We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byAraceli Lapham
Modified about 1 year ago
Kitchen Utensils Utensil a hand-held, hand- powered tool used to prepare food
Measuring Utensils equipment that will help you correctly put accurate amounts of ingredients listed in a recipe a set of instructions used to prepare a food product
Dry Measuring Cups also referred to as graduated measuring cups a set has 1/4, 1/3, ½ and 1 cup measures flour, sugar, and semi solid ingredients 14
Liquid Measuring Cup measures milk and oil have two sizes— 1-cup and 2-cup; use size appropriate for amount measuring 37
Measuring Spoons measures small amounts come in sets of ¼, 1/2 and 1 teaspoon and 1 tablespoon 22
Straight Edge Spatula Also called a narrow spatula used to level dry ingredients in dry measuring cups and measuring spoons 15
Kitchen Thermometer used to measure temperatures of some foods different thermometer used for meats, candies, and deep fat frying 5
Kitchen Timer used to measure cooking and baking time 25
Cutting Utensils Used to divide foods into smaller pieces or to cut open cans and packages
Paring Knife used for small cutting jobs trims vegetables and fruits 26
Chef’s knife used to chop, slice, dice, and mince 38
Serrated Knife has a sawtooth edge used to slice bread and tender vegetables 16
Peeler used to thinly peel carrots, potatoes, and apples 17
Hand Held Can Opener used to open canned foods 27
Grater grates cheese shreds cabbage slices potatoes 21
Kitchen Shears used to open packages used to snip herbs cuts soft foods 36
Cutting Board used to protect counters when cutting foods clean after cutting each food usually made of plastic; wood is difficult to clean 32
Mixing Utensils Used when combining ingredients
Mixing Bowls holds ingredients being mixed 35
Kitchen Spoon Mixes, bastes, and stirs Also referred to as a “wooden” spoon Not made of wood because cannot be cleaned completely 29
Rubber Scraper also called rubber spatula used for folding used to clean the sides of mixing bowls 4
Rotary Beater has a crank that is turned used to beat, blend and whip not often used today some call it an “egg beater” 23
Sifter Used to add air Removes lumps from dry ingredients 41
Wire Whisk Used to beat, blend, and whip 43
Cooking Utensils Used to handle food during cooking
Kitchen Fork holds meat and poultry for slicing turns meat while cooking 6
Turner also called a wide spatula used to flip flat foods (hamburgers, eggs, pancakes) 33
Tongs used to turn bacon, chops, and other foods while broiling or frying lifts some foods for serving 1
Ladle used to serve punches, soups, and stews 13
Other Kitchen Utensils Commonly found in the kitchen Perform a variety of helpful tasks when preparing food
Strainer used to separate solids from liquids drains canned foods from liquids 11
Slotted Spoon used to remove foods from cooking liquids 24
Can/Bottle Opener used to open canned foods 12
Colander used when rinsing fruits and vegetable drains cooked foods such as pastas 40
Rolling Pin used to flatten dough into a thin, even layer used when making pies and cookies 7
Cookware Refers to pots and pans used on top of the range (stove)
Saucepan used for a variety of cooking chores should have tight-fitting lids 39
Double Boiler a small pan that fits inside a larger pan used to cook delicate foods food is cooked by the heat from the steam from the water below 3
Skillet also called a frying pan used for frying, pan broiling, and braising 18
Dutch Oven (Pot) Used to cook large pieces of meats, soups, and stews on top of the range 42
Bakeware Refers to items that are used in the oven
Square Layer Cake Pan used to bake square layer cakes, coffee cakes, and bar cookies 20
Round Layer Cake Pan used to bake round layer cakes 2
Baking Sheet also called a jelly roll pan used to make sheet cakes, rolled cakes, and bar cookies 19
Muffin Pan used to bake muffins and cup cakes 28
Cookie Sheet used to bake cookies and some breads 34
Pizza Pan used to bake pizzas 31
Pie Pan used to bake pies 10
Cooling Rack allows air to circulate around baked goods causing them to cool faster and more evenly 9
Covered Cake Server used to store cakes and keep them fresh and moist 8
Tube Cake Pan used to bake angel food, chiffon, and sponge cakes 30
Measuring Tools Liquid Measuring Cup – Made of glass or plastic. Extra space at the top allows you to carry without spilling. Has a spout for easy pouring.
