Listen to the names of some baking utensils. Click here to see their spellings. Then match the descriptions below with the correct pictures.
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1. This is a utensil which can be used to blend ingredients smooth or to incorporate air into a mixture. Most of them consist of a long, narrow handle with a series of wire loops joined at the end. The wires are usually metal, but some are plastic for use with nonstick cookware.
2. You need this tool when spreading a substance onto a flat surface, such as frosting on a cake. It is used while cover or decorate baked goods.
3. What is your weight? Obviously, this does not weigh you, but the same does not apply to flour, sugar or butter. If your business with gold, then you need the more sensitive one. Thank God, we only cook!
4. Many of you have seen this in your mother’s hands. Especially when she’s making delicious baked foods with the puff pastry. She uses this utensil to shape and flatten dough.
5. It was originally invented for grating cheese. However, today it is also used for lemon and orange zest. This utensil is also used as a traditional musical instrument, in Jamaica and Belize.
6. You can’t strew the granulated sugar, by using a container with a small holes. Because, this container is used specifically for confectioners’ sugar.
7. This is a tool for separating wanted elements from unwanted material. It is used mostly for flour, in bakery. The flour is put into this tool and shake from right to left and left to right, until the flour in the utensil is finished. The main purpose of this process is to make it easier mixing the flour with other ingredients when forming a cake batter or making dough.
8. This kitchen utensil is used to measure the volume of liquid or bulk of solid cooking ingredients. These cups may be made of plastic, glass, or metal. Transparent ones have a scale that can be read from the outside.
9. It is a flat, rectangular piece of metal or plastic, often with a handle on the top. You may also see it called a bench knife or dough cutter. When you work with sticky dough, it can become quite messy. This utensil keeps your hands out of the dough.
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