Cooking Measurements Conversions

1 Comment | November 17, 2012

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Here are some essential cooking measurements conversions in chart form.

Most of the recipes on the site are listed using Imperial measures, that is, cups, teaspoons, tablespoons, ounces and pounds.

Cooking conversions are provided here for oven temperatures, volume and weight cooking measurement conversions and measurement conversions (inches to centimeters).

You will find that these cooking conversions will come in very handy as you find recipes from all parts of the world.

Cooking Substitutions: You’ll find our extensive list of ingredient substitutions here.

Cooking Conversions Charts

 

Volume Conversions

 

Imperial

Metric

1/4 teaspoon (tsp)1.25 ml (mililiter)
1/2 tsp2.5 ml
1 tsp5 ml
1 tablespoon (tbsp)15 ml
1/4 cup60 ml
1/3 cup75 ml
1/2 cup125 ml
2/3 cup150 ml
3/4 cup175 ml
1 cup250 ml
1 1/8 cups275 ml
1 1/4 cups300 ml
1 1/2 cups350 ml
1 2/3 cups400 ml
1 3/4 cups450 ml
2 cups500 ml
2 1/2 cups600 ml
3 cups750 ml
3 2/3 cups900 ml
4 cups1 liter

 

 

Oven Heat Conversions

Fahrenheit

Celsius

Oven Heat

225º110ºvery cool
250º120ºvery cool
275º140ºcool
300º150ºcool
325º160ºmoderate
350º180ºmoderate
375º190ºmoderately hot
400º200ºmoderately hot
425º220ºhot
450º230ºvery hot

 

 

Weights Measurements

Imperial

Metric

Imperial

Metric

1/2 ounce (oz)15 g (grams)1/4 in (inch)5 mm (milimeter)
1 oz25 g1/2 in1 cm (centimeter)
2 oz50 g1 in2.5 cm
3 oz75 g2 in5 cm
4 oz100 g3 in7 cm
6 oz175 g4 in10 cm
7 oz200 g5 in12 cm
8 oz250 g6 in15 cm
9 oz275 g7 in18 cm
10 oz300 g8 in20 cm
12 oz350 g9 in23 cm
1 lb (pound)450 g10 in25 cm
1 1/2750 g11 in28 cm
2 lb1 kg (kilogram)12 in (1 foot)30 cm



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  1. posted by rac7431 on

    Recipe for upgrading 15.25 oz. cakes mixes to 18.25 oz. cake mixes. I got this from the lady who writes the food column for the Sun Sentinel newspaper in Ft. Lauderdale.

    1 and 1/2 cups flour, 1 cup sugar, 2 tsp. baking powder, 1/4 tsp. baking soda. Mix well and store in jar or other container. To upsize a white cake add 6 TBS, to the mix and follow directions on the box. DO NOT alter any other ingredients. To make a chocolate cake upgrade SUBSTITUTE the 6 TBS. of the white mix with 6 TBS. of unsweetened cocoa powder. Again, DO NOT change any other ingredients.

    I have used this three of four times and it does the job.

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