Food Type | Approximate Amount for 50 Servings |
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Chicken, pieces with bone-in | 18-20 lbs |

Chicken, boneless, skinless, cut-up for casserole, soup, stew etc. | 16-18 lbs |

Turkey, whole, to roast | 40-50 lbs. (2-3 large birds) |

Bacon | 6 lbs., 12-20 slices per lb |

Also, How big of a chicken do I need to feed 8 people?

A small **chicken** will weigh approximately 1.2kg and will **feed** 2-3 people. A medium **chicken** weighs approximately 1.75kg and will **feed** 3-4 people, and a **large chicken** weighs approximately 2kg and will **feed** 4-6 people.

In this way, How many chickens do I need for 6 people? Now if you have **people** with big appetites, you could serve half a chicken per person. That would be three **chickens for six people**, or one and a half pounds per person considering the weight of your average chicken. There were 69 **chickens** on a farm.

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**How many pounds of pinto beans do I need to feed 50 people?**

When you’re feeding a crowd, consider using **pinto beans** as the foundation for a Tex-Mex style salad bar or as the main ingredient for a hearty soup. Each **pound** of dry **pinto beans** makes 12 half-cup servings after being cooked, so 8.33 **pounds** will be required to make 100 servings.

**How much food do I need for a party of 50?**

Food | Up to 10 guests | 40-50 |
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Veggies | 60 pieces | 300 pieces |

Chips | 1 pound | 4 pounds |

Canapes | 8 per person | 400 per person |

Punch | 2 gallons | 8 gallons |

**How many cups is 1 lb of dry pinto beans?**

**How many pounds are in a gallon of beans?**

2 **pounds** of dry **beans** makes 1 **gallon** cooked with 1 1/2 **pounds** of meat. I’ve done the measuring. 2 **lbs** of dry **beans** is 5 cups.

**How many pounds of chicken do I need for 10 people?**

When Meat Is the Main: When cooking something like steak, roast, chicken, or pork, where meat is the main feature of the meal and paired with a few side dishes, we recommend about **1/2 pound** (eight ounces) per person, up to 3/4 (12 ounces) pound for bigger appetites and those who love leftovers.

**How many pounds of green beans do I need for 10 people?**

**Green beans**: 1Â½ **pounds** of **beans** make 6 to 8 servings. Mashed potatoes: A 5-**pound** bag of potatoes makes **10** to 12 servings.

**How many will a rotisserie chicken feed?**

**One rotisserie chicken** for 12 **people**.

**How much chili do I need for 8 adults?**

**How much does 1/4 cup of dry beans make?**

A portion of uncooked **beans** typically doubles after cooking (e.g. 2 **cups** uncooked equals between 4-5 **cups** of cooked **beans**). **Average** serving size **is** estimated to be **1/4 cup** of uncooked **beans** (56.70 grams) per person (approx. 1/2 **cup** or 113.40 grams of cooked **beans**).

**How many cups are in a dry pound?**

LIQUID AND DRY MEASURE EQUIVALENTS | ||
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1 pound | = | 2 cups |

1 quart | = | 4 cups |

1/2 tablespoon | = | 1 1/2 teaspoons |

1 tablespoon | = | 3 teaspoons |

**How many pounds of pinto beans do I need to feed 50 people?**

When you’re feeding a crowd, consider using **pinto beans** as the foundation for a Tex-Mex style salad bar or as the main ingredient for a hearty soup. Each **pound** of dry **pinto beans** makes 12 half-cup servings after being cooked, so 8.33 **pounds** will be required to make 100 servings.

**What is a serving size of cooked pinto beans?**

One cup (171 grams) of **boiled pinto beans** provides 40â€“60% of the DV for women and men, respectively.

**How many pounds of meat do I need to feed 50 people?**

Entree | Per Person | Crowd of 50 |
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Chicken, turkey, or duck (boneless) | 1/2 pound | 25 pounds |

Chicken or turkey (with bones) | 3/4 to 1 pound | 38 pounds |

Chili, stew, stroganoff, and other chopped meats | 5 to 6 ounces | 15 pounds |

Ground beef | 1/2 pound | 25 pounds |

**How many cups is 2 lbs of pinto beans?**

DRIED BEANS yields | COOKED BEANS |
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1/2 cup dry = | 1 1/2 cups cooked |

2/3 cup dry = | 2 cups cooked |

1 cup dry beans = | 3 cups cooked |

2 cups (1 lb) dry = | 6 cups cooked |

**How many servings is 4 quarts of chili?**

One **cup** is exactly equal to 8 ounces. And a **pound** is equal to 16 ounces. So, reversing the values we get an 8:16 ratio or 1:2 ratio for the **cup**: **pound** in terms of **cups**. Or simply two **cups** is equal to 1 **pound**.

