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Question 1: Answer must include the following: • Calculating conversation factor for recipe with a yield of thirty (30) to one with a yield of ninety (90) Example: • Conversation rate = new yield/old...

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Question 1:
Answer must include the following:
• Calculating conversation factor for recipe with a yield of thirty (30) to one with a yield of ninety (90)
Example:
• Conversation rate = new yield/old yield
• Conversation rate=50/20
• Conversation rate=2.5
Q. 1b) Now that you have calculated the conversion factor, calculate the new measurements/weights that are required for an updated yield of fifty (50) for the recipe
Answer must include the following:
• Calculating measurements/weights for a recipe which had a yield of twenty (20) to one with a yield of fifty (50)
Example:
• Yield 50
    750 g
    Butte
    1250 mL
    Milk
    12.5 g
    Salt
    575 g
    Sifted flou
    250 g
    Eggs
    1150 g
    Grated Cheese
Answer must include the following:
• Calculating conversation factor for recipe with a yield of fifty puffs weighing 150 grams each to one with a yield of sixty puffs weighing 120 grams each.
• Updating the recipe ingredient list, to reflect the new yield and portion sizes
Q. 1(c)
Example:
Required yield =portion number*portion size
Recipe yield=portion number*portion size
Conversation factor = required yield
ecipe yield
Conversation factor=7200/7500
Conversation factor=0.96
Therefore, recipe ingredients need to be multiplied by 0.96 to determine updated weight/measurements
    720
    gram
    Butte
    1200
    ml
    Milk
    12
    ml
    Salt
    552
    gram
    Sifted flou
    240
    gram
    Eggs
    1140
    ml
    Grated Cheese
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Rajeswari answered on Jul 22 2021
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Conversion factor assignment
Conversation rate = new yield/old yield
• Conversation rate=20/50
• Conversation rate=3
Exercise problems:
Question 1: 1a) You have been given the following recipe below, for a cheese puff appetiser. This recipe has a yield value of twenty (20) (that is it creates 20 portions of cheese puffs). You require a yield of fifty (50) portions. Calculate the conversion factor required to achieve this using the appropriate formula and be sure to show your calculations in the space provided. • 300g • Butter • 500mL • Milk • 5 mL • Salt • 230 g • Sifted flour • 2 • Large eggs • 460g • Grated cheese
Yield value:20
    300
    gram
    Butte
    500
    ml
    Milk
    5
    ml
    Salt
    230
    gram
    Sifted flou
    2
    Numbe
    Eggs
    460
    ml
    Grated Cheese
Yield 50:
1a)
Conversation rate = new yield/old yield
• Conversation rate=20/50
• Conversation rate=0.4
Conversion factor = 20/50 = 0.40
1b)
    120
    gram
    Butte
    200
    ml
    Milk
    2
    ml
    Salt
    92
    gram
    Sifted flou
    0.80
    Numbe
    Eggs
    10.4
    ml
    Grated Cheese
Eggs cannot be 0.80 but approximately 80% of contents of one egg it means here.
1c) The cheese puffs were for a party that you are organising, however you have just been informed that there will be additional 10 people attending and so sixty (60) portions are now required, rather than the fifty (50) you originally planned for. You are required to adjust the recipe portion sizes from: • 150 grams with 50 portions to 120 grams with 60 portions. Ensure you demonstrate your calculations in the space below.
Required yield =portion number*portion size =60*120 = 7200
Recipe yield=portion number*portion size =50*150 = 7500
Conversation factor = required yield
ecipe yield =7200/7500 = 0.96
Conversation factor=7200/7500
Conversation factor=0.96
Therefore, recipe ingredients need to be multiplied by 0.96 to determine updated weight/measurements
    115.2
    gram
    Butte
    192
    ml
    Milk
    1.92
    ml
    Salt
    88.32
    gram
    Sifted flou
    0.768
    Numbe
    Eggs
    9.984
    ml
    Grated Cheese
1d.
Small slices of
ead toast, butter, meat, cheese, fish, caviar, foie grass, purees, pomogrenate juice, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, etc.
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