# How much liquid chicken stock when substituting stock cube?

if a recipe says that i need to add 1 chicken stock cube into 600 ml of water, and i want to replace it with a liquid stock, how much if it should i add?

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• 600 ml of chicken stock.

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• 1 cube seasons 1 cup(8 fluid ounces) of water.

If you are doing a direct replacement, use 600 ml of liquid stock.

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• Why would the amount of liquid change ? 600 = 600 all the time.

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• Anonymous
5 months ago

600ml of stock.

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• One bouillon cube usually makes 1 cup of liquid.

600ml is about 2 cups, so to make a full bouillon, you would normally only use 255ml of water for each cube. Therefore, it appears, the recipe wants you to use half-strength bouillon.

So use 300ml of stock plus 300ml of water. That will make 600ml of half-strength bouillon.

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• Well if you need 600ml of liquid, I would think that you'd use that amount of liquid stock, Unless the stock is concentrated; If it is, I'd add 400ml of stock with 200ml of water too.

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• Same thing. 600 ml.

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