To achieve flavoursome soups and sauces it is essential to start with quality ingredients. The base stock will give the underlying flavour to the soup or sauce and will be enriched with the additional ingredients. Your customers will appreciate the taste and recognise your skills!

$85.00 Price

230 mins Estimated Time

Components in this Module

1 - Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Definitions of Stocks

2 - Preparing to Cook

  • Selecting Ingredients
  • Selecting Equipment
  • Selecting Equipment Continued
  • Equipment Used for Stocks and Sauces
  • Assembling and Preparing Ingredients
  • Checkpoint 1

3 - Stocks

  • Stocks
  • Types of Stocks and Stock Production
  • Stock Production
  • Types of Stocks
  • Point of Care and Interest
  • Bouquet Garni
  • Production Steps for White Stocks
  • Basic Steps for Producing White Stock
  • Producing White Stock
  • Production Steps for Brown Stocks
  • Basic Steps for Producing Brown Stock
  • Producing Brown Stock
  • Production Steps for Miscellaneous Stocks
  • Chinese Master Stock
  • Stock Yields and Costs
  • Types of Glazes and their Production
  • Checkpoint 2
  • Types of Essences and their Production
  • Thickening Agents
  • Fats
  • Starches
  • Emulsifiers
  • Gums
  • Convenience Products for Stocks
  • Stock Problems
  • Checkpoint 3

4 - Soups

  • Soups
  • Soups on the Menu
  • Soup Classification
  • Soup Classification Examples
  • Nutritional Considerations
  • Clear Soups
  • Production Steps for Broths
  • Consomme
  • Production Steps for Consomme
  • Checkpoint 4
  • Thickened Soups
  • Production Steps for Puree Soups
  • Cream Soups
  • Production Steps for Cream Soups
  • Bisques
  • Production Steps for Bisques
  • Checkpoint 5
  • Unpassed Soups
  • Miscellaneous
  • Convenience Products for Soups
  • Soup Problems
  • Soup Yields and Costs
  • Timelines
  • Presentation
  • Storage of Soups
  • Checkpoint 6

5 - Sauces

  • Sauces
  • Menu Uses of Sauces
  • Sauce Classifications
  • Thickening Agents for Sauces
  • Making a Roux
  • Nutritional Considerations
  • Reduction Sauces
  • Jus
  • Meat Jus
  • Pan Sauces
  • Hot Butter Sauces
  • Reduction Sauce Examples
  • Modern Demi-glace
  • Modern Demi-glace Derivative Examples
  • Demi-Glace
  • Demi-glace Derivatives
  • Checkpoint 7
  • Roux-Based Sauces
  • Bechamel
  • Making Bechamel Sauce
  • Bechamel Derivatives
  • Veloute
  • Derivative example - white wine sauce
  • Chicken Veloute
  • Veloute Derivatives
  • Emulsion Sauces
  • Cold Emulsion Sauces
  • Making Mayonnaise
  • Derivative example - cocktail sauce
  • Mayonnaise Derivatives
  • Warm Emulsion Sauces
  • Hollandaise
  • Making Hollandaise
  • Hollandaise Derivatives
  • Bearnaise
  • Bearnaise Sauce
  • Bearnaise Derivatives
  • Sauces Challenge
  • Sabayon
  • Checkpoint 8
  • Miscellaneous Sauces
  • Hot Miscellaneous Sauces
  • Satay Sauce
  • Smitaine and Foam Sauce
  • Cold Miscellaneous Sauces
  • Serving Sizes and Enterprise Standards
  • Convenience Products for Sauces
  • Timelines
  • Presentation and Evaluation
  • Sauce Problems
  • Sauce Yields and Costs
  • Storage of Sauces
  • Reconstitution of Sauces
  • Checkpoint 9
  • Congratulations!


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