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Colander Used to drain liquid from solid foods
Cookie Sheet Also called a baking sheet To bake cookies or other foods on
Cooling Racks To cool baked goods on
Custard Cup Hold small amounts of measured ingredients until ready to use in lab. Bakes custard
Cutting Board Used to protect counter tops and table tops when cutting foods
Dry Measuring Cups Used to measure dry ingredients
Liquid Measuring Cup Used to measure liquid ingredients
Measuring Spoons Used to measure small amounts of liquid, dry, or solid ingredients
Metal Spatula To level off dry ingredients when measuring
Mixing Bowls Used to mix ingredients in
Muffin Pan To bake muffins or cupcakes in
Paring Knife To peel or pare fruits or vegetables
Pastry Blender To blend or “cut-in” flour and fat to make a pastry dough
Pot Holders / Oven Mitts To protect hands from hot pans Pot Holders
Rubber Scraper / Spatula Used to scrape the sides of a bowl or dish Used to “fold in” delicate ingredients
Sauce Pan To cook or boil liquid foods Long handle, deep pan with a lid
Skillet To fry foods in Shallow, long handle pan
Tongs To lift or turn food
Turner or Flipper Used to turn or flip foods
Peeler Used to thinly peel the skin off of vegetables or fruits
Whisk To beat or create air in a mixture
Wooden Spoon Used to stir, beat, or mix with Protects hands from heat transfer when cooking hot items
Electric Hand Mixer A plug in appliance used to beat, mix, cream or blend ingredients
Cooking Pot To boil or cook large amounts of liquid foods Two short handles
Pastry Brush To spread butter or sauces on food
Strainer (Seive) Used to strain solid from liquids Used to sift flour or other dry ingredients
Grater To shred or grate food
Baking Pans / Casserole Dish 9x13 and 8x8 To bake square cakes, desserts, or casseroles
Loaf Pan Rectangular metal or glass pan for baking cakes, breads, and meatloaf.
Round Baking Pans To bake layers of cakes
Pie Pan Shallow dish/pan, used to bake pies in
Rolling Pin To flatten dough or crush food to make crumbs
Egg Separator To separate the yolk from the white of an egg
Tray Used to carry supplies back to lab
Kitchen Shears To open food packages or cut foods Very sharp and stronger than scissors
Flatware Utensils we eat with that are not made of silver
Ladle Used to remove liquid or liquid foods from pans
Can Opener To open the tops of can foods
Pizza Cutter To cut pizza slices
Standard Mixer Kitchen Aid Plug in appliance used to mix, beat, blend, or combine Used for cookie dough, cake batter, or bread dough
Kitchen Equipment. Cutting board Protects the counter when using knives.
Kitchen Utensils. Cooling rack: Used to cool off baked goods.
Kitchen Equipment and Utensils. Kitchen Equipment.
Culinary Tools & Equipment. Definitions Do NOT use the utensil name in the definition…rarely you will have to. If ever asked to define a word in this.
BAKEWARE Containers used to cook food in an oven.
Kitchen Utensils and Techniques. Tongs Tongs are used to pull hot foods from pots and pans. They can also be used in salads.
Kitchen Equipment & Floor Plan Foods I. 1. Wooden Spoon Function: to stir food.
Kitchen Equipment Unit Mixing Bowls To mix foods.
Basic Kitchen Tools and Utensils. Large Appliances Refrigerators-may have the freezer on the top, on the bottom, or on the side – Some are self-defrosting.
Basic Kitchen Tools and Equipment. Spatulas There are many types of spatulas. In your kitchen unit you have the following spatulas Cooking spatulaCooking.
Basic Kitchen Equipment Their Uses and Storage Areas ** Use this presentation to help you complete your equipment pages in your class work packet if you.
Kitchen Utensils Utensil a hand-held, hand- powered tool used to prepare food.
Food Lab Equipment BINGO. Rubber Scraper Used to remove soft or liquid ingredients entirely from a bowl or container.
Kitchen Tools. Large Appliances Major Appliances (Large kitchen equipment) Range (Stove): Large kitchen appliance used to cook or heat food and is.
