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When scaling a recipe up from four servings to seventeen servings, the scaled up measure of the original 1/4 cup (60 ml) cocoa will be                           2 cups + 1 tsp (255 ml)                           of cocoa.
To find the conversion factor when scaling a recipe, the first step is to          divide          the desired number of servings by the            original            number of servings in a recipe.
When scaling a recipe down from twelve servings to eight servings, the scaled down measure of the original 2 cups (250 ml) of flour will be                       1 1/3 cups (330 ml)                       of flour.
When scaling a recipe up from six servings to fifteen servings, the scaled up measure of the original 1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) of cinnamon will be                      1 1/4 tsp (6.2 ml)                      of cinnamon.
Once you've calculated the conversion factor, you then            multiply            each ingredient quantity by that factor.
When scaling a recipe down from ten servings to six servings, the scaled down measure of the original 2 quarts (1.9 liters) of vegetable stock will be                            38.4 ounces (1.1 liters)                            of vegetable stock.
To begin scaling a recipe, you need to calculate the                     conversion factor                     , the number necessary to convert the quantity of each              ingredient              in the recipe.
Food science is the study of how food and cooking work.
1. True
2. False
When scaling a recipe down from ten servings to six servings, the conversion factor is       0.6      .
A valuable time saving habit that should have first priority when cooking is to                   read the recipe                   thoroughly and for understanding before starting to prep ingredients.
Grade 10 Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Identify the small appliance that is best suited for cooking at low temperatures for a long period of time.
1. microwave oven
2. toaster oven
3. crockpot or slow cooker
4. electric skillet
Identify the boiling point of water using the Fahrenheit scale.
1. 100 degrees F
2. 162 degrees F
3. 212 degrees F
4. 245 degrees F
When scaling a recipe up from ten servings to 14 servings, the conversion factor is       1.4      .
To avoid too much gluten activation, do not            over-mix            dough when baking.
If you suspect your oven temperature guide is unreliable, purchase an                    oven thermometer                    for accurate baking temperatures.
The French term for setting up all your ingredients before you start mixing and baking is                 mise en place                .
Identify the freezing point of water using the Fahrenheit scale.
1. 32 degrees F
2. 42 degrees F
3. 22 degrees F
4. 52 degrees F
Roux is made with what two ingredients?
1. Milk and Water
2. Butter and Flour
3. Oil and Water
4. Salt and Butter