How many cups of uncooked rice do you need to make 5 half cup servings?
5/6 cup of white rice.
Regular white rice triples in volume when cooked. (5 x 1/2 cups) x 1/ 3 = 5/6 cups
Minute rice expands much less. Nine units of minute rice yield 16 units of cooked rice. (5 x 1/2 cup) x 9/16 = 45/32 cups ~ 1 1/2 cups
Approximately 1.5 cups uncooked will make 3 cups cooked
About 8 cups
standard cooking for rice is two to one. It would take three quaters of a cup of rice and a cup and a half of water will give you about a cup and a half of rice.
One cup of uncooked Israeli couscous will make two cups cooked. To cook it, add one cup of uncooked couscous to 2 cups of the liquid of your choice and let stand for one hour.
1 cup raw will make 2 cups cooked
1/2 cup of cooked rice is considered one serving. One cup of uncooked rice should make three cups of cooked rice.
well! you need 6 cups to make 3 servings
Half a cup of rice is considered a serving, so 20 cups of dry rice would give you serving for 40
If you make 50 cups of coffee, you will use 3.5 cups of ground coffee. This will be enough for 50 individual servings.
If I am serving 50 people, how many cups of raw rice do I need?
it should be about 1 1/2 cups uncooked rice if i am correct
I would have a cup between 2, that would make 60 cups.
When cooked, it would have about 42-50 servings, depending on the type of grain of rice. Each serving would be about 1 cup of cooked rice each.
About 16. One head of cabbage will make about 8 cups shredded.
Depends what you are going to make it into. -Why not give us all the info.
I went around the block on this and found many answers. Here is the final one. 1 poind of rice equals 2 1/2 cups of uncooked rice. 1 cup of rice equals 3 cups of cooked rice. If we want to find how many cups of cooked rice in 10 pounds we do some math. If 1 pound equals 2 1/2 cups of uncooked rice then 10 pounds equals 25 cups of uncooked rice. If… Read More
according to "http://www.ilovepasta.org/faqs.html#Q10", 8 oz. of uncooked spaghetti makes about 4 cups, so 1 pound would make about 8 cups
That is 11.023 cups
Seeing as how there are 4 cups in a quart. And there are two quarts in a half gallon. That would make 8 cups in a half gallon.
1/2 For. 20 servings is 9 cups
This cannot be answered properly unless you state the type of pasta and cooked or uncooked. Presuming you want a pound of pasta after cooking and have a small uncooked pasta, you will get about 1 cooked pound of pasta if you use about 3 cups of pasta.
3/8of a cup.
It depends on how much each person is going to eat, but 1.5 to 2 cups of uncooked rice should suffice.
1 US pint = 2 US cups 3 US pints = 6 US cups
3.4/0.5 = 6.8 half-cups in 3.4 cups
I steam rice using 1 cup uncooked rice to 1 cup water = 3 cups cooked rice. Exception: when cooking wild rice I use 1-1/4 cup water. Found this useful website that gives yields of uncooked to cooked of many foods: http://extension.missouri.edu/explore/miscpubs/mp0563_01.htm
No. 2 cups make a pint. 2 pints make a quart. 8 cups is 4 pints which is two quarts which is half a gallon.
It depends on the type of pasta but typically 2oz of pasta makes about a 1 cup serving. So I'd prob do about 12-15 pounds for 100 1 cup servings to play it safe.
Two and a half ounces of dry rice is equal to a single serving. Therefore, ten pounds of dry rice would make sixty-four servings.
There are 8 eighths in 1 cup so half of 8 is 4. 4 eighth cups = half a cup.
10 cups 1 quart = 4 cups 1 cup = 0.25 quart
It is about 5 cups + 2/3 cups in total. If you are measuring uncooked rice because you want to have 2 lbs 10 oz of rice after you cook it, then you should make around 3 cups of rice (it generally doubles by cooking it).
I think it's 3. 1c uncooked rice + 2c water = 3c cooked rice. This is the 1-2-3 rule I've heard of somewhere
equivalent to one litre..i think about 4 cups and half of water
6 US cups is 3 pints It takes 4 pints to make a half-gallon.
If you used two and a half pounds of rice to make twenty five servings how many pounds would it take to make six servings?
If your statement is accurate, then 0.6 pounds of rice. But that on the definition of a serving (which is generally about a cup of cooked rice per serving).
Rice grows as a crop, one does not make it, however, if you mean how to cook it, follow the instructions on the packet and remember, 1 cup uncooked rice = 2 cups cooked coolkiki123
.5 gal = 8 cups 1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup = 0.06 gallon
8 cups 1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup = 0.06 gallon
For every one-and-a-half cups of rice, I add two cups of water.
2 cups = pint 2 pints = 1 quart 2 quarts = 1/2 gallon 8 cups = 1/2 gallon If you have 18 cups you 2 half gallons +1 pint
1 cup dry = 2 1/2 cups cooked. As a side dish 1 serving = 1/2 - 3/4 cup.
Cooked: 7-8 cups Uncooked: depends how big you rice maker is, if it's big, then 5lbs would be all the up to the line that has a 5 on it... hope that helps(:
4 gallons = 512 fluid ounces If you're serving it in standard 8-ounce cups, then it makes 64 of them. If you only get 54 cups out of it, then somebody has slipped in a bunch of 9.5-ounce cups.
About 8 servings
It depends on whether you want to make more servings, or less. It's easier if you keep it simple and use common fractions; i.e. 1/4 or 1/2. If your recipe yields 4 servings and you want only 2 servings, you would cut each ingredient in half. To get 8 servings, you would double each ingredient.
One and a half. 1 1/2
It is fine to freeze uncooked dressing. Before freezing the uncooked dressing, you need to make sure it is in a sealed container.
please make your questions more clear, -servings of WHAT .
Surely 1 and a half.