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Reading a Recipe (Grade 5)

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Reading a Recipe

1. 
Wash the tapioca and soak over night in cold water. Cook it and the stock together very gently for one hour. Cut the onion and celery into small pieces, and put on to cook for twenty minutes with the milk and mace. Strain on the tapioca and stock. Season with salt and pepper, add butter and serve.

What is the first step?
  1. Wash the tapioca
  2. Soak the tapioca over night
  3. Cook the tapioca
  4. Strain the tapioca
2. 
Wash the tapioca and soak over night in cold water. Cook it and the stock together very gently for one hour. Cut the onion and celery into small pieces, and put on to cook for twenty minutes with the milk and mace. Strain on the tapioca and stock. Season with salt and pepper, add butter and serve.

The final step is to add butter to the tapioca.
  1. True
  2. False
3. 
Wash the tapioca and soak over night in cold water. Cook it and the stock together very gently for one hour. Cut the onion and celery into small pieces, and put on to cook for twenty minutes with the milk and mace. Strain on the tapioca and stock. Season with salt and pepper, add butter and serve.

When do you cut the onion and celery?
  1. After cooking it for twenty minutes
  2. After cooking the tapioca and stock
  3. After washing the tapioca
  4. After straining the tapioca and stock
4. 
For each pie, take a tin plate half the size of an ordinary dinner plate. Butter it and cover the bottom with a puff pastry, as you do for pies. Lay on it five or six select oysters, or enough to cover the bottom. Butter them and season with a little salt and plenty of pepper. Spread over this an egg batter, and cover with a crust of the pastry, making small openings in it with a fork. Bake in a hot oven fifteen to twenty minutes, or until the top is nicely browned.

What do you do first with the tin pie plate?
  1. Put the puff pastry on the bottom
  2. Lay on it five or six select oysters
  3. Butter it
  4. Cover with a crust of the pastry
5. 
For each pie take a tin plate half the size of an ordinary dinner plate; butter it, and cover the bottom with a puff paste, as for pies; lay on it five or six select oysters, or enough to cover the bottom; butter them and season with a little salt and plenty of pepper; spread over this an egg batter, and cover with a crust of the paste, making small openings in it with a fork. Bake in a hot oven fifteen to twenty minutes, or until the top is nicely browned.

When do you add the oysters?
  1. After buttering the pie plate
  2. After adding the puff paste
  3. After spreading the egg batter
  4. After baking it in a hot oven
6. 
For each pie take a tin plate half the size of an ordinary dinner plate; butter it, and cover the bottom with a puff paste, as for pies; lay on it five or six select oysters, or enough to cover the bottom; butter them and season with a little salt and plenty of pepper; spread over this an egg batter, and cover with a crust of the paste, making small openings in it with a fork. Bake in a hot oven fifteen to twenty minutes, or until the top is nicely browned.

The final step is to bake in a hot oven.
  1. True
  2. False
7. 
Put a smooth, clean, iron frying pan on the fire to heat; meanwhile, beat four eggs very light, the whites to a stiff froth and the yolks to a thick batter. Add to the yolks four tablespoonfuls of milk, pepper and salt; and, lastly, stir in the whites lightly. Put a piece of butter nearly half the size of an egg into the heated pan; turn it so that it will moisten the entire bottom, taking care that it does not scorch. Just as it begins to boil, pour in the eggs. Hold the frying pan handle in your left hand, and, as the eggs whiten, carefully, with a spoon, draw up lightly from the bottom, letting the raw part run out on the pan, till all be equally cooked; shake with your left hand, till the omelet be free from the pan, then turn with a spoon one half of the omelet over the other; let it remain a moment, but continue shaking, lest it adhere; toss to a warm platter held in the right hand, or lift with a flat, broad shovel; the omelet will be firm around the edge, but creamy and light inside.

What do you do first?
  1. Beat four eggs
  2. Add butter to the frying pan
  3. Put a frying pan on the fire
  4. Shake the pan
8. 
Put a smooth, clean, iron frying pan on the fire to heat; meanwhile, beat four eggs very light, the whites to a stiff froth and the yolks to a thick batter. Add to the yolks four tablespoonfuls of milk, pepper and salt; and, lastly, stir in the whites lightly. Put a piece of butter nearly half the size of an egg into the heated pan; turn it so that it will moisten the entire bottom, taking care that it does not scorch. Just as it begins to boil, pour in the eggs. Hold the frying pan handle in your left hand, and, as the eggs whiten, carefully, with a spoon, draw up lightly from the bottom, letting the raw part run out on the pan, till all be equally cooked; shake with your left hand, till the omelet be free from the pan, then turn with a spoon one half of the omelet over the other; let it remain a moment, but continue shaking, lest it adhere; toss to a warm platter held in the right hand, or lift with a flat, broad shovel; the omelet will be firm around the edge, but creamy and light inside.

When do you add the eggs?
  1. After putting in the butter
  2. After the butter begins to boil
  3. After putting the pan on the fire
  4. After shaking the pan
9. 
If vegetables are to be added, they should be already cooked, seasoned and hot; place in the centre of the omelet, just before turning; so with mushroom, shrimps, or any cooked ingredients. All omelets should be served the moment they are done, as they harden by standing, and care taken that they do not cook too much.

What do you do before adding vegetables?
  1. Cook them
  2. Cook the eggs
  3. Get the pan hot
  4. Add butter
10. 
If vegetables are to be added, they should be already cooked, seasoned and hot; place in the center of the omelet, just before turning; so with mushroom, shrimps, or any cooked ingredients. All omelets should be served the moment they are done, as they harden by standing, and care taken that they do not cook too much.

You should let an omelet sit before serving it.
  1. True
  2. False
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