Technology- Cooking Create

Mike Hawk

Age

16

Gender

Male

Height

180

Weight

60 (Underweight)

Dietary Restrictions

Diabetic

Physical Activity Level

5 times a week

Mike Hawk is a 16 year old student in Year 11. Since he was young he was a diabetic. But that didn’t stop him from playing sports. He plays on the school basketball team and practices everyday after school. Also at lunch times, he doesn’t really eat anything because the lines are too long, so he directly goes to the field and starts playing soccer. With all this fitness, and not enough food, Mike slowly starts to lose weight.

Calories:

Recommended Calories Intake:

2896.62

To Gain 1 KG per week:

3996.62

Budget for each Meal:

Breakfast

1000 Calories

Lunch

1500 Calories

Dinner

1500 Calories

Total Calories

4000 Calories

Lunch

Object

Amount

Dumplings

40

Calorie

41 per dumpling


Total Calories: 1640

Grocery List:

Pork

Spanish

Carrot

Method:

Dumplings (my own method):

  1. Roll out the dough into long fat strips
  2. Rip the strips into smaller pieces of dough
  3. Roll the small pieces of dough flat, like a small dough pancake
  4. Fill each dough pancake with the dumpling filling
  5. Put the dumplings in boiling water
  6. Stir the pot with great care, making sure no dumplings are sticking to the base
  1. Wait for the water to boil again, and add an extra cut of water
  1. Repeat step 7 until the water has boiled 3 times
  1. Scoop the dumplings out of the pot

No.

What

Ingredients/ Materials needed

Who

Time
(min)

Adjustment

1

Make the dumpling

Dough, Filling, Flour

Group

40

Making the dumplings took longer then excepted, but this did not affect the time because we started to make dumplings before the lesson started.

1.1

Make dough pancakes

Flour, dough

Jr/Ryu

10

1.2

Filling the dumpling

Filling, dough pancakes, dough

Zeyu

30

2

Cooking the Dumpling

Boiling water, pot

Group

15

The dumplings took longer to cook because the fire was quite small, so it took quite a long time for the water to boil.

3

Clean up

Group

15

(The dough will be pre-made at home, as it needs time to sit)

Video:

 

Evaluation:

This lesson was a very productive lesson because we got a lot of things done in a short period of 80 minutes. I was scared that I wouldn’t have enough time to finish the dumplings, even though my plan said I will. So I decided to start 20 minutes before the lesson actually started, at lunch time. This way it gave me 100 minutes to complete my product and I think it was a smart idea to start a head. First I had to teach my group members how dumplings are made. This took longer than I expected, about 20 minutes to do making me right on time for the start of the lesson. My group was a productive team. JR didn’t know how to make dumplings so he just made doll pancakes. Ryu had some idea so he rolled the pancakes into a circle. Finally I filled the dumpling with the filling. This process as expected took 40 minutes to do so I was right on schedule. Next it was boiling the dumplings. This took way longer then expected because the fire was very small. As a tradition the water has to boil 4 times in order for the dumplings to become fully cooked. Each time the water is boiled, water is added into the pot. With a real fire, the water boils really fast and it doesn’t take long for the dumplings to cook. But the electric stove,  took a lot longer. Just to make the water boil the first time took about 10 minutes to happen. In the end we had about 15 minutes to clean up before the end of the class. Overall the create process for me went well.

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One thought on “Technology- Cooking Create

  1. It doesn’t look like your meal fits within your allotted calorie budget. I’m not clear when you made the dough. Is that what “make the dumpling” means? I really like the video. The “How to Make” section really adds to the plan.

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