How to Read a Recipe
Have you ever read a recipe only to still not know where to start? Have you ever gotten halfway through cooking something and realized you missed a key step? These are common setbacks in the kitchen that can be avoided with purposeful recipe reading. This activity will help you learn how to read a recipe like a professional chef!
Before You Get Started
If you are not able to print out the worksheet, you can either fill it in on your computer or copy the questions into a notebook.
Computer or phone to view video.
- Cross-reference: to go back and forth between two parts of a text.
- Precise: exact, not easily changed.
- Flexible: adaptable, easily changed.
- Sequence language: Language that describes the order in which events should occur.
View the Edible Schoolyard video “How to Read a Recipe” below.