Kitchen Equipment. BAKEWARE. Containers used to cook food in an oven. Baking pans. Square Rectangle Round Loaf. Includes cake pans (straight sides), pie plates (slanted sides), loaf pans, muffin tins, and baking sheets. Baking sheets. Jelly roll pans have sides; cookie sheets do not.
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Containers used to cook food in an oven.
Includes cake pans (straight sides), pie plates (slanted sides), loaf pans, muffin tins, and baking sheets
Jelly roll pans have sides; cookie sheets do not
Used for baking muffins, rolls, and cupcakes. Available in six or twelve cups.
A round metal baking sheet used to bake pizza.
Wire Cooling Rack
Holds hot foods – such as cakes, breads, and cookies – while cooling to prevent sogginess
Shallow round pans with slanted sides. Used for pies, tarts, and quiches.
A cake pan having an upright rim that can be unclamped and detached from the bottom of the pan.
Small oven proof bowls used for baking custard. Can be used for organizing ingredients for cooking.
Containers used to cook food on the range.
Consists of two saucepans- a smaller one fitting into a larger one-and a cover. Boiling water in the bottom pan gently heats the food in the upper pan. Used for cooking food that scorch easily. (Chocolate, butter, milk, sauces)
Skillets (frying pans)
Long-handled, low-sided pan. Used for frying.
Flat pan with short round edges. Used to cook pancakes and grill sandwiches.
A pot used for preparing soup stock and boiling pasta.
A metal pan having a rounded bottom, used especially for frying and steaming in Asian cooking.
Come in several sizes
Used for making sauces, boiling pasta, and heating liquids.
Used to measure small amounts of liquid or dry ingredients
Liquid measuring cup
Used to measure liquids; has a pouring spout and extra space so that liquids can be carried without spilling
Dry Measuring Cups
Dry measuring cups usually come in sets, with individual measures for 1/4, 1/3, 1/2 and 1 cup. Used for measuring dry ingredients.
A bowl with holes, and feet. Used to drain foods like pasta or vegetables.
Crushes garlic cloves by forcing them through a small holes.
Used to dip liquid – such as soup – from pan to bowl or cup
Grates or shreds food into tiny pieces, such as cheese, chocolate, and nutmeg.
Separates the egg yolk from the white.
Bent Edge Spatula
Lifts and turns food such as pancakes and hamburgers
Used to brush hot food with sauce or pastry with glaze.
Wires attached to a handle, used for cutting butter or shortening into flour for pastry dough.
Removes the skin from fruits and vegetables
Round cutting blade on the end of a handle. Used for slicing pizza.
A wooden or plastic board where meats or vegetables can be cut; protects the counter top.
Used to mix ingredients. Can be glass, plastic, or stainless steel.
A cylinder, sometimes with small handles at either end, used for rolling out and flattening dough, pastry, or other uncooked food
Also known as rubber scrapper. A broad, flat, flexible blade that is used to mix, spread, or lift material.
Adds air to flour and other dry ingredients while mixing them; removes lumps
Utensil that drains liquid from food
Lift and turn hot food without piercing it.
Beats and blends eggs, liquids, and thin batters.
Spoon made of wood. Used to stir hot food. Does not retain heat.
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