1/4 Cup of Butter
3 tablespoons of butter is the same.
2 tablespoons of oil.
You need 5 tablespoons of oil
that is 75 grams of oil
In volume, yes.
Usually you have to melt the butter then measure. If you cook with butter or oil, you will get different results. Butter burns at a lower tenperature than oil. So cooks will put some oil in the butter if frying.
25g of butter is a little less then 1&1/2 tablespoons of butter. I would guess its the same amount of oil.
The recipe expects a liquid so you need to melt the butter. Melt six tablespoons of butter. This should equal 1/3 cup.
It is the same.
that is 3 oz of oil
yes you can but it will be much richer remember it is equal parts so if it is 1cup oil its 1cup butter.
Equal, 3 Tbsn of oil = 3 Tbsn of butter. Enjoy!
Equal weight or volume.
One half cup of butter (or 1 stick).
Canola can substitute 2 sticks of butter by using 16 tbsp of oil. For every 1/4 cup butter, use 4 tablespoons vegetable oil.
That would be 8 oz of oil
4 table spoons of butter
That is 5.3 tablespoons
4 oz of butter equal less than 5 oz of cooking oil.
One quarter cup (one fourth cup) of butter is equal to one quarter cup of oil.
Approximately 96 tablespoons