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1 2.01 Recipe Parts and Resources

2 Is this how you follow a recipe?
Rascals clip of how to make a cake - YouTube

3 1. Temperature & Time Some recipes give you exact cooking temperatures and times – ie. 375°F for 15 minutes. Others will tell you how to cook the food – ie. Heat liquid until it simmers. Oven temperatures may vary and times are for conventional ovens (what we have) unless otherwise stated.

4 2. Equipment (Container Size & Type)
Most recipes do not state ALL the necessary equipment. However, specific equipment such as a 8 x 8 square pan are sometimes listed. It is important to use the stated specific equipment so the food will not overflow or overcook -Smaller pan will overflow -Bigger pan will overcook Container Size

5 3. List of Ingredients & Amounts
Ingredients are listed in the exact amount as needed. The form of ingredient is also stated (ex: cream corn or not). Ingredients should be listed in the order they are used in the recipe. This will prevent leaving out any ingredients. List of Ingredients & Amounts

6 4. Step By Step Directions for Mixing & Handling
The recipe should have directions for how to prepare the food. The steps need to be listed in the order they should be completed in. Numbered steps are easy to follow and help to prevent steps from being skipped. However, some recipes are written in paragraph form, and should be read and followed VERY carefully.

7 5. Yield The yield tells the number and size of servings the recipe will make. Knowing the yield in advance helps one to know if more or less food is needed – whether or not to make more or less of the food. Yield

8 6. Nutrition Analysis (Optional)
Nutrition information is not necessary for preparing a recipe, but it is very useful information when planning foods to fit into a particular eating plan. Some recipes include number of calories and/or grams per serving of various nutrients.

9 Where do I find a well written recipe?
RECIPE SOURCES Obj. FF 2.01 Where do I find a well written recipe?


11 Magazines Bon Appetit Cooking Light Taste of Home Southern Living
Gourmet Better Homes & Gardens Cooking Light

12 Package Labels

13 Newspapers Favorite recipes sent in by subscribers or seasonal recipes by advertisers

14 Grocery Ads Circulars or newspaper inserts with recipes for foods on specials. Often recipes are located right next to coupons as an added incentive.

15 Internet Sites The Internet is the quickest & easiest way to research a recipe by ingredient, type or time!!!!

16 Recipes passed down from generations within a family.
Family Recipes Recipes passed down from generations within a family.

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