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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?
If you were going to make a some pajama pants, what would you want to use to show you have to make it?
A Pattern !
If you were going to make a cake what would you need in order to make the cake correctly?
What to look for… 1.What is being prepared 2.The number of servings it makes 3.List of ingredients 4.Amount of ingredients 5.Temperature for the oven 6.Mixing directions 7.Cooking directions 8.Cooking time
Helpful tips: 1.Read through the entire recipe first 2.Gather all the ingredients 3.Collect the utensils 4.Preheat the oven 5.Double check everything 6.Put ingredients away as you go & clean as you go!
Cooking Terms Match Complete in groups
#1- Mix foods lightly using a lifting motion with two forks or a fork and a spoon TOSS
#2- Remove the center of a fruit CORE
#3- Rub on a tool that separates or shreds the food into smaller pieces GRATE
#4- Mix ingredients using a circular motion until well-blended STIR
#5- Spread a thin layer of shortening or oil on a baking pan. Grease
#6- Beat rapidly and make light and airy WHIP
#7- Make a mixture smooth by stirring rapidly BEAT
#8- cut into small pieces with a knife CHOP
#9- Work or press dough with the palms of the hands. KNEAD
#10- Blend with a spoon or electric mixer until fluffy, light and well blended CREAM
#11- mix shortening and flour with a pastry blender or two knives CUT IN
#12- remove the peeling by using a knife or peeler PARE
#13- cook a liquid until bubbles rise continuously and break the surface BOIL
#14- cook in a small amount of fat SAUTE
#15- Gently combine two mixtures by cutting down through the center with a rubber scraper, across the bottom of the bowl and up and over close to the surface. FOLD