# What is the ml of 1/2 cup oil?

## What is the ml of 1/2 cup oil?

Liquid and dry ingredients conversion tables

American Standard (Cups & Quarts ) American Standard (Ounces) Metric (Milliliters & Liters)
2 tbsp 1 fl. oz. 30 ml
1/4 cup 2 fl. oz. 60 ml
1/2 cup 4 fl. oz. 125 ml
1 cup 8 fl. oz. 250 ml

How much is a cup of oil in grams?

Baking conversions for oil from cups to grams In fact, 1 cup of oil weighs 225 grams.

How do you convert cups to ML?

To convert a cup measurement to a milliliter measurement, multiply the volume by the conversion ratio. The volume in milliliters is equal to the cups multiplied by 236.588236.

### What does 1/3 cup oil weigh?

Coconut Oil

1/8 US cup 27 grams 30 ml
1/3 US cup 72 grams 80 ml
1/2 US cup 108 grams 120 ml
2/3 US cup 144 grams 160 ml
3/4 US cup 162 grams 180 ml

What is 1 cup of all purpose flour in grams?

150 g
Flours

All-purpose flour Bread Flour 1 cup = 150 g
½ cup = 75 g
1⁄3 cup = 50 g
¼ cup = 37 g
Cake & Pastry Flour

How much does 1 liter of vegetable oil weigh?

Retail Packaging Conversions

1 Liter = 2.013 Pounds 750 Milliliter = 1.51 Pounds
1 Liter = 33.81 Ounces 750 Milliliter = 25.4 Ounces
750 Milliliter = 0.75 Liters
500 Milliliter = 1 Pound 250 Milliliter = .5 Pounds
500 Milliliter = 16.9 Ounces 250 Milliliter = 8.45 Ounces

## What to use if you run out of vegetable oil?

If you don’t have any vegetable oil on hand, you can substitute another neutral high-heat oil. Canola, safflower, peanut or grapeseed oils are all great choices. Refined versions can reach even higher temperatures than unrefined ones.

What is 1 cup in mL in the UK?

250 ml
US cooking measurements vs UK cooking measurements

US cups US fl oz UK ml
½ cup 4 fl oz 125 ml
2/3 cup 150 ml
3/4 cup 6 fl oz 175 ml
1 cup 250 ml

What is 1/3 of a cup in ML?

Volume (liquid)
2 tablespoon or 1 fluid ounce 30 ml
1/4 cup or 2 fluid ounces 59 ml
1/3 cup 79 ml
1/2 cup 118 ml

### How much butter do I use instead of 1/3 cup oil?

That is a great question. You can absolutely substitute butter for the vegetable oil. Use the same quantity specified in the directions (for example, if it calls for 1/3 cup of oil, use 5 1/3 tablespoons of butter). Melt it down, then let it cool a bit.

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