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Chpt 19 Sand/App

Chpt 19 Sandwiches/Appetizers

What are closed sandwiches? a sandwhich that has two slices of bread with the filling placed in between them
What are open-face sandwiches? the spread and fillings of an open-face sandwich are added to the top of one or two pieces of bread. the bread slices are not closed together after the filling is put into place.
What are triple-decker sandwiches? sandwiches the include three slices of bread that are stacked. fillings are place between each layer.
What are finger sandwiches? small, fancy closed sandwiches often with their crust removed, and are usually cut into various shapes. sometimes used as appetizers.
What are wraps? easy-to-eat sandwiches made with soft, flat breads that are folded, or wrapped, around the fillings. a wide variety of fillings can be used in these sandwiches.
What is