Monday, June 29, 2015

Making Anzac Biscuits By Caesar

This is my work using google docs. It was fun making Anzac Biscuits.

Last week room 7 and I made Anzac Biscuits. When we made them I felt like I was going to burst up to heaven with my class room 7. We felt very excited and very happy. So we got started making Anzac Biscuits. We needed to start with the ingredients. On the butter there were numbers to tell us how much we needed to cut it. We needed to cut it up to 100 grams, but it didn't have 100 grams on it. On the butter it had 50 and 50 so we added the 50s and made 100-grams. Then we greased the trays. Alex greased the tray so that they don’t stick. Then we got the measuring spoons and poured  the golden syrup into the pot. Then we got the butter and added the butter to the pot. Miss Paton went to the hall kitchen and melted the butter and the golden syrup. Then we put the baking soda into the cup with two tablespoons of water. Then we added the baking soda to the golden syrup.
After that we measured the dry ingredients. It was fun.
Joshua sifted ½ a cup of the white flour and poured it into the measuring cup. Then Liam poured half a cup of sugar into the measuring cup. Avalon poured in the rolled oats. She poured in ¾ cup of rolled oats into the measuring cup. Najib poured in ¾ of coconut into the measuring cup. All of the ingredients that was measured in the measuring cup was poured into the big red bowl. Then Aung Naing mixed the ingredients together. We poured the baking soda into the measuring cup. We poured in half a teaspoon of baking soda into the measuring cup with two tablespoons of boiling hot water. Then we poured the melted butter and golden syrup into the big red bowl. The whole class got a turn to mix the ingredients together. We got to make the Anzac Biscuits into little balls. We put them onto the tray and pushed them down. Miss Paton measured the Anzac Biscuits 4 cm so that they can be apart from each other. We pushed them down with a fork. Miss Paton went to the hall kitchen. She put the Anzac Biscuits in the oven. When they were cooked she put them onto the plates. She came back to Room 7 and put the plates of biscuits onto the red bench. At home time we started to eat them. We enjoyed eating the Anzac Biscuits.    

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