How Much Minced Onion Equals One Onion?

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Dried minced onions are also known as onion flakes. These lack much of the scent of fresh onions, which some people may prefer, and are very convenient. One small onion is equal to a tablespoon of dehydrated minced onions. It is also equal to one tablespoon of onion powder. All of these are able to be substituted for one another fairly easily. You could also use one third of a cup of chopped fresh onion instead.
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If you are making a recipe and need to substitute dried, minced onions for fresh ones, keep in mind that 1 tablespoon of dried equals about 1/4 cup of raw. An entire onion would equal 2-3 tablespoons of dried, minced onion.
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