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Planning for Catering Practical

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Introduction

Ingredients List Grocer Green grocers Butchers Salt Bamboo shoots Chicken breast 10oz Corn flour Green pepper Corn oil Onion Soy sauce Root Ginger Red wine vinegar Garlic Soft brown sugar Small cauliflower Tomato puree Carrots Chicken stock Head Cabbage Black pepper Large Sweet pepper Vegetable oil Bean sprouts Flour Egg Seasoning salt Chicken seasoning Equipment List * Wok * Cooks Knife * Sieve * Teaspoon/Tablespoon * Scales * Chopping Board * Garlic crusher * Fork * Mixing bowls * Peeler * Blender * Wooden Spoon * Cooker/Stove * Pasta maker The dishes I am making: * Chicken chow mein * Sweet and sour chicken I have decided to cook a chicken chow mein and a sweet and sour chicken for the international assignment because even though chicken chow mein and sweet ...read more.

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Time Plan Time Method Special Hints 8:50-9:10 Mis-en-place ? 9:11-9:13 Cut up all meat and slice meat into strips (for sweet and sour) and bite-size pieces (for chow mein) and put on chicken seasoning, season all and black pepper. Separate chicken for the different dishes ? 9:14-9:16 Mix together the salt and cornflour and rub into chicken (for sweet & sour dish). Heat the oil in a wok or frying pan over moderate heat ? 9:17-9:22 Place the chicken in the wok, spreading it out in a single layer. Stir-fry for about 4 minutes until the chicken is cooked ? 9:23-9:24 Remove the chicken from the pan, put on an absorbent paper towel and set aside in a warm place ? ...read more.

Conclusion

9:36-9:45 Mix together ingredients for pasta and prepare to cook (flour, salt and egg). Boil pasta until tender in salted water, drain and cool. Fry pasta in hot oil until crisp ? 9:46-9.47 Return wok to the heat (Sweet & Sour). Add pepper, onion, garlic and ginger and stir-fry over moderate heat for 1 minute ? 9:48-9:53 Cook bite-size chicken in oil for 2 minutes: add carrot and cauliflower, cover and cook for 5 minutes (add 1/4 water if necessary) ? 9:54-9:57 Add rest of vegetables (bean sprouts, sweet peppers, garlic), stir well and cover and cook for 3 minutes. Add soy sauce to taste ? 10:01-10:05 Return chicken to the wok and mix well with the sauce to coat each piece. Cook for 1 minute then serve ? 10:06-10.10 Place noodles on platter and arrange chicken and vegetables on top ? ...read more.

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