How Many Cups of Dry Pasta to a Pound?


Pasta is one of the most versatile foods in the world. From the long noodles of Ramen and spaghetti to the blue boxes of macaroni, almost everyone has had pasta once in their life. The Department of Health estimates one pound of dry pasta is equal to four cups.
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It really depends on the pasta shape. If it's a hollow or tubular pasta then the volume of one cup won't weight as much as a solid or long pasta. If I measure out a bag of ziti for
How many cups to a pound depends on the substance that you're measuring. Different materials and substances have different weights; some are much more dense than others.
1 box equals a pound. I'm not exactly sure but I think there are 2 cups in each box of Rotini.
Two ounces of uncooked elbow macaroni type pasta measures about half a cup.
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