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26 terms
Home Ec. Cooking Vocabulary
liquid measuring cup
dry measuring cup
measuring spoons
wooden spoon
liquid measuring cup
dry measuring cup
13 terms
Home Ec. Cooking Words
peel
fold
mix
beat
to take off the outside skin using your fingers or a knife
gently mix ingredients with a spatula
to combine ingredients by stirring or beating them
stir quickly until ingredients are smooth
peel
to take off the outside skin using your fingers or a knife
fold
gently mix ingredients with a spatula
Home ec cooking chapter
Beat
Cream
Fold
Whip
Use this technique to add air to foods, as in beating eggs. W…
Use a spoon, beater or mixer to combine ingredients until sof…
Use a rubber scraper to gently combine ingredients in a delic…
Use a wire whisk, rotary beater, or electric mixer to whip... In…
Beat
Use this technique to add air to foods, as in beating eggs. W…
Cream
Use a spoon, beater or mixer to combine ingredients until sof…
54 terms
Home Ec Cooking Terms
bake
boil
braise
broil
to cook w dry heat, usually in an oven
to heat a liquid until bubbles rise constantly to the surface
combines browning and simmering
cook by direct heat by placing food under heat source
bake
to cook w dry heat, usually in an oven
boil
to heat a liquid until bubbles rise constantly to the surface
36 terms
Home Ec cooking
3 t
1/4 c
1/3c
2 pt.
1T
4T
5 1/3 T
1 qt.
3 t
1T
1/4 c
4T
Home Ec cooking
3 t
1/4 c
1/3c
2 pt.
1T
4T
5 1/3 T
1 qt.
3 t
1T
1/4 c
4T
HOME EC. cooking test
Measuring cups come in what 4 sizes?
Standard measuring spoons come in what…
Measuring spoons are used when measuri…
What is the abbreviation of a tablespo…
1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/4 cup
Tablespoon, teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon 1/4 teaspoon
1/4 cup
Tbs., T., Tbsp.
Measuring cups come in what 4 sizes?
1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/4 cup
Standard measuring spoons come in what…
Tablespoon, teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon 1/4 teaspoon
Home ec (cooking)
What should you wear while cooking
What should you always do before cooking
Remember to cover cuts and bring all o…
Remember 1KG = 1000g 1L=1000ml
Clean and protective clothing
Tie back your hair and wash your hands
...
...
What should you wear while cooking
Clean and protective clothing
What should you always do before cooking
Tie back your hair and wash your hands
Home EC Cooking Terms
Bake
Batter
Beat, Blend, Combine
Boil
To cook in an oven
A flour-liquid mixture
To mix two or more ingredients together to form a smooth mixt…
Cook in hot liquid until bubbles come to the top of the liquid
Bake
To cook in an oven
Batter
A flour-liquid mixture
15 terms
Home Ec. Cooking Vocab
Roast
Broil
Boil
Steam
A form of dry cooking in which you cook large pieces of meat…
(Dry) To cook food directly under a heat source.
(Wet) Heating liquid to a high temperature so that the food w…
(Wet) To cook food over boiling water rather than in it.
Roast
A form of dry cooking in which you cook large pieces of meat…
Broil
(Dry) To cook food directly under a heat source.
19 terms
Home ec cooking terms
Slice
Chop
Dice
Mince
To cut into thin,broad pieces, such as carrot rounds
To cut square,chunky pieces, roughly the same size
To cut into 1/4 inch cubes
To chop or cut into very fine pieces
Slice
To cut into thin,broad pieces, such as carrot rounds
Chop
To cut square,chunky pieces, roughly the same size
Home ec cooking terms
Blend
Grate
Bake
Stir
Stir until ingrediants are completely mixed
Rub back and forth on a grater to make smaller pieces
Cook in the oven by dry heat
Move ingredients in a circular motion
Blend
Stir until ingrediants are completely mixed
Grate
Rub back and forth on a grater to make smaller pieces
55 terms
Home Ec cooking
3 t
1/4 c
1/3c
2 pt.
1T
4T
5 1/3 T
1 qt.
