do a Google or Bing search. It's good stuff.]
To measure honey or other sticky syrups, oil the measuring cup with cooking oil and rinse under hot water first.
Measure oil first then, in the same cup, measure a sticky substace such as honey or molasses. It will slide right out!
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