A stick of butter weighs 4 ounces, which is equivalent to 8 tablespoons. A stick of butter is also equivalent to 1/2 pound and 1/4 cup.Know More
If a recipe calls for butter in ounces, simply divide the number of ounces by 4 to arrive at the required number of sticks. If a recipe calls for butter in tablespoons, divide the number of tablespoons by 8 to determine the number of sticks.
Conversely, if a recipe calls for butter in sticks, but no such butter is available, multiply the number of sticks by 4 to determine the amount necessary in ounces, or multiply it by 8 to determine the number of tablespoons.Learn more about Food Facts
To melt a stick of butter, dice it into small pieces, place the pieces in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave the butter on low power until it is melted. There are a few ways to melt butter, but the easiest method involves using a microwave.Full Answer >
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Peanut butter consists of ground, roasted peanuts that are turned into a soft spread, and jam is made by boiling various fruits with sugar and crushing them mildly. The two ingredients are often combined on bread.Full Answer >
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