# Convert Pinches of Salt to Smidgens

Enter the salt volume in pinches below to get the value converted to smidgens.

**Results in Smidgens:**

## How to Convert Pinches to Smidgens

To convert a pinch measurement to a smidgen measurement, multiply the salt volume by the conversion ratio. One pinch of salt is equal to 2 smidgens, so use this simple formula to convert:

The salt volume in smidgens is equal to the pinches multiplied by 2.

**For example,**here's how to convert 5 pinches to smidgens using the formula above.

Pinches and smidgens are both units used to measure salt volume. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

## Pinches

A pinch is a small unit used in cooking, typically used to measure salt and other spices when seasoning. One pinch is equal to the amount of seasoning that can be taken between your thumb and finger, or 1/2 of a dash. The pinch is a rough measurement, but is commonly considered to be equal to 1/16 of a teaspoon.

## Smidgens

A smidgen is a very small unit used in cooking, most often used to measure salt and seasonings. One smidgen is equal to 1/2 of a pinch, which is the amount of seasoning that you can "pinch" between your thumb and finger. Although the smidgen is considered a rough measurement, it is generally accepted to be equal to 1/32 of a teaspoon.

## Pinch to Smidgen Conversion Table

Pinches | Smidgens |
---|---|

1 | 2 |

2 | 4 |

3 | 6 |

4 | 8 |

5 | 10 |

6 | 12 |

7 | 14 |

8 | 16 |

9 | 18 |

10 | 20 |

11 | 22 |

12 | 24 |

13 | 26 |

14 | 28 |

15 | 30 |

16 | 32 |

17 | 34 |

18 | 36 |

19 | 38 |

20 | 40 |

21 | 42 |

22 | 44 |

23 | 46 |

24 | 48 |

25 | 50 |

26 | 52 |

27 | 54 |

28 | 56 |

29 | 58 |

30 | 60 |

31 | 62 |

32 | 64 |

33 | 66 |

34 | 68 |

35 | 70 |

36 | 72 |

37 | 74 |

38 | 76 |

39 | 78 |

40 | 80 |