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ASSESSMENT C WORK BOOK SHORT ANSWERChoice Business College Pty Ltd ABN 28 130 302 000 | RTO 41297 | CRICOS PROVIDER CODE 03444C V 2.0 Last updated 5 October 2017 Teaching Team HOSPITALITY Student Name SURAJ SHARMA Student No. CBC190953 Teacher ABDUL Semester/Year MAY 2020 Program Name and Code SIT40516 CERTIFICATE IV IN COMMERCIAL COOKERY Unit Name and Code SITHCCC007 PREPARE STOCKS, SAUCES AND SOUPS Assessment Description and Version ASSESSMENT C WORK BOOK INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES This assessment is made up of short answer questions. The questions are divided into sections according to the elements within the unit of competence. There are five sections in this unit. You are required to provide a response to all questions in each section. You may source information to answer the questions from the learner guide multimedia or paper-based resource for this unit. There may be variations to these Instructions to Candidates for specific examinations. Your Supervisor will explain any specific requirements. Result S = Satisfactory NS = Not Satisfactory NA = Not AssessedReassessment S = Satisfactory NS = Not Satisfactory NA = Not AssessedAssessment B Work Book Short Answer S | NS | NAS | NS | NAComments and Feedback: The Students overall result was:Satisfactory UnsatisfactoryResit RequiredStudent Name SURAJ SHARMA Examiner Name Student Signature SURAJ Examiner Signature Date 15/06/2020 Date
SITHCCC007 PREPARE STOCKS, SAUCES AND SOUPS Work Book Short Answer Choice Business College Pty Ltd ABN 28 130 302 000 | RTO 41297 | CRICOS PROVIDER CODE 03444C V 2.0 Last updated 5 October 2017 SECTION 1: SELECT INGREDIENTS Q1: You’re preparing ingredients for minestrone soup. What information about production requirements can you obtain from the standard recipe?
Q2: List five examples of mise en place tasks that relate to soups, stocks and sauces.
Q3: You are preparing ingredients for 40 serves of English custard. Each serving is 250 ml. The following recipe yields 2 L. Calculate how much of each ingredient you need to make enough servings of custard.

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