4. Wash, remove seeds, and cut pepper/peppers into strips.
5. Mince ginger.
6 Mince garlic.
7.Slice (chicken) into thin strips (bite size). Place in a small baggie.
8.Store veggies in one large bag. Store meat separately.
9. ______ Label all bags and place on tray on front counter.
Thoroughly wash cutting board with very hot water and soap/bleach. Scrub!!!!!!
Day 2 Directions:
1. _ Mrs. L _Cut spaghetti into pieces about 2” inches long. (can be broken before cooking)
2._From baggie_ Combine all of the vegetables – broccoli, carrots, green onion, fresh bean sprouts, green/red pepper, garlic and ginger, in a large bowl near the stove.
3. ______ In a small bowl measure and combine water chestnuts, bean sprouts or any other vegetables provided. Set aside.
4. ____ Place a wok, or large fry pan, over high heat for 30 seconds, then add oil and swirl to coat the wok’s sides. Give it a min. to heat up.
5. ____ Add chicken. Toss in the hot oil until pink color is gone.
6. ____ Add the vegetable mixture. (stand back a bit as the oil could spatter at first) Stir-fry for 5-7 min., stirring constantly until the vegetables are crisp tender.
7. ______ In a small bowl measure the pepper, chicken broth and soy sauce. Set aside.
8. ____ Add the cooked spaghetti, canned veggies (water chestnuts or bean sprouts) soy sauce, chicken broth and black pepper ; stir until all the ingredients are evenly cooked. Cook for 5 min. longer. (You may add more or less soy sauce or stir-fry sauce according to taste.)
Home and Careers 8 Name _____________________
Stir Fry Lab Reflection Period _____
Kitchen Lab Wrap Up
Answer the following questions with a Y for Yes or an N for No:
Did the group:
_____ read the chalkboard, complete what it states and put books away
____ 15) to cook liquids at a high temperature, o. roast
where bubbles rise and break
Extra Credit: Define terms not used:
Name: _________________ Period: ______
Energy and Calories Home & Career Skills 8
Your body uses energy in many ways. It provides the fuel you need to walk and run, to recover from illness, to grow, even to stay alive. Fueling your body should involve some thought and consideration. Your “fuel mixture” –the mixture of food you choose to supply your energy needs can affect your long-term health.
What are calories?
Which three nutrients provide us with energy?
How many calories do we get from each of the following nutrients?
Where can we get information about calories in food?
What percentages of your food should be proteins, fats and carbohydrates?
What is nutrient density?
What is basal metabolic rate (BMR)?
What happens when you eat more food than your body uses as fuel?
What happens when you are more active than the energy of food you consumed?
What happens when you burn the same amount of calories you consume?
Thoughts about weight management during the teen years:
Home and Careers 8 Name ___________________________
2 Day Food Log Period _____
Directions: In the space provided record your food consumed for 2 days.