What size should recipe cards be?
3 x 5 inches
What size are recipe cards? Recipe cards typically come in three sizes: 3 x 5 inches, which is old-fashioned style; 4 x6 inches for the standard style; and 5 x 7 inches for the oversized style.
How do you make a standard recipe card?
A good standardized recipe will include:
- Menu item name – the name of the given recipe that should be consistent with the name on the menu.
- Total Yield – number of servings, or portions that a recipe produces, and often the total weight or volume of the recipe.
- Portion size – amount or size of the individual portion.
What is a recipe card?
What is a recipe card? It’s exactly what it sounds like: A note card or page where you write down everything about each dish that your restaurant serves. From the recipe to the ingredients to cooking procedures to plating, this is the go-to cheat-sheet for everything on the menu.
What is the recipe conversion factor?
Determine the total yield of the recipe by multiplying the number of portions and the size of each portion. Determine the required yield of the recipe by multiplying the new number of portions and the new size of each portion. That is, conversion factor = (required yield)/(recipe yield).
What is a standard recipe card and what information is included in it?
A standard recipe card includes the name of the recipe, the number of portions it will make, ingredients and amounts required, the method of how to make the food, temperature for cooking and some even have pictures.
What are the three basic ways of measuring ingredients?
By now you’ve figured out there are three primary kitchen tools for measuring: measuring spoons, liquid measuring cups, and dry measuring cups. A kitchen scale is also helpful for measuring ingredients, as it can be used to measure pasta that doesn’t fit into measuring cups or for more precise amounts.
How do I protect my recipe cards?
Protect your treasured recipes from life’s little mishaps. Clear vinyl protectors hold your 3″ x 5″ or 4″ x 6″ recipe cards and keeps them safe from messy fingers and splatters; wipe clean covers.
What are recipe categories?
- Breakfast recipes.
- Lunch recipes.
- Dinner recipes.
- Appetizer recipes.
- Salad recipes.
- Main-course recipes.
- Side-dish recipes.
- Baked-goods recipes.
How do you convert measurements in cooking?
US to Metric Cooking Conversions
- ⅕ tsp = 1 ml.
- 1 tsp = 5 ml.
- 1 tbsp = 15 ml.
- 1 fl ounce = 30 ml.
- 1 cup = 237 ml.
- 1 pint (2 cups) = 473 ml.
- 1 quart (4 cups) = .95 liter.
- 1 gallon (16 cups) = 3.8 liters.
How many tablespoons of flour are in a cup?
There are 16 tablespoons in a cup. So the next time you’re baking and a recipe call for a cup of flour, just measure 16 level tablespoons instead of eyeballing the amount or hoping your everyday teacup is a substitute.
What is a stepper card template?
A stepper card can have the steps on the left, right or on both sides. That meant I really needed to make six different templates, not just one. So, here they are! I have created a set of templates for both metric and imperial cardstock, ie A4 and Letter sized templates, that are already measured in either millimetres or inches.
What size of card do I need to make a card?
The size of card you will need for your Card will be the height multiplied by 2 (12cm x 2 = 24cm), the width of the card it up to you to decide (17.8cm). The card blank I used was 5 x 7 inches (12.7cm x 17.8cm) as the height of my steps was 12cm I needed to trim 0.7cm from the height of the card.
How do I score the stepper section?
For each Stepper section you will need to score each of the fold points (I will score at 2, 4, 8, 12, 18cm)… At the middle point (12cm) you will need to score across the width of the card (I have marked my score lines in pen)
Are there any templates for cardstock measurements?
So, here they are! I have created a set of templates for both metric and imperial cardstock, ie A4 and Letter sized templates, that are already measured in either millimetres or inches. They are full sized images that will print out at as a whole page and this will help when transferring the measurements across to your cardstock.