EQUIPMENT What does ‘that’ do??. WOODEN SPOON Used for stirring sauces or other hot liquids on the stovetop Different sizes Do not allow to soak in dishwater.
DO YOU KNOW YOUR… KITCHEN EQUIPMENT. Jelly Roll Pan/ Baking Sheet.
Identifying Kitchen Utensils Ms. Cilurzo. Dry Measuring Cups Use: Measures dry ingredients Ex: Flour, Sugar, Brown Sugar, Solid Fats.
Kitchen Equipment Plus a little…. Major Appliances ApplianceFuel Can Be: StoveGas or Electric OvenGas or Electric MicrowaveElectric.
Kitchen Equipment Plus a little…. Label the Equipment! Identify & Label : Rolling pin, wooden spoon, vegetable peeler, pastry blender, straight edge spatula,
Lab Equipment Today’s Warm-Up: – In your notebooks write:
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. Bread or Serrated Knife A saw-tooth knife for cutting bread.
Kitchen equipment can be categorized into 6 categories according to their uses: CUTTING MEASURING MIXING BAKING/COOKING RANGE OVEN DRAINING.
1 Part 2 Equipment Page Kitchen Tools Have the right tool for the job A few tools are essential Most basics are relatively inexpensive.
Bread Knife– serrated or saw tooth edge for cutting bread Colander– Used for draining liquid from larger foods such as pasta Cutting Board – used to.
Dry Measuring Cups To measure dry ingredients like flour, sugar, brown sugar, etc.
Kitchen Equipment Strainer Drain liquid from food.
Click to begin. Equipment Jeopardy!! Click here for Final Jeopardy.
Wooden Spoon Stir hot foods on top of the stove and mix batters and doughs.
Basic Kitchen Devices and Functions. Utensils A kitchen utensil is a hand-held tool used to prepare food Can you think of any kitchen utensils? Make sure.
Kitchen Equipment The Right Tool for the Right Job.
What The Heck Is It?!? Kitchen Lab Equipment. Bread Knife.
Dry Measuring Cups Used to measure dry ingredients ONLY Ex: Sugar, Flour, Brown Sugar.
Kitchen Equipment and Utensils Final Exam Study Guide.
VOCABULARY Kitchen Equipment. Tuesday Find Folder Sit in assigned seat ready for announcements What are you looking forward to most this week!?
Equipment & Terms. Measuring & Equivalents Review Statements Brown sugar – pack it into the cup (like wet sand) Brown sugar – pack it into the cup (like.
Kitchen Utensils Cutting Board: Used to protect countertop when cutting Serrated Knife: “Knife with teeth” that cuts bread and tomatoes.
. Utensils- small kitchen tools Mixing Utensils o Mixing bowls- hold ingredients that you mix o Pastry blenders- cut shortening into flour for piecrusts.
Chapter 10 Kitchen Utensils. Measuring Tools Liquid Measuring Cups –measure milk, water, oil, and other liquid ingredients. Dry Measuring Cups –measure.
Cleaver: - used to cut through thick meats and bones Examples – cutting chicken, spare ribs Paring Knife: - knife with a short blade used to remove skin.
KITCHEN UTENSILS AND EQUIPMENT. Why learn these kitchen utensils? Using the right tool for the job makes a carpenter’s work easier. They would not be.
We are Organized!. Drawer #1 First placemats Drawer #2 Protects Hot pads Cooling Rack Cutting Board.
1. 2 Learning the Basics What you need to know before you cook! Know Your Kitchen –Appliances, Tools & Equipment How to Follow a Recipe –Measuring & Abbreviations.
Kitchen Equipment What they are and how we use them.
Kitchen Equipment Finding the Right Tool for the Job.
Kitchen Equipment 1. The names and uses of various kinds of utensils 2. Names and uses of various types of cookware 3. Small kitchen appliances that make.
Equipment & Terms Measuring & Equivalents Review Statements Brown sugar – pack it into the cup. Brown sugar – pack it into the cup. Flour – stir, spoon.
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