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[slowcooker] Re: chicken bouillon

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  • Debbie Richey
    Hope this helps: 4 tablespoons = 1/4 cup 1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons. === Debbie Richey ... Hi! I have a bottle of granulated
    Message 1 of 2 , May 1, 1999
      Hope this helps:

      4 tablespoons = 1/4 cup
      1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons.


      Debbie Richey

      ---Stephanie <stephers@...> wrote:


      Hi! I have a bottle of granulated bouillon. The
      label says that "1
      teaspoon granulated bouillon = 1 cube bouillon = 1
      packet bouillon." So
      now you just need to figure out how many teaspoons in
      1/4 cup!

      I don't have the answer to your other question...

      >I am planning on trying the recipe that was
      submitted to the slowcooker =
      >list for cream of whatever soup mix, but I have a
      couple of questions that =
      >I hope someone can answer. It calls for 1/4 c.
      instant chicken bouillon. =
      >The only bouillon that I have used is either in the
      cubes, or canned =
      >already in liquid form. Is there such a thing as
      bouillon that you would =
      >measure out, or do you know how to use cubes
      instead? Sorry if this seems =
      >like a dumb question! Also, it said that if you
      want to make cream of =
      >mushroom or chicken, to use chopped mushrooms or
      chicken. Does anyone =
      >have any idea how much you would need for the
      equivelant of one can? =
      >Thanks a bunch...

      Stephanie (stephers@...)


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