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Home economics. Time plan for a 3 course meal

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Starter- Chickpea Soup Main course- Mediterranean Fish Stew and Rice Dessert- Chocolate Muffins and Chocolate Custard Side Dish- Rustic Bread Breakfast Dish- Fruit Granola Time Method Reminder 00:00-00:10 Collect all equipment and ingredients wash hands and wash cooking area. 00:10-00:20 Begin preparing fruit, vegetables for all dishes Wash all vegetables thoroughly. Preheat oven to 200oC 00:20-00:30 Mix together 1 tsp yeast, 250g flour and 1 /2 tsp salt. Add tbsp of olive oil and gradually add 200ml water to make dough. Knead dough on a floured surface for 4-5 minutes. Add rosemary. 00:30-00:40 Cut into 8 pieces and roll out. Place breads on baking sheet. Scatter with rosemary, season with salt, pepper and olive oil. Bake for 10 minutes. ...read more.


Combine and make a well. Beat milk, an egg and oil together in a measuring jug. Pour into well and stir to make a batter. Spoon into muffin tin and bake for 15 minutes. Use fork to combine. Place on top shelf of oven. 01:10-01:20 Heat oil, honey and maple syrup in a pan. Mix oats, puffed rice and sesame seeds in a large mixing bowl. Pour over honey mix and tip onto baking tray. Bake for 15 minutes. Turn down oven. Place underneath muffins. 01:20-01:30 Take tray from oven, leave to cool and break up. Remove muffins from oven and leave to cool. ...read more.


Put cod and prawns into stew. Add corn flour and water mixture. Finely chop parsley and add mange tout. 01:50-02:00 Separate 3 eggs and put the egg whites into a heat proof bowl. Add 70g caster sugar and half a vanilla pod. Add cocoa powder. Put boiling water into pan a put onto hob. Stir to combine. Put heat proof bowl over water and mix until thick. Boil kettle. 02:00-02:10 Pour soup into separate bowls and serve along side the bread. Place rice in small serving bowl along side the bowl of stew and bread. 02:10-02:20 Put chocolate custard in ramekin dish and place muffins around the ramekin dish. Put granola mixture into bowl and serve with Greek yogurt and fresh raspberries. 02:20-02:30 Clean up working equipment and area and fix presentation of dishes. ...read more.

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This is a very detailed plan of the dishes that are being prepared. it includes hygiene considerations as well as specific timings. To improve this plan it would be a good idea to be more specific with the amounts of each ingredient needed ****

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