How many cups is 200g of all-purpose flour?
- Chef MarkLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
For starters, weight and volume are not the same thing. A measuring cup of flour is not a cup in weight, (which is 8 oz.)
200 grams is a sliver over 7 oz. A measuring cup of flour weighs about 4-5 oz. depending on how tightly you pack it.
Thus, if you have a scale, measure out 7 oz. If you're using a measuring cup you'll need about a cup and a half to approximate the 200 grams.
- 5 years ago
Depending on the flour, a cup of sifted flour usually has a mass of 120-130g. If a cup of sifted flour weighs 125g, then 200g would be 1.6 cups, or 1 1/2 cups plus one tablespoon plus two teaspoons.
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- 4 years ago
1 1/2 cups
- thejanithLv 71 decade ago
454g is a full pound, so this is just under half a pound. I'd say use 3/4 cup plus a tablespoon or two. (3/4 cup is 6oz, and a tablepoon is 1/2oz)
- 7 years ago
About 2 cups is what you're looking at, recipe wise...
- Anonymous4 years ago
Hiya Ever. It'll work just fine, though the texture may be a bit heavier. Good luck.
- Jaclyn&DaveLv 51 decade ago
Sadly, mass and volume measures aren't interchangable.
Look for a different recipe using volume measures and move on.