Sequence tasks 1 assemble ingredients gather butter

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Sequence Tasks 1. Assemble ingredients. Gather butter, eggs, lemon from the refrigerator, peppercorns, white vinegar, salt and cayenne from dry store 2. Complete basic pre-preparation tasks. Clarify butter, squeeze lemon juice 3. Weigh or measure ingredients. Weigh the butter, vinegar and water 4. Portion ingredients if necessary. Not required 5. Sort ingredients. peppercorns and vinegar sort together Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q5: What are two (2) safety techniques you should use when working on the stove?
Q6: You are about to start measuring your wet ingredients. What should you check before you start to use the measuring equipment?
Ensure that all tools and equipment are clean before use Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q7: What would you do if the sauce splits/separates?
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q8: Name one variation of hollandaise sauce. Sauce mousseline Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q9: What is one technique you can use to minimise waste when preparing this recipe?
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q10: What type of dishes is hollandaise served with?
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q11: At what temperature must you hold warm emulsion sauces and why?
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q12: Why must you make hollandaise sauce as close to service time as possible?
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q13: What does the technical term ‘emulsion’ mean?
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