recipe equivalents: UK/metric/US

enjoying!

enjoying!

My apologies for posting recipes without this information!

I most sincerely hope will make it easier for everyone anywhere to adapt any recipe to their measurements.

Also, I don’t remember where I got this info, so apologies again to whomever compiled it the first time.

  • 1 oz. flour = 25g = ¼ cup
  • 4 oz. flour = 125g = 1 cup
  • 8 oz. flour = 250g = 2 cups
  • 2 oz. breadcrumbs (fresh) = 60g = 1 cup
  • 4 oz. breadcrumbs (dry) = 125g = 1 cup
  • 4 oz. oatmeal = 125g = 1 cup (scant)
  • 5 oz. currants = 150g = 1 cup
  • 4 oz. shredded suet = 125g = 1 cup (scant)
  • 4 oz. butter and other fats, including cheese = 125g = 1 stick
  • 8 oz. butter and other fats, including grated cheese = 250g = 1 cup
  • 7 oz. caster/granulated sugar = 200g = 1 cup
  • 8 oz. caster/granulated sugar = 250g = 1 ¼ cups
  • 8 oz. meat (chopped/minced/ground) = 250g = 1 cup
  • 8 oz. cooked, mashed potatoes = 250g = 1 cup
  • 1 oz. = 1 rounded Tbsp
  • 1 Tbsp of liquid = 3 t.
  • 1 t. liquid = 5ml
  • 1 British t. is the same as an US t.
  • 1 British Tbsp liquid = 17.7ml
  • 1 US Tbsp liquid =14.2ml
  • 8 Tbsps = 4 fluid oz. = 125ml = ½ cup
  • 8 fluid oz. = 250ml = 1 cup (½ a US pint)
  • ½ pint/10 fluid oz. = 300ml = 1¼ cups (scant)
  • ¾ of a pint/15 fluid oz. = 450 ml =2 cups (scant) or 1 US pint
  • 1 British pint/20 fluid oz. = 600ml = 2 ½ cups
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