**How many servings is 4 quarts of chili?**

**How many grams** in 1 **cups**? The answer is 236.5882375. We assume you are converting between **gram** [water] and **cup** [US].

**How much soup do I need for 80 people?**

Calculate **how much soup** you’ll need. If the **soup** will be part of a larger meal, an eight ounce portion is fine. If **soup** is to be the main course, you should allow for 12 ounces per portion. This gives a total of 17 1/2 quarts for the smaller portion, or 26 1/4 quarts for the larger portion.

**How many servings are in a can of beans?**

The nutrition facts are almost nearly identical; both **cans** state that they contain about 3.5 1/2 cup **servings**, or 1.75 cups total.

**How much does 1 cup dried chickpeas make?**

So **1 cup** of **dried chickpeas** will **make** about 3 **cups** of cooked **chickpeas**.

**How much soup do you need for a crowd?**

One cup of **soup** (less if it’s a thick **soup**, like chowder) 3 ounces of salad (about 1 cup) 6 ounces of meat or main entrÃ©e. 5 ounces of starch (potato, pasta, or rice)

**How much is a serving of rice?**

Or simply two **cups** is equal to 1 **pound**. So, **How many cups in a pound**? 2 **cups**.

**How many cups of soup is a serving?**

As for the exact amount in the can, the average 1-**cup serving** of canned **soup** weighs in at about 8.5 ounces. So those 14.5-oz. and 15-oz. cans actually have closer to 1 3/4 **cups** each.

**How many liters are in a soup bowl?**

A **soup bowl** can hold about 400 milliliters of **soup**. A restaurant has 8 **liters** of vegetable **soup**.

**How many liters are in a soup bowl?**

I’d say you can comfortably fit eight **quarts** in the pot. Now for the math: Eight **quarts of chili** yields 256 fluid ounces (8 **quarts** times 32 fluid ounces per **quart**). Using an eight-ounce **serving**, there are 32 (one-cup) **servings** in the pot.

**How much is a quart of soup?**

**How much** does a **quart of soup cost**? **Prices** vary depending on ingredients. **Quarts** range from $13-$15 a la carte. Soupscriber rates are discounted 10 â€“ 20% depending on the duration of the Soupscription.

**How much beef do I need per person for stew?**

This depends on all sorts of things â€“ **how much** the **meat needs** to be trimmed, what extra ingredients go into the **casserole**, what other dishes you plan to serve at the same meal and so on â€“ but, on average, I find that 6-8 oz (175-225 g) of **meat per person** is **needed** if someone has a large appetite, like my husband.

**What is the ratio of beans to water?**

1 cup dry **beans** to 3 cups **water**. Soaked, cooking time is 2-2 1/2 hours. 1 cup dry **beans** to 3 cups **water**. Unsoaked, cooking time is 90-120 minutes.

**Are black beans healthy?**

Like other legumes, such as peanuts, peas, and lentils, **black beans** are prized for their high protein and fiber content. They also contain several other key vitamins and minerals that are known to benefit human **health**.

**How much cups are in a pound?**

This depends on all sorts of things â€“ **how much** the **meat needs** to be trimmed, what extra ingredients go into the **casserole**, what other dishes you plan to serve at the same meal and so on â€“ but, on average, I find that 6-8 oz (175-225 g) of **meat per person** is **needed** if someone has a large appetite, like my husband.

**How do I substitute canned beans for dry beans?**

This means that if your recipe calls for 1 cup of **canned** kidney or cannellini **beans**, you should use Â½ cup if you’re **substituting dried**. Conversely, if a recipe calls for 1 cup **dried beans** to be cooked, then if you use **canned** you should use 2 cups of **canned beans**. For other **beans**, check this article in SeriousEats.

**How much does a cup of cooked beans weigh?**

Or simply two **cups** is equal to 1 **pound**. So, **How many cups in a pound**? 2 **cups**.