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Let's Triple the Stuffing Recipe!

 

Today's Snack: At Thanksgiving time, or any time, a bowl of hot bread stuffing is a yummy treat. Enjoy it with or without some hot gravy on top. Drink some ice water so you won't feel so . . . stuffed.

 

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Supplies:

Scratch paper and pencil

Ingredients for stuffing recipe, below

Access to a stove and saucepan

 

 

Quite often, when you cook, you need to use math. At Thanksgiving time, when there may be extra people at your table, a cook often needs to double or triple a recipe so that there will be enough to go around.

 

This involves multiplication, including multiplying fractions. So it gives you good math practice . . . and makes a lot of good food to enjoy!

 

Let's practice on this traditional Thanksgiving turkey stuffing recipe. When you're done, best of all, you get to eat the result as your daily after-school snack! You can save the rest in a dish in the refrigerator. Stuffing makes a good side dish for just about any meal, but especially at Thanksgiving time.

 

At left is the ingredient. Triple it by multiplying the quantity times 3, and write it in the blank at right.

 

At the bottom, you can find the answers, so you might want to check your work before you cook!

 

Triple Recipe of Bread Stuffing

 

3 tablespoons chopped onion _____

 

cup butter or margarine _____

 

4 cups dry bread cubes _____

 

teaspoon salt _____

 

teaspoon pepper _____

 

teaspoon poultry seasoning _____

 

teaspoon ground sage _____

 

2 to 4 tablespoons water _____

or chicken broth

 

 

Chop onion with adult supervision. Cook onion in butter. Combine with bread and seasonings. Toss with enough liquid to moisten. The regular recipe makes 3 cups of stuffing, so if you triple it, it will make how many cups? Nine! That's enough for a 15-pound turkey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answers:

 

9 T. onion

C. butter

12 C. cubes

tsp. salt

tsp. pepper

1 tsp. poultry seasoning

1 tsp. sage

6 to 12 T. water or broth

 

 

 

By Susan Darst Williams www.AfterSchoolTreats.com Math 2010

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