Kitchen Conversion Charts

As my readers are from all over the world and my recipes provide only measurements using the metric system, I have provided these charts which I hope will be helpful.
They will be located on the left hand-side of the website for easy access.

Also “Good to Know Recipes” has this widget that converts cups to grams instantly and I find it very useful.

Weight of common ingredients in grams (g):

Ingredient 1 cup ¾ cup ⅔ cup ½ cup ⅓ cup ¼ cup 2 tbsp
Flour all purpose 120g 90g 80g 60g 40g 30g 15g
Flour (sieved) 110g 80g 70g 55g 35g 27g 13g
Sugar (granulated) 200g 150g 130g 100g 65g 50g 25g
Icing Sugar (powdered) 100g 75g 70g 50g 35g 25g 13g
Brown Sugar 180g 135g 120g 90g 60g 45g 23g
Cornflour (corn starch) 120g 90g 80g 60g 40g 30g 15g
Rice (uncooked) 190g 140g 125g 95g 65g 48g 24g
Pasta (small shape uncooked) 250g 188g 167g 125g 83g 63g
Couscous (uncooked) 180g 135g 120g 90g 60g 45g 22g
Oats (uncooked) 90g 65g 60g 45g 30g 22g 11g
Table Salt 300g 230g 200g 150g 100g 75g 40g
Butter 240g 180g 160g 120g 80g 60g 30g
Nuts (chopped) 150g 110g 100g 75g 50g 40g 20g
Nuts (ground) 120g 90g 80g 60g 40g 30g 15g
Sultanas / Raisins 200g 150g 130g 100g 65g 50g 22g
Breadcrumbs (dry) 150g 110g 100g 75g 50g 40g 20g
Corn Meal (polenta flour) 160g 120g 100g 80g 50g 40g 20g

 

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4 Responses to Kitchen Conversion Charts

  1. Dottie Sauchelli Balin

    Dear Alida,
    A wonderful post on all of these charts. Thank you so much….I always have to figure your measurements out to mine. This will help me so much. I am going to print it out….great idea especially now with the holidays. Thank you for sharing…
    Dottie 🙂

  2. la cucina di Molly

    Grazie per aver postato queste misure, non sapevo proprio regolarmi con la misura della tazza! Ciao e buona giornata!

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