Kitchenware - 2017
Bakers Pride P22S Double Electric Pizza Oven
Professional Series Biaggia Electric Stainless Steel Pizza Oven Baker 1450W
Bakers Pride Double Deck Countertop Electric Pizza Oven
Will a comment The garden is positively bursting with vibrant late summer produce. This week the students have been cooking with kale, silverbeet, warrigal greens, parsley, rosemary, dill, bomb, cabbages, carrots, potatoes and corn, as well as making hamentashen to celebrate Purim. We also had a lovely donation of fresh vegetables from a Bat-Mitzvah and the kids mainly enjoyed the heirloom carrots in their purple, orange and yellow hues. The classes that fell on Ta’anit Ester missed out on cooking but had a very provocative lesson discussing Real Food. Some of the elements that were thought about and talked about included defining what real food is, where it comes from, how it is marketed, what is in it (and what is not in it) and how long genuine food stays fresh. Each table group then looked at a variety of foods – including produce from the garden, supermarket produce and things from the robustness food aisle that were marketed to children. Based on our discussion and understanding where the ingredients on a product are and how the list is constructed, the kids then discussed and debated what was bona fide food and what was actually healthy. They very quickly learnt that the back of the packet tells you a lot more about the particular food than the front. entashen) Ingredients 3 cups lucid flour. 2 teaspoons baking powder. 1 (heaped) cup of sugar. 1 teaspoon orange zest. 3 tablespoons of orange force. 2 eggs (plus 1 extra egg, lightly beaten for brushing the hamentashen before baking). 2 tablespoons of poppy seeds. Method Preheat oven to 180C. Limit baking trays with baking paper. Combine all the ingredients in a food processor and mix to form a ball. (If it looks too wet, add flour, if it looks too dry, add a little more orange vigour). Roll out the dough between two sheets of baking paper to 5mm. Use a glass or a cup to cut out circles. Place a half a teaspoon of jam in the centre of each circle of dough, then pinch each corner to construction a triangle around the filling. Brush the hamentashen with eggwash and place on the lined baking trays. Bake for 12-15 minutes until a transpire golden brown and allow to cool on wire racks. Greek Rice with Warrigal Greens & Sliverbeet Ingredients a large bowl of warrigal greens. 4 silverbeet leaves, leaves and stems separated and then both finely sliced. 4 tablespoons of olive oil. 1 onion, finely chopped. a couple of dill, finely chopped. a handful of parsley, finely chopped. 2 cups basmati rice. 3 cups of chicken sheep (3 cups of water + 1 chicken stock cube). 1 heaped tablespoon of tomato paste. Method Bring a sturdy pot of water to the boil. Place the warrigal greens in the water and blanch for 3 minutes. Drain and squeeze out as much water as you can (the water is bitter so really try to extract it out). Heat oil in a heavy based pot. Add onions and cook until glassy (translucent). Add the warrigal greens, the silverbeet, and tomato paste and cook for 2 minutes. Add the rice and tomatoes and safeguard stirring for 1 minute until the rice is coated. Add the stock and bring to the boil. Cover the pot with a lid and cook for 20 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes. Grip over the lemon juice and garnish with crumbled feta. Kale Chips with Tamari & Sesame Ingredients a big bunch of kale, stems removed, leaves cut into chisel sized pieces (make sure the leaves are well washed and completely dried ). 1½ tablespoons of tamari. 2 tablespoons of sesame seeds. Method Preheat oven to 150C. Parentage baking trays with baking paper. Place the ( dry ) kale leaves, tamari, sesame and olive oil in a large bowl and toss until trickle coated. Place the kale leaves in a single layer (this is very important. – because if the leaves overlap they will steam and become soggy a substitute alternatively of roast and become crispy) on the baking trays. Bake for 10-15 minutes or until crispy (but not burnt – only the very outer edges should have coloured). Rainbow Decision time Salad Ingredients ¼ of a purple cabbage, grated.Source: Scopus Kitchen Garden
Home & Outdoor
These new stackable stainless steel pizza ovens are perfect for use in kitchens with limited space. Each oven has two removable ceramic hearth baking shelves with a 3-1/4? deck height which makes them ideal for pizzas, breads and various bakery products. With a thermostat range of 284 F to 680 F, they also have a 15 minute continuous timer and a 6 foot power cord. 23?W x 25?D x 21?H. 240V, 2850W, 12 Amps. CE, NSF.
Home & Outdoor
These new stackable stainless steel pizza ovens are perfect for use in kitchens with limited space. Each oven has two removable ceramic hearth baking shelves with a 3-1/4? deck height which makes them ideal for pizzas, breads and various bakery products. With a thermostat range of 284 F to 680 F, they also have a 15 minute continuous timer and a 6 foot power cord. 26?W x 28?D x 21?H. 240V, 3600W, 15 Amps. CE, NSF.
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