Does 1 Tbsp of Chicken Bouillon equal 1 cube (4g)?

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I have a recipe that calls for 1 Tablespoon of Chicken Bouillon to mix with 1 cup of water… The only thing is I have Chicken Bouillon cubes and I cannot find any type of conversion anywhere! Haha… I have all my stuff out and ready to cook and realized I have no idea how many cubes to use!

Thanks for your help in advance. :)

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3 Comments on "Does 1 Tbsp of Chicken Bouillon equal 1 cube (4g)?"

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A cube is a teaspoon. So if you need a Tbsp., then use three cubes.

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One (tablespoon) measure is equal to 3 teaspoons

Here’s how I’ve done it. It may differ from brand to brand but this always works…easy

On the box or jar that the cubes come in it says 1 cube per 1 cup of water to make broth.

On the jar that the chicken buillion powder comes in it says use 2 teaspoons for 2 cups of water to make broth.


1 teaspoon of powdered bouillon would be equal to 1 cube

Read the jar to be sure..but just think how much makes 1 cup of broth? Do the math and enjoy! I think that’s why they taught math in we could cook??

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Chicken bullion should be the broth which you make by dissolving 1 cube into 1 cup hot water. One tablespoon of this broth should be what you need for your recipe.