Unit 4 Key Terms

What is your favorite type of salad?
Fruit Salad
Green Salad
Vegetable Salad
None, salad is gross
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What is your favorite type of salad?
Fruit Salad
Green Salad
Vegetable Salad
None, salad is gross

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Unit 4
Salads, Casseroles, Soups & Herbs and Spices

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What are we going to learn?
  • Key Terms

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Salad Key Terms

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What is a salad
A single food or a mix of different food accompanied or bound by a dressing
Can contain meat, grains, fruit, nuts, or cheese and not lettuce
Can be an appetizer, second course, an entree, or more

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Salad Ingredients
The color, texture, and flavor of each salad ingredient should compliment those of the others, and the dressing should complement all the ingredients
Harmony is critical to a salad's success

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French Dressing
A temporary emulsion of oil and vinegar
Emulsion: when unblendable ingredients (fat and water) are forced into a creamy state though beating, blending, shaking, stirring, or whisking
Three parts of oil to one part of vinegar
3 cups of oil to 1 cup of vinegar
How to Make French Dressing

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A permament emulsion
Oil, vinegar, egg yolks, and agitation is curcial to achieve a proper emulsion
One egg yolk can emulsify about 7 oz. of oil
How to Make Mayonaise

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Emulsified Vinaigrette Dressings
A standard vinaigrette dressing emulsified with whole eggs
Thinner and lighter than mayonnaise-based dressing
Heavier than basic vinaigrette

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Types of Salads
Two Types of Green Salads
Tossed Salad
Placing the greens, garnishes (non-greens ingredients), and dressing in a large bowl and tossed to combined
Composed Salad
Arranging each of the ingredients on a plate in an artistic fashion

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More Types of Salads
Bound Salads
Cooked meats, poultry, fish, shellfish, pasta or potaotes bound with a dressing
Vegetable Salads
Cooked or raw vegetables or a combination of both
Fruit Salads
A combination of different fruit, sometimes combined with a sweet dressing

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A combination of foods prepared in a single dish

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Soup Key Terms

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What is soup?
It is primarily a liquid food, generally served warm or hot, that is made by combining ingredients of meat or vegetables with stock or water

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What is soup? (cont)
A soup is a rich-flavored stock or broth in which meat, poultry, or fish; vegetables; and seasoning have been cooked

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Types of Soup
Clear soup/consomme
Thick soup
Puree soup
Cold soups

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Foundations of Soup - Soup Stock
White Stock
Simmering chicken, veal, or beef bones in water with vegetables and seasonings
This stock is light in color

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Foundations of Soup - Soup Stock

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Foundations of Soup - Soup Stock

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