Kitchen Utensils. Cooling rack: Used to cool off baked goods.
1 Chapter 23 Kitchen Utensils and Appliances In this chapter, you will learn about Kitchen utensils Cookware and bakeware Small appliances Large appliances.
Cutting, Preparing and Cooking Terms 2.03I_1 Cutting, Preparing, and Cooking Terms1.
©Learning ZoneXpress 1 by Jane Norman, CFCS. ©Learning ZoneXpress 2 Learning the Basics What you need to know before you cook! Know Your Kitchen –Work.
FOODS H267 REVIEW Second Semester. 2 Learning the Basics What you need to know before you cook! Know Your Kitchen –Appliances, Tools & Equipment How to.
Recipe- set of directions used in cooking List the amounts of ingredients needed and tell you what to do with ingredients Questions to ask: Does the recipe.
2.02 A KITCHEN EQUIPMENTAND PROCEDURES FOR ITS USES AND CARE Measuring Equipment Cutting/Preparing Equipment Mixing Equipment Cooking/Cleaning Equipment.
Chapter 39 Food Preparation Basics. Recipes for Success Recipes are road maps to successful food preparation. They provide you with all the information.
A very large or overfull amount. May be almost double the level amount HEAPING.
Apple Pie Ingredients: 250gms plain flour 65gms margarine 60gms lard approx 8 tsp cold water 500gms cooking apples cold water and caster sugar for glazing.
Cooking Methods fall into two categories they are: Moist Cooking Methods Dry Cooking Methods.
Following a Recipe The dos and donts!. If you were taking a road trip to some place you had never been to before, what would you want to take with you?
Review Time for Foods 2 Please get out your A, B, C, D cards And pick 2 numbers 2-12 Or use dry erase boards Earn tickets for rewards.
Standardized recipes provide a list and amounts of ingredients, yield, equipment needed, cooking time, cooking temperature, and sometimes the calorie.
Ch. 22. Please use workbook p. 113 to take notes during the presentation.
How to prepare delightful dishes from * Italy * Lithuania *Poland * Portugal * Romania * Slovakia * Turkey.
CAKES & COOKIES …to cook in dry heat in an oven. The oven heats the air, and the hot air cooks the food. Science principle: No lid is used during baking.
Kinds of Cookies Rolled Dropped Bar Refrigerator Pressed Molded.
Quick Breads & Yeast Breads. Intro Activity… With your table, match the basic ingredients used in baking with their characteristics. When finished I will.
Spaghetti Bolognese Ingredients: 1 onion 100gms (4ozs) mushrooms 1 green pepper (optional) 15gms (½oz) margarine 250gms (8oz) minced beef/turkey/pork/lamb/quorn.
Foods of the World and Preservation Yr9 Recipes. Cheese and Tomato Pizza Ingredients 100g S.R. flour (4 tbl spoons) Pinch of salt 1 teaspoon milk powder.
R OMANIAN FASTING DAY Catalina, Diana, Ioana A traditional Romanian Winter Season menu will feature lots of pork dishes, since people raise pigs just.
Blue Sky Green Leaf Traditional dishes of our countries Funded by EU Comenius Education and Culture Lifelong learning programme.
Compiled By Parkview Second Grade Ms. Weiners, Mrs. Piersons, Mrs. O'Neils, and Ms. Hendersons.
Cooking With Kids. Match your kids' skill levels with various tasks for safe kitchen fun. Here are some suggestions for age-specific tasks: Cooking Skills.
Healthy Eating Yr7 Recipes. Fruit Salad Ingredients 1 apple 1 orange ½ pineapple ring 100ml fruit juice Method 1.Pour the fruit juice into a small bowl.
2.05 GG_1 How To Make Quick Bread A Quick Bread is one that takes a short amount of time to prepare and bake 1.
THE MONTESSORI SCHOOL FAMILY & FRIENDS COOKBOOK. IF YOU SUBMITTED A RECIPE THAT IS CURRENTLY UNIDENTIFIED, PLEASE CLAIM IT. WE WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE.
Poland Recipe Book. Spring Pancakes with fruit or jam Ingredients: 250 g of flour 1 egg 250 ml of milk 50 ml of water ½ tablespoon of oil pinch of salt.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.