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  • How do you reconstitute evaporated milk?

  • Evaporated Milk Conversions for Varying Amounts of Milk. Evaporated milk comes in 5-ounce or 12-ounce cans. So, to reconstitute a whole can simply add 5 ounces or 12 ounces of water, depending on whether you have a small or large can. Five ounces is actually 5/8 cups.

  • What is a good substitute for evaporated milk?

  • This type of milk is made from evaporated regular milk that has been completely dehydrated, hence why it has a powdery texture. While it can be added to recipes dry, to make a substitute that is pretty similar to evaporated milk you can mix a cup with 1 cups of warm water; a little less than normal.

  • What is the ratio of water to evaporated milk?

  • Evaporated milk is reconstituted by adding an equal amount of water. You use a 1 to 1 ratio. One 12-oz can of Carnation evaporated milk + 12 ounces water (1.5 cups) will make 24 oz or 3 cups of milk. Evaporated milk comes in 5-ounce or 12-ounce cans.

  • How much is 5 oz of evaporated milk?

  • Evaporated Milk Conversions for Varying Amounts of Milk. Evaporated milk comes in 5-ounce or 12-ounce cans. So, to reconstitute a whole can simply add 5 ounces or 12 ounces of water, depending on whether you have a small or large can. Five ounces is actually 5/8 cups. But hopefully, you have a glass measuring cup with ounce markers.