Since starting my Instant pot group over on facebook, Instant Pot Recipes for beginners, I’ve had a number of questions come up over and over again. In fact having a group of members filled with questions is great, It helps me to know what you want and need when using the Instant Pot.
Well, one of the issues that comes up time and time again is how to convert recipes. You see some recipes are in USA measurements, some recipes are in UK measurements and others have a mixture of measurements.
It sure can get confusing at times and having a multinational group means I want to help people from every location to be able to cook easy and simple recipes in your electric pressure cooker.
So, I came up with a solution and that is a printable recipe conversion chart or measurement conversion chart.
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Printable Recipe Conversion Chart
One of my hidden talents which I discovered over the past five years is my love for design, for creating graphics and images. It’s something I never knew I could do…and I love creating things almost as much as I love cooking with the Instant Pot.
I decided to make a simple but useful printable recipe conversion chart which will help my friends and followers to be able to follow any recipe with ease.
Having a conversion chart for recipes can make cooking easier, especially if you don’t have a measuring cup or a jug with quarts. It gives you options and helps you to follow any new recipe and grow in confidence as you do so.
Instant Pot Measurement Conversion Chart
So here is a copy of my Instant Pot cooking measurement conversion chart. You can download it right here for free, print it out and stick it on your fridge or even add it to your own recipe book.
Hey, if you have a digital recipe book you can also add the pdf to it. I prefer a physical recipe book and I’ll be pasting this recipe conversion chart into the front of my book and popping a copy on the fridge.
Liquid Measurement Conversion Chart
This fantastic liquid measurement conversion chart will help you convert recipes from gallons and quarts to pints to cups to ounces or liters.
The chart also covers pints to mls and cups to Tablespoons. This is a super useful liquids measurement chart and one I am finding super handy myself. Enjoy!
Easy and Simple Instant Pot Recipes
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More Cooking Measurement Guides
We have a vast collection of measurement posts to support you with your everyday cooking. I’m sharing them here for your quick reference.
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- How Many Tablespoons In A Cup?
- How Many Cups Of Rice In A Pound?
- How To Convert Kilograms To Pounds?
- How Many Pints In A Gallon?
- How Many Quarts In A Gallon?
- How Many Pints In A Quart?
- How Many Cups In A Gallon?
- How Many Slices In A Loaf Of Bread?
- Temperature Conversion: Celsius To Fahrenheit
- How Many Cups In A Pint?
- How Many Grams In A Cup?
- How Many Cups In A Quart?
- How Many Grams In An Ounce?
- How Many Teaspoons In A Tablespoon?
- How Many Tablespoons In An Ounce?
- How Many Ounces In A Pound?
- How Many Ounces In A Cup?
- How Many Ounces In A Gallon?
- How Many Liters In A Gallon?
Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and adults. Angela has also taught cooking classes and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Instant Pot Table. Follow her on Pinterest!