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How Many Grams Is A Cup

 
By Alice T Breeze. Updated: January 16, 2017
How Many Grams Is A Cup

When following a recipe, we usually find that ingredients are measured in cups, quite a subjective measurement depending on the cup we use. That's why it's useful to know the equivalent of every ingredient in cups with another measurement so we can calculate with precision. That's why oneHowTo.com would like to explain how many grams are in a cup.

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How many grams in a cup : Flour

When talking about a cup of flour, we are referring to 120 grams or 4.2 oz of this ingredient. So, if you want to add more than one, we should multiply the number of cups by this quantity.

How Many Grams Is A Cup - How many grams in a cup : Flour

How many grams in a cup:Sugar

The answer to the equivalent to a cup of sugar is 200 grams or 7 oz, in the case of white or brown sugar. However, if it's icing or castor sugar, it will be 110 grams or 3.8 oz to every cup.

How Many Grams Is A Cup - How many grams in a cup:Sugar

How many grams in a cup: Butter

Cups of butter or margarine are equivalent to 225 grams or 7.9 oz and are normally referred to at room temperature, not melted.

How Many Grams Is A Cup - How many grams in a cup: Butter

How many grams in a cup: Rice

In the case of recipes asking for cups of rice, they should weigh 185 grams or 6.5 oz raw and, in the case of boiled rice, it will refer to 175 grams or 6.2 oz.

How Many Grams Is A Cup - How many grams in a cup: Rice

How many grams in a cup: Liquids

Now, we'll also explain some equivalences for liquid measurements in cups:

- 1 cup of oil: 200 ml or cc

- 1 cup of water: 250 ml or cc, which is also equivalent to 250 gr.

- 1 cup of milk: 245 ml or cc

How Many Grams Is A Cup - How many grams in a cup: Liquids

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