US Cups Conversion Table

Monday, May 3, 2010

Don't use weighted measurements? Easily convert any recipe on Anyonita Nibbles to cup measurement!

US Cups Conversion Table

I write most of my recipes in metric form and use scales to weigh out ingredients, especially with baking, because it is far more accurate. But if you would rather use cups, the chart below will help you convert any non-liquid ingredient into US cups. Feel free to print this page & pin it up in your kitchen.

A US cup is 240ml. Australian, Canadian and South African cups are 250ml. Just use the same cup for measuring all of your ingredients and the proportions will work out.

Ingredient 1 cup 3/4 cup 2/3 cup 1/2 cup 1/3 cup 1/4 cup 2 tbsps
Breadcrumbs (Dry) 150g 110g 100g 75g 50g 40g 20g
Breadcrumbs (Fresh) 60g 45g 40g 30g 20g 15g 10g
Brown Sugar 180g 135g 120g 90g 60g 45g 23g
Butter 240g 180g 160g 120g 80g 60g 30g
Cornflour (Cornstarch) 120g 90g 80g 60g 40g 30g 15g
Couscous (Uncooked) 180g 135g 120g 90g 60g 45g 22g
Flour 120g 90g 80g 60g 40g 30g 15g
Flour (Sieved) 110g 80g 70g 55g 35g 27g 13g
Icing Sugar (Confectioner's) 100g 75g 70g 50g 35g 25g 13g
Nuts (Chopped) 150g 110g 100g 75g 50g 40g 20g
Nuts (Ground) 120g 90g 80g 60g 40g 30g 15g
Oats (Uncooked) 90g 65g 60g 45g 30g 22g 11g
Rice (Uncooked) 190g 140g 125g 95g 65g 48g 24g
Sea Salt (Fine Ground) 300g 230g 200g 150g 100g 75g 40g
Sugar (Granulated) 200g 150g 130g 100g 65g 50g 25g
Sultanas (Raisins) 200g 150g 130g 100g 65g 50g 22g
Vegetable Shortening 190g 140g 125g 95g 65g 48g 24g

Wait! Don't forget to this Celsius, Fahrenheit and Gas Mark oven conversion chart.

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