Getting the Most From Your Recipe - Weebly

Getting the Most From Your Recipe - Weebly

Getting the Most From Your Recipe How To Follow a Recipe Before you start, read the recipe from start to finish so there are no surprises. Preheat the oven to the correct temperature so that it is ready when you need it. Before actually starting to cook or bake, gather all the necessary ingredients

and equipment. Prepare the ingredients according to the directions in the ingredients list. For determining doneness, always rely first on the recipes sensory descriptor, such as cook until golden brown. Consider any times given in a recipe merely as a guide for when to start checking doneness. Ingredients Unless otherwise noted, assume that . . . eggs are large (about 60ml [2oz]) flour is unbleached, all-purpose (dont sift unless

directed to do so) sugar is white, granulated (table sugar) fresh herbs, greens, and lettuces are washed and dried garlic, onions, and fresh ginger are peeled Watch Those Modifiers! A recipe ingredient list contains words such as diced and chopped that tell you how to prepare each ingredient for the recipe. However, what you may not realize is that the placement of these

preparation modifiers in the ingredient line is as important as the modifier itself. For example: 1 cup rice, cooked: measure out a cup of rice, and then cook it 1 cup cooked rice: measure out a cup of already cooked rice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCkOsVMFO4o Recipe Components Specific Ingredients

listed in order of use includes how to prepare them (eg., cheddar cheese, grated) Exact Amounts includes units (metric, Imperial, or both) Directions step by step instructions

Temperature and Cooking Time you are often instructed to preheat at the beginning of directions use the cooking time as a guideline; check often for doneness Recipe Components Yield

amount that will be produced by the recipe may be in number of servings Nutritional Information number of calories, fat content, etc. Variations/Suggestions

ingredient substitutions (ie., substitute blueberries for chocolate chips) additional ingredients (ie., optional ingredients) serving suggestions (ie., serve with warm bread) Recipe Formats

Standard Format most common format takes up the least space ingredient list is a quick reference to determine if they are on hand ingredient list is listed in order of use easy to follow step by step instructions follow ingredient list

Recipe Formats Narrative Format written in paragraph form, giving ingredients along with method works well for short recipes with few ingredients

Recipe Formats Active Format step by step method that is easy to follow takes up more space checking ingredients is not as easy as in standard format

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