Reading a Recipe and Measuring - Wasatch

Reading a Recipe and Measuring - Wasatch

Reading a Recipe and Measuring 1. List the FOUR parts of a recipe: 1. List and amounts of ingredients 2. Step-by-step instructions 3. Essential info about temperature and equipment 4. Number of servings 2. What are the EIGHT steps to following a recipe correctly? 1. 2. 3. 4.

5. Read the recipe carefully before beginning Check to see if you have all the ingredients Pre-heat the oven if needed Gather all equipment needed Complete preparation of specific ingredients (EX: Chopped Nuts, Melted Chocolate, etc.) 6. Measure exactly! 7. Mix carefully, following each direction 8. Bake or cook at temperature and time directed 3. What is the most important step and

why? #1! (Reading the recipe)-so you know what you need to do and what ingredients you need 4. Before cooking, you should wash your hands for at least how long? 20 seconds 5. What should you NEVER do when

measuring flour? Pack or tap the cup (it releases the air needed in the measurement) How should you measure flour instead? Spoon in the flour then level it off 6. What is the most efficient way to measure the following measurements of dry ingredients? 1/4 c. 4 Tbsp. = ___________________

1/2 c. + 1/4 c. 3/4 c. = ___________________ 1 Tbsp. 3 tsp. = ___________________ 1/8 c. = ___________________ 2 Tbsp.

7. When cutting a recipe in half, or when doubling a recipe: The cooking TEMPERATURE remains the same, but the SIZE of the cooking pan and the length of TIME will be affected. 8. When baking with a glass dish, you need to reduce (lower) the oven temperature by: 25

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