Making Banana Bread Muffins A Guided Highlighted Reading with a recipe Banana Bread or Banana Muffins Move oven rack to low position. Preheat oven to 165-degrees Celsius. Grease bottom only of bread pan or 12 muffin cups. In a large bowl, Mash with a fork: 1 ½ large bananas Mix in: ½ cup sugar 1 egg ¼ cup buttermilk ¼ cup oil or melted butter ½ teaspoon vanilla In another bowl: Mix together: 1 ¼ cups flour, aerated ½ t. soda ½ t. salt ½ cup chopped nuts – if desired Mix dry ingredients into banana mixture, stirring just until blended. Evenly divide the above batter into 12 muffin tins. Bake in preheated oven for 15-20 minutes until center test done when probed with a toothpick. If baking a bread, pour batter into a loaf pan that has been greased on the bottom only. Bake for 1 ½ hours until tests done. Prompts: 1st highlighter Highlight all of the verbs in the recipe that tell you what you have to do. 2nd highlighter Highlight all of the names of the equipment that you will use. With a pen or pencil list to the right side all the equipment you need. 3rd highlighter Highlight each of the ingredients that you plan to use. You have several jobs in this kitchen. At the top of the recipe, write your job. Write your job by each responsibility you have in preparing this recipe. Kitchen jobs and responsibilities… Chef Sous Chef Cook Assistant Read recipe: write a plan. Discuss plan with team. Complete inventory sheet and turn in to teacher. Delegate tasks to individuals as needed. Make sure all ovens and appliances are on and off. Dry dishes; wipe off stove top. Read recipe: is 2nd in command to chef. Make sure Chef’s directions are followed. Gather dry ingredients Put away ingredients and store food safely. Organize the serving of food. Wipe down counters and tables. Read recipe. Gather utensils. Follow instructions given by teacher and chef. Watch time for prep and cleanup. Wash dishes. Put all utensils and dishes away. Read recipe. Gather cold ingredients. Follow instructions given by teacher and chef. Gather towels/aprons; put in laundry; fold if needed. Sweep floor. Clean sink and counter tops. Write a Summary On the back of the recipe that you’ve highlighted, summarize the recipe in one paragraph. Your summary should be no more than 6 sentences. In a second paragraph, summarize your responsibilities in making this recipe with your team. Keep your summary paragraph to no more than 6 sentences. Be sure to include any necessary details. Questions for Discussion: 1. In what condition should bananas be when added to this recipe? 2. Why are we making muffins instead of bread for this class? 3. What other fruits can be used instead of bananas in this recipe? 4. Name a few ingredients that could be added with the bananas in the muffins? Your ticket out the door… 1. Tell me what the “modus operandi” is for the next class. (Name the lab and tell what you do when you enter.) 2. Name your job title job (Chef, Sous Chef, Cook, Assistant). 3. Show your copy of the highlighted recipe highlighted and summaries that are on the back.