Butter Conversion for Europe

Can you tell me how much a stick of butter is in grams or ounces? I see many American recipes that I can't follow, because I don't know the quantity of margarine or butter to use. In Europe, we use either grams or imperial (British) weight. Either will be fine.

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Cettina from Malta, Europe

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Butter Conversion for Europe

A stick of butter is a quarter pound or 4 ounces. Hope that helps. (05/26/2007)

By cjgeo

Butter Conversion for Europe

We typically buy butter in one pound (or 16 ounce) boxes which contain 4 "sticks". Each "stick" weighs 4 ounces. Each stick is the equivalent of 1/2 cup of butter. If I tried to convert this to grams for you I'd probably make a mistake, so I'm hoping you can take it from here. Good Luck! (05/26/2007)

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