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 byMadeline Medina
Modified over 2 years ago
Measuring Techniques How to Measure Accurately Mrs. Woodward- Bingham HS
Wash Hands Wash hands for at least 20 Seconds
Assemble and Gather ingredients
Liquid Measuring Cup Looks like a small glass pitcher
Measurement by cup type Liquid Dry
When measuring liquid Place the cup on a Level or Flat surface and read the measurement at EYE level
Brown Sugar and Shortening Should be packed into the measuring Cup
Flour should NEVER be packed, but should be SPOONED into the measuring Cup
Sifted Flour Many recipes allow you to removed TWO tablespoons of Flour instead of sifting. To sift flour Sift first, then meaure.
Powdered Sugar To get lumps out of Powdered Sugar SIFT IT
Measuring Shortening by Liquid Displacement
Softening Brown Sugar Place Bread or Apple slice in the bag, or microwave for a short time.
One Stick or Butter Equals = ½ Cup
4 Sticks of Butter Equals = 1 pound
16 Tablespoons is One Cup =
Use Measuring Spoons When When Measuring 1/8 Cup or less
Use Most Efficient piece of Equipment Use ¼ Cup instead of 4 Tablespoons. To measure 1/8 Cup use 2 Tablespoons.
Measure ¾ Cup ¼ Cup + ½ Cup = 3/4 Cup
Never Measure Ingredients Over the Mixing Bowl
Crack Eggs into A Bowl You wont get shells in Mixing Bowl If Egg is bad, you can throw it away without wasting ingredients.
When Cutting Recipe in Half or Doubling Same Cooking Temperature Change or Different Amount of Ingredients Length of Cooking Time Size of pan
When Using Glass Baking Pans Reduce the Oven Temperature 25 Degrees.
Looks like a small glass pitcher Metal or plastic.
Reading a Recipe FOOD PREPARTION MANAGEMENT. D. Reading a Recipe and Measuring 1. List the FOUR parts of a recipe: 1. List and amounts of ingredients.
Measuring Ingredients Module 1: Kitchen Basics. Measuring Ingredients: Introduction To produce quality cooked and baked products, it is important to measure.
Chapter 39 Food Preparation Basics. Recipes for Success Recipes are road maps to successful food preparation. They provide you with all the information.
Microwave Apple Crisp. Ingredients: 2/3 cups all-purpose flour ½ c quick cooking oats 3 T. brown sugar (packed) ¼ tsp cinnamon ½ c (1 stick) margarine.
Jeopardy Using Recipes T/F Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Cooking Terms More Terms Random.
©2002 Learning Zone Express 1 = = Sara Jane Strecker, FACS Educator.
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.
Understanding Recipes What is a recipe? Set of directions for using ingredients, procedures and cooking instructions for a certain dish instructions must.
Using a Recipe and Types of Recipes Culinary Basics LSHS.
Getting Started in the Kitchen. Choosing a recipe Recipe: set of instructions for preparing a specific food Yield: number of average servings the recipe.
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.
1.02 C Work Plans 1 The secret for success!. Why use a work plan? It is important to use a work plan to help meal preparation run smoothly. To implement.
HOW TO WRITE A RECIPE Preparing for a TV show. 4 Main recipe components Title Yield, number of servings or piece count Ingredients Method of preparation.
Culinary Foundations I. Section Objectives Upon completing this section, you should be able to: Define and apply the concept of mise en place Demonstrate.
Soft Pretzels: A Language Experience Project By: Christy Roth.
Chocolate Chip Cookies. Ingredients: ½ cup butter (1 stick) 1/3 c. brown sugar (packed) 1/3 c. granulated sugar (white) 1 egg 1/ 2 t. vanilla 1 cup +
The 5 Parts of a Recipe Obj. F2.01 Remember recipe parts & resources.
4-H Foods Demonstrations Georgia 4-H. Recipe Selection: Choosing the right recipe is very important. Even if your techniques are perfect, you wont get.
U NDERSTANDING R ECIPES Prepared by: Ms. E. Leslie.
Peanut Butter Cookies 1 1/2 c Flour 1t. Baking Soda 1/2c. Butter 1/2c. Brown sugar 1/2c. Sugar 1/2c. Peanut Butter 1 Egg 1. What youre making.
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.
Standardized recipes provide a list and amounts of ingredients, yield, equipment needed, cooking time, cooking temperature, and sometimes the calorie.
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?
Parts of a Recipe. Name of Recipe Parts of a Recipe Temperature.
Chapter 13 Getting Started in the Kitchen Part 2 The Management of Food.
©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.
Love Sheila, Michael, & Yvonne Click the wine glass for Sheilas Recipes.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.