3 t
1T
1/4 c
4T
Home ec cooking terminology
Blanch
Cut-in
Snip
Chill
To partially cook friuts vegetables or nuts in boiling water…
To work a solid fat such as shortening, margerine, or butter…
To cut fod often fresh herbs with kitchen shears into very sm…
Chill to cool a food below room temperature in the fridge
Blanch
To partially cook friuts vegetables or nuts in boiling water…
Cut-in
To work a solid fat such as shortening, margerine, or butter…
57 terms
Home ec cooking
wooden spoon
ladle
tongs
serrated
spoon used to stir foods while cooking
A large spoon for serving soups
tool for turning meat without piercing
A bread knife should have a _Edge
wooden spoon
spoon used to stir foods while cooking
ladle
A large spoon for serving soups
8 terms
home ec cooking terms
cube
dice
dot
fold
cut into pieces about 1/4-1/2 inch on all sides
cut into very small pieces of same size and shape
put some small pieces of an ingredient, usually cheese or but…
mix ingredients gently with a rubber spatula or spoon
cube
cut into pieces about 1/4-1/2 inch on all sides
dice
cut into very small pieces of same size and shape
44 terms
Home Ec Cooking Terms
Chop
Mince
Cube
Dice
Cut food into small irregular pieces
Chop food into pieces that are as small as possible
Cut into evenly shaped pieces about 1/2 inch on each side
...
Chop
Cut food into small irregular pieces
Mince
Chop food into pieces that are as small as possible
37 terms
Home Ec Cooking terms
bake
beat
boil
broil
cook in the oven
Mix very fast
cook until liquid is bubbling and steaming
cook by direct heat, usually under heating unit in oven
bake
cook in the oven
beat
Mix very fast
29 terms
Cooking Terms Home Ec.
bake
batter
beat
blend
cook in the oven
thin mixture that can by poured or dropped, also a coating fo…
mix very fast with a spoon, fork, or electric mixer
combine all ingredients until smooth
bake
cook in the oven
batter
thin mixture that can by poured or dropped, also a coating fo…
13 terms
Home Ec Cooking Vocabulary
measuring jug
rubber spatula
wooden spoon
slotted spoon
measuring jug
rubber spatula
Home Ec cooking
Boiling
Poaching
Stewing
Steaming
Cooking food rapidly in bubbling water in a saucepan ... Advanta…
Cooking food in water that is barely bubbling... Advantage : low…
Cooking food slowly in a little liquid in a covered container…
Cooking food in steam rising from boiling water
Boiling
Cooking food rapidly in bubbling water in a saucepan ... Advanta…
Poaching
Cooking food in water that is barely bubbling... Advantage : low…
Cooking food - home ec
Cooking definition
Reasons for cooking food
Changes that happen when food is cooked
Overcooking causes...
Cooking involves applying heat to food, although many foods c…
To kill bacteria ,making the food safe to eat... To improve the…
Colour changes... Bacteria are destroyed... Flavours are developed…
Vitamins and minerals are lost... Fuel wastage... Spoilage of colou…
Cooking definition
Cooking involves applying heat to food, although many foods c…
Reasons for cooking food
To kill bacteria ,making the food safe to eat... To improve the…
19 terms
Home ec . Cooking Vocabulay
wooden spoon
measuring jug
measuring spoons
rolling pin
wooden spoon
measuring jug
11 terms
Home ec cooking
guide to healthy eating
danger zone
food contamination
3 ways food can be contaminated
grains,veges, meat, fruit, dairy
5-60
when raw food come into contact with cooked food
physical,chemical,microrganisms
guide to healthy eating
grains,veges, meat, fruit, dairy
danger zone
5-60
23 terms
Home Ec cooking
Sugars
Fats
5 Australian dietary guidelines
Whole foods
Sucrose (chemical name), honey, fructose, malt/maltose, gluco…
Vegetable oil, ghee, suet/dripping, coconut/coconut cream, ve…
1. To achieve and maintain a healthy weight, be physically ac…
Food that has been processed or refined as little as possible…
Sugars
Sucrose (chemical name), honey, fructose, malt/maltose, gluco…
Fats
Vegetable oil, ghee, suet/dripping, coconut/coconut cream, ve…
Cooking food - home ec
Cooking definition
Reasons for cooking food
Changes that happen when food is cooked
Overcooking causes...
Cooking involves applying heat to food, although many foods c…
To kill bacteria ,making the food safe to eat... To improve the…
Colour changes... Bacteria are destroyed... Flavours are developed…
Vitamins and minerals are lost... Fuel wastage... Spoilage of colou…
Cooking definition
Cooking involves applying heat to food, although many foods c…
Reasons for cooking food
To kill bacteria ,making the food safe to eat... To improve the…
21 terms
Home ec cooking
What is food preservation?
What causes food deterioration?
What 3 factor causes chemical and phys…
What are the processes designed to pre…
Food preservation involves preventing the growth of bacteria,…
Reaction with oxygen and/or light, time, physical stress or a…
Environment (changes in temperature, exposure to light), enzy…
Chemical method, preservation by vinegar, preservation by sug…
What is food preservation?
