How well-versed are you when it comes to cooking? Put your culinary prowess to the test in this quiz!
Can You Pass a Basic Cooking Test? 👨🍳 Quiz Questions
Which of these terms means to cook food in its own juices with a small amount of fat over low heat, just until softened?
What's the difference between a convection oven and a conventional oven?
A convection oven uses radioactivity.
A convection oven uses a fan.
A convection oven lacks the broiler setting.
When it comes to Italian pasta and sauces:
This does not matter. It's all good!
Long pastas are best with cream sauces or olive oil
The redder the sauce, the longer the pasta should be
Which type of wood should you NOT use for smoking foods on an outdoor grill?
What is the name of this herb?
What salad dressing gets its name from a region that's popular among outdoors enthusiasts?
A basic pesto sauce consists of basil, Parmesan, olive oil, salt and:
A bread recipe calls for instant yeast and you have a packet of rapid rise yeast. Can you use it?
Yes, it's the same
Can you name the cooking process wherein the food substance, usually a vegetable or fruit, is plunged into boiling water, removed after a brief, timed interval, and finally plunged into iced water or placed under cold running water (shocking or refreshing) to halt the cooking process?
What's the hand test used for in grilling?
It's a method of determining the difference between chicken and burgers when cooking in the dark.
It's used to test the doneness of meat.
It determines the heat of coals.
What is the soft-ball stage of syrup?
The syrup can be rolled into a ball that gives some resistance when pressed.
The syrup can be rolled into a ball and does not flatten when pressed.
The syrup can be rolled into a ball and flattens easily when pressed.
Which of the following should you avoid marinating overnight?
What is a quick fix if your rice is too wet?
Turn up the heat.
Uncover the pot.
Stir the rice.
What degree is required to smoke meat?
150-200 degrees Farenheit (66-93 degrees Celsius)
350-400 degrees Farenheit (177-204 degrees Celsius)
250-300 degrees Farenheit (121-149 degrees Celsuis)
Which of the following is a suitable substitute for oil in some bread recipes?
What is poaching?
Cooking by deep frying in oil
Cooking by slow simmering in oil
Cooking by slow simmering in liquid