Some handy kitchen knowledge
Even if you have all the right measuring tools, a lot of people can have difficulty using the right cooking measurements. Our cheat sheet below shows measuring equivalents for teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, fluid ounces, and more. This page also includes the conversions for metric and U.S. systems of measurement.
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|1 tablespoon (tbsp) =||3 teaspoons (tsp)|
|1/16 cup =||1 tablespoon|
|1/8 cup =||2 tablespoons|
|1/6 cup =||2 tablespoons + 2 teaspoons|
|1/4 cup =||4 tablespoons|
|1/3 cup =||5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon|
|3/8 cup =||6 tablespoons|
|1/2 cup =||8 tablespoons|
|2/3 cup =||10 tablespoons + 2 teaspoons|
|3/4 cup =||12 tablespoons|
|1 cup =||48 teaspoons|
|1 cup =||16 tablespoons|
|8 fluid ounces (fl oz) =||1 cup|
|1 pint (pt) =||2 cups|
|1 quart (qt) =||2 pints|
|4 cups =||1 quart|
|1 gallon (gal) =||4 quarts|
|16 ounces (oz) =||1 pound (lb)|
|1 milliliter (ml) =||1 cubic centimeter (cc)|
|1 inch (in) =||2.54 centimeters (cm)|
Note: US cups are typically used as a kitchen measurement for both liquid ingredients and dry ingredients. Conversely, ounces are a weight measurement while fluid ounces are a volume measurement. To make things more confusing, although most recipes use cups for liquid measurements, most commercial products use fluid ounces.
U.S. to Metric
One important thing to note with these cooking measurement conversions is that they directly translate imperial measurements to their metric counterparts. But, it"s common in recipes using the metric system to use weight measurements for dry ingredients instead of volumetric ones. If you don"t have a kitchen scale handy, you might have to be a bit clever with your measuring cups.
|1/5 teaspoon||1 milliliter||1 oz||28 grams|
|1 teaspoon||5 ml||1 pound||454 grams|
|1 tablespoon||15 ml|
|1 fluid oz||30 ml|
|1/5 cup||47 ml|
|1 cup||237 ml|
|2 cups (1 pint)||473 ml|
|4 cups (1 quart)||.95 liter|
|4 quarts (1 gal.)||3.8 liters|
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Metric to U.S.
|1 milliliter||1/5 teaspoon||1 gram||.035 ounce|
|5 ml||1 teaspoon||100 grams||3.5 ounces|
|15 ml||1 tablespoon||500 grams||1.10 pounds|
|100 ml||3.4 fluid oz||1 kilogram||2.205 pounds= 35 ounces|
|240 ml||1 cup|
|1 liter||34 fluid oz= 4.2 cups= 2.1 pints= 1.06 quarts= 0.26 gallon|