Food preservation involves preventing the growth of bacteria,…
What causes food deterioration?
Reaction with oxygen and/or light, time, physical stress or a…
12 terms
Home Ec:Starting to Cook
Name 3 things to do before you cook?
Name 3 things to do while you cook?
Name 3 things to do after you cook?
What are dry,solid foods weighed in an…
Wear clean protective clothing,tie back hair,cover any cuts
Follow your recipe step by step,avoid wasting food,do not lic…
Clean up properly,stack and wash dirty utensils,ensure all eq…
Grams and kilograms and a weighing scale
Name 3 things to do before you cook?
Wear clean protective clothing,tie back hair,cover any cuts
Name 3 things to do while you cook?
Follow your recipe step by step,avoid wasting food,do not lic…
36 terms
Home ec Cook Test
Who cleans mixer
dries and puts away dishpan
gets any food or equipment
cleans counter tops and tables
cleaner
drier
cook
assistant cook
Who cleans mixer
cleaner
dries and puts away dishpan
drier
11 terms
home ec test to cook
What are the 5 most common accidents t…
Why should knives be washed separately…
How do you pick up tiny pieces of brok…
How do you keep flammable items safe i…
Cuts, Burns, Falls, Electrical shock, Poisoning
You can not see them in soapy water
A damp/wet paper towe
Keep them away from fire/ heat sources
What are the 5 most common accidents t…
Cuts, Burns, Falls, Electrical shock, Poisoning
Why should knives be washed separately…
You can not see them in soapy water
Home ec cooking terminology 2
Pre-heat
Dice
Steam
Stew
To heat an oven or utensil to a temperature before using it
To cut into uniform pieces, usually 1/8 to 1:4 inch on all si…
To cook a food in vapor given off by boiling water
To cook a food for a long time until tender, usually in a cov…
Pre-heat
To heat an oven or utensil to a temperature before using it
Dice
To cut into uniform pieces, usually 1/8 to 1:4 inch on all si…
COOKING TERMS [home ec test]
To mix using a hard and quick over and…
to mix two or more ingredients togethe…
to cook in a little hot fat until the…
to use a spoon or brush to spread liqu…
beat
blend
brown
brush
To mix using a hard and quick over and…
beat
to mix two or more ingredients togethe…
blend
53 terms
Gr.8 Home ec (cooking)
Calorie
Carbohydrate
Starch:
Sugar
the way of measuring an amount of energy or heat in a known q…
(CH2O) supply energy. It is the main or preferred type of ene…
Long chains of sugar that must be broken down. Tastes bland.…
Used as an immediate source of energy. Usually tastes sweet.
Calorie
the way of measuring an amount of energy or heat in a known q…
Carbohydrate
(CH2O) supply energy. It is the main or preferred type of ene…
Home EC Laws of the Cooking Land
The floor by the wall.
heat the oven IMMEDIATELY
hair
instructions from the teacher
Place belongings on ___________________.
Always______________________________________upon arriving if…
Pull _____________ back.
Quietly wait for _________________________________.
The floor by the wall.
Place belongings on ___________________.
heat the oven IMMEDIATELY
Always______________________________________upon arriving if…
Home EC Laws of the Cooking Land
-ALL BELONGINGS... -center table
-Dish cloths... -Dish towels
-1/2 full... -4-6 drops
-empty rinsing sink
________________________ (backpacks/purses/binders/books) sto…
_________________________ are used to wash. _________________…
Fill sinks only ________________ of water and add ___________…
Place the drying rack beside the _____________________________.
-ALL BELONGINGS... -center table
________________________ (backpacks/purses/binders/books) sto…
-Dish cloths... -Dish towels
_________________________ are used to wash. _________________…
31 terms
Home Ec Theory Exam (Cooking)
BMR?
What is BMR?
BMR differs depending on?
Who does it affect the most?
Basal Metabolic Rate
The amount of energy the body needs to function
Size, gender, activity levels, build and age
Males and muscly people
BMR?
Basal Metabolic Rate
What is BMR?
