False 26Identify the cookery methods which use shallow frying techniqueTick the

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False 26.Identify the cookery methods which use shallow-frying technique:(Tick the correct answers)Stir-fryingDeep-fryingPan-fryingShallow-poachingCooking on a flat grillSautéingAssessment Coversheet-V2018.1-100818 © Canterbury Technical Institute - 2018|Page 10 of 15
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27.The following statements relating to the cookery method of roasting are:(Answer true or false in space provided) True or False For the purpose of roasting, food is exposed to indirect heat in the oven or turned over stovetop flame. True Slow-roasting allows more time for the collagen and other connective tissue to be broken down inside the meat. True Low temperatures and long cooking times increase the amount of cooking loss. False Kangaroo and other roasted game should be cooked fairly underdone, as there is very little internal fat and the meat dries out quickly. False Roasting is a popular method of cookery for potatoes, pumpkins, onions, fennel, carrots, parsnips and other root and bulb vegetables. False Always double check the degree of doneness with a thermometer, especially for poultry, as it is can harbour Salmonella and must not be served undercooked or raw. True 28.Connect the type of diet to the dietary requirements: 1. Coeliac disease Cannot digest this type of sugar contained in dairy products. Ensure that no cheese is used on sandwiches . Lactose intolerant 2. Low-fat diet Main food intake from grains, vegetables and fruit. Low-fat options for spreads. Diabetes 3. Diabetes No gluten products can be used. Use gluten-free bread and avoid all cross- contamination, including your equipment. Coeliac disease 4. Lactose intolerant Use low-fat spreads such as fresh low-fat cheese, toppings which are low in fat and easily digestible. Watch out for hidden fats such as fat in salami or chicken skin. Low-fat diet 29.Connect the type of religious diet to the dietary requirements: 1. Islam Kosher meals, separation of dairy and meat products. Seventh Day Adventist 2. Hinduism No pork products or any alcohol-based products, e.g. Cumberland sauce containing Port. Islam 3. Judaism Healthy diets with vegetarianism as preferred option. Abstinence of any stimulants such as tea, coffee or alcohol. Hinduism 4. Seventh Day Adventist Mostly vegetarian with some forbidden meat products such as pork and fowl. Judaism 30.The following are pre-service requirements to ensure effective kitchen routine and timely service of food:(Answer true or false in space provided) True or False Knowledge of the menu and how the dishes should be presented. True Clean equipment and utensils are ready at the service stations. True Clean and undamaged underplates are heated or chilled as required. True Samples of each dish have been prepared to brief service staff with. False Garnish mise en place – clearly labelled and dated. True Herbs washed and cut to size if required. True Bain-marie and station mise en place, including utensils. False 31.Connect the commodities to their possible menu uses in order to avoid waste and enhance profits:
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