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Learning Outcome 1
Prepare Stocks
for Required Menu
Items
OBJECTIVES
• Define Stocks
• Classify different types of Stocks
• List the ingredients use in making stocks
LESSON 1 PREPARE STOCKS,
SAUCES AND SOUPS
• Principles of Preparing Stocks
• Stocks- are among the most basic
preparations...
It is a flavorful liquid prepared by
simmering meaty bones from meat
or poultry, seafood and/or
vegetables in water with a...
- a clear, thin liquid flavored by
soluble substances extracted from
meat, poultry, and fish; and their
bones, and from ve...
Activity 1
• What are the different types of Stocks
Classification of Stocks
Chicken
stock –made
from the
chicken
bones.
White stock –
made from
beef or veal
bones.
Brown stock –
made from beef
or veal bones
that have been
browned in an
oven.
Fish stock –
made from fish
bones and
trimmings left
over after filleting
ACTIVITY 2
• Give the ingredients in Preparing Stocks.
List as many as you can in 5 minutes
Ingredients in Preparing Stocks
1. Bones
Most of the flavor and
body of stocks are
derived from the
bones of beef, veal,
c...
2. Mirepoix
- is the French term for the
combination of coarsely
chopped onions, carrots and
celery used to flavor stocks....
3. Acid products - Acid helps
dissolve connective tissues, and
extract flavor and body from
bones.
4. Scraps and left-over -Scraps
may be used in stocks if they are
clear, wholesome, and appropriate
to the stock being made
5. Seasoning and spices
6. Bouquet garni – assortment of fresh
herbs and aromatic ingredients tied in a
bundle with string so it can be removed
ea...
ACTIVITY 3
• What are the guidelines in preparing
stocks? Write at least 5 guidelines.
Guidelines for preparing stock
1. Follow the correct procedures for
cooling and storing stock and make
sure that any stock...
2. Follow the cooking time for stock
The following are approximate cooking time for
different stocks; the time will vary a...
3. The stock ingredients are boiled starting
with cold water. This promotes the extraction
of protein which may be sealed ...
5. Salt is not usually added to a stock, as
this causes it to become too salty, since
most stocks are preserved to make so...
ACTIVITY 4
• What are Spices and Seasonings?
• List 10 examples
Different Kinds of Spices and
Seasoning
Bay Leaf
Cajun Seasoning
Cinnamon
Curry Powder
Faxseed Ginger
Mixed
Seasoning
Mustard
Nutmeg Oregano
Paprika Peppercorn
Poppy Seed
Rosemary
Leaves
Rubs
Saffron
Spice gifts Salts
Vanilla beans
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T.L.E. GRADE 10 COOKERY LESSOONS

Preparing Stocks

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T.L.E. GRADE 10 COOKERY LESSOONS

  1. 1. Learning Outcome 1 Prepare Stocks for Required Menu Items
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES • Define Stocks • Classify different types of Stocks • List the ingredients use in making stocks
  3. 3. LESSON 1 PREPARE STOCKS, SAUCES AND SOUPS • Principles of Preparing Stocks • Stocks- are among the most basic preparations found in professional kitchen. They are referred to in French as fonds de cuisine, or ―the foundation of cooking.”
  4. 4. It is a flavorful liquid prepared by simmering meaty bones from meat or poultry, seafood and/or vegetables in water with aromatics until their flavor, aroma, color and body, and nutritive value are extracted.
  5. 5. - a clear, thin liquid flavored by soluble substances extracted from meat, poultry, and fish; and their bones, and from vegetables and seasonings.
  6. 6. Activity 1 • What are the different types of Stocks
  7. 7. Classification of Stocks Chicken stock –made from the chicken bones.
  8. 8. White stock – made from beef or veal bones.
  9. 9. Brown stock – made from beef or veal bones that have been browned in an oven.
  10. 10. Fish stock – made from fish bones and trimmings left over after filleting
  11. 11. ACTIVITY 2 • Give the ingredients in Preparing Stocks. List as many as you can in 5 minutes
  12. 12. Ingredients in Preparing Stocks 1. Bones Most of the flavor and body of stocks are derived from the bones of beef, veal, chicken, fish, and pork. The kinds of bones used determine the kind of stock, except vegetable stock.
  13. 13. 2. Mirepoix - is the French term for the combination of coarsely chopped onions, carrots and celery used to flavor stocks. Basic formula for Mirepoix – used to flavor white stocks and soups, tomato paste or puree is often included for brown stock, gravy, stew or soup. 2 parts onion 1 part celery 1 part carrot
  14. 14. 3. Acid products - Acid helps dissolve connective tissues, and extract flavor and body from bones.
  15. 15. 4. Scraps and left-over -Scraps may be used in stocks if they are clear, wholesome, and appropriate to the stock being made
  16. 16. 5. Seasoning and spices
  17. 17. 6. Bouquet garni – assortment of fresh herbs and aromatic ingredients tied in a bundle with string so it can be removed easily from the stock.
  18. 18. ACTIVITY 3 • What are the guidelines in preparing stocks? Write at least 5 guidelines.
  19. 19. Guidelines for preparing stock 1. Follow the correct procedures for cooling and storing stock and make sure that any stock you use is flavorful and wholesome.
  20. 20. 2. Follow the cooking time for stock The following are approximate cooking time for different stocks; the time will vary according to numerous factors such as ingredients quality, volume and cooking temperature. White beef stock - 8 to 10 hours White and brown Veal Game stock – 6 to 8 hours White poultry and Game Bird Stocks – 3 to 4 hours Fish Stock – 45 minutes to 1 hour Vegetables Stock – 45 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the specific ingredients and the size of vegetables cut
  21. 21. 3. The stock ingredients are boiled starting with cold water. This promotes the extraction of protein which may be sealed in by hot water 4. Stocks are simmered gently, with small bubbles at the bottom but not breaking at the surface. If a stock is boiled, it will be cloudy.
  22. 22. 5. Salt is not usually added to a stock, as this causes it to become too salty, since most stocks are preserved to make soup and sauces. 6. Meat is added to the stock before the vegetables and the ―scum‖ that rises to the surface is skimmed off before further ingredients are added
  23. 23. ACTIVITY 4 • What are Spices and Seasonings? • List 10 examples
  24. 24. Different Kinds of Spices and Seasoning Bay Leaf Cajun Seasoning
  25. 25. Cinnamon Curry Powder
  26. 26. Faxseed Ginger
  27. 27. Mixed Seasoning Mustard
  28. 28. Nutmeg Oregano
  29. 29. Paprika Peppercorn
  30. 30. Poppy Seed Rosemary Leaves
  31. 31. Rubs Saffron
  32. 32. Spice gifts Salts
  33. 33. Vanilla beans

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