What's Standard About Standardized Recipes?

Key Area 1: Nutrition, Standardized Recipes, Code 1140

November 2016

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 1. Use of standardized recipes can help to ensure many things, but not _______.  


2. Essential components of standardized recipes include ______.


3. It's a best practice to stick with a limited number of recipe categories.


4. When listing your ingredient quantities, use either weights or measures, but not both.


5. Step-by-step recipe directions should include ______ to guard against food safety hazards.


6. _____ is among the most important nutrients to include on a standardized recipe.


7. Always convert your current library of recipes before writing new ones.


8. Referencing a #10 can lead to fewer errors than asking cooks to use ______ of an ingredient.


9. If a new recipe passes the first evaluation, you should add it to the menu right away.


10. When it comes to formatting the look of your recipe, you should ______.



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