The amount of energy the body needs to function
Home Ec Carbohydrates used in cooking
Wheat
Oats
Rice
Maize (sweetcorn)
- can be plain, self raising of wholemeal... - used for bread, b…
- breakfast cereals such as muesli and porridge... - flapjacks,…
- long grain -> usually boiled and served with savoury dishes…
- cobs can be boiled and eaten as a vegetable... - can be used t…
Wheat
- can be plain, self raising of wholemeal... - used for bread, b…
Oats
- breakfast cereals such as muesli and porridge... - flapjacks,…
23 terms
7th Grade Home Ec Cooking Terms
Julienne
Whip
Melt
Cream
To cut into long, thin strips
To beat rapidly until the mixture is fluffy
To heat a solid food until it becomes a liquid
To blend in ingredients until they are soft and smooth
Julienne
To cut into long, thin strips
Whip
To beat rapidly until the mixture is fluffy
Cooking terms: Home Ec Test 1
Bake
Beat
Boil
Broil
Cook in the oven
Mix very fast with a spoon, beater, or fork
Cook over high heat until liquid is bubbling and steaming
Cool by direct heat, usually under heating unit in oven
Bake
Cook in the oven
Beat
Mix very fast with a spoon, beater, or fork
41 terms
Cooking Terms, Abbreviations, and Equivalents - Home Ec 2017
baste
bread
cream
cut in
to spoon liquid over food while it is cooking, prevents from…
to coat with bread crumbs alone or to first coat with beaten…
to soften and make creamy by beating with mixer
to combine solid shortening with flour by repeated cuts throu…
baste
to spoon liquid over food while it is cooking, prevents from…
bread
to coat with bread crumbs alone or to first coat with beaten…
Home EC Cooking Lab Safety Rules
The meaning of 'Hazard'
What do you not wear in a cooking lab…
What do you wear when cooking and what…
What do you do before you start to cook?
an item or situation that can cause an accident
Bulky or flowing clothing
An apron, and pull long hair back.
Wash your hands
The meaning of 'Hazard'
an item or situation that can cause an accident
What do you not wear in a cooking lab…
Bulky or flowing clothing
38 terms
HOME EC
Al dente
au gratin
Au just
au lait
perfectly cooked (pasta)
French term browned topping
roasted poulty/meat in natural juice
w milk
Al dente
perfectly cooked (pasta)
au gratin
French term browned topping
Home Ec
Protein
Essential amino acids
Complete protein
Incomplete protein
Important nutrient for growth and maintenance of body tissues
Must be supplied to the body through certain foods
Contains an adequate amount of all the essential amino acids
Lacks one or more of the essential amino acids
Protein
Important nutrient for growth and maintenance of body tissues
Essential amino acids
Must be supplied to the body through certain foods
20 terms
Home Ec Unit 13
Egg
Salt
sugar
baking powder
adds flavor, tenderness, color, and lightness to the baked pr…
Enhances flavor and strengthens the guten
makes the baked products more tender and delicate and aids in…
common leavening agent
Egg
adds flavor, tenderness, color, and lightness to the baked pr…
Salt
Enhances flavor and strengthens the guten
Home ec
Pinch, dash few grains
3 teaspoons
1/4 cup
4 tablespoons
Less than 1/8 teaspoon
1 tablespoon
4 tablespoons
2 ounces
Pinch, dash few grains
Less than 1/8 teaspoon
3 teaspoons
1 tablespoon
13 terms
Home ec
Composition
Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates function
Proteins
Compositions are made with two or more simple sugars
Sugars : fruit , honey , ice cream , sweets ... Starches: potato…
Heat and energy ... Fibre foods fill you up ... Fibre prevents cons…
Are made up of amino acids
Composition
Compositions are made with two or more simple sugars
Carbohydrates
Sugars : fruit , honey , ice cream , sweets ... Starches: potato…
Home Ec
Straight Grain
Notches
Seam
One way design
Line parallel to the salvage
To be used on a concave cure; triangular clips in the fabric…
When two layers of fabric of fabric are held together by stit…
When a pattern can only go one way
Straight Grain
Line parallel to the salvage
Notches
To be used on a concave cure; triangular clips in the fabric…
37 terms
Home ec
Healthy eating guidelines
5 portions
Vegetables
A portion
Fruit and veg every day
Important in our diet because
Is a part of a whole
Healthy eating guidelines
5 portions
Fruit and veg every day
Home Ec
Sweateners
Eggs
Flavouring
Flour
Give flavour and help to brown the crust
Make baked goods tender add flavour and can help bind ingredi…
Adds flavour
Provide protein and starch that make the structure of the bak…
Sweateners
Give flavour and help to brown the crust
Eggs
Make baked goods tender add flavour and can help bind ingredi…
13 terms
Home EC
Carbohydrates
Fiber
Protiens
Fats
Provides energy... In bread
Helps digestion... In popcorn and brown rice
Helps build and repair body tissue... In beef and cheese
Stores energy... Egg yolk
Carbohydrates
Provides energy... In bread
Fiber
Helps digestion... In popcorn and brown rice
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