yes i think so
A tablespoon of onion powder equals about a medium sized onion, which would be about a cup, chopped. So, a tablespoon.
Yes...of course.... the main idea is to get that onion into that dish. The main difference would be the absence of dehydrated onions re-hydrated...small chunks the size of large glitter
Obviously, it depends on the amounts of all the other ingredients. In a normal-sized pot serving about 10 people, I'd put in roughly 2 tablespoons. The nice thing is that onion powder is relatively subtle, so you really can't mess up too badly. A little more or a little less won't make a significant difference in flavor.
1/8 teaspoon onion powder equals 1 tablespoon minced onion
also read as this:
1/8 teaspoon onion powder equals 1/16 cup of minced onion
1 medium onion = 1 tablespoon of onion powder
Onion salt contains salt also whereas onion powder only contains powdered onion.
The ratio of dried minced onion to onion powder for cooking is three to one. For example, if your recipe calls for three teaspoons of dried minced onion, you may substitute one teaspoon of onion powder.
there isn't one, for onion powder is a powder
It can be left out or you can use garlic powder.
how many teaspoons of onion powder equal 1 cup of diced of onion.
Onion salt tastes like "salty onion". Onion powder just tastes like "onion". I use both onion and garlic powder a lot, but have never used either onion salt or garlic salt, so I can use salt independently (control the amount).
1 Tbls Onion Powder = 1 medium onion, chopped = 4 Tbls fresh chopped onion
1 Tbls Granulated Onion = 1 medium onion, chopped = 4 Tbls fresh chopped onion
yes you can... but you wont get the same favor as you would if you used the salt. I hope that helped
Personally I prefer onion powder to onion salt. You can control the amount of salt you add to the dish, and onion powder is more cost efficient because you get more flavor for about the same price.
1 teaspoon onion powder = 1 tablespoon dried onion flakes (minced onions) according to http://www.foodsubs.com/Onionsdry.html.
So, 4 tablespoons of minced onion would be 4 teaspoons of onion powder
from you moms bunyins
1-1/2 Tbsp. Onion Powder = 1/2 Cup Minced Fresh Onion
It depends on what you are cooking.
1 tsp onion powder = 1 med chopped onion
Like the too much salt remedy, try adding a peeled potato to see if it will absorb some of the strong flavor... You can also try adding sugar to counteract the strong onion flavor. Nothing to lose.
Granulated onion has bigger chunks, but onion powder is more as a powder with smaller chunks to be said.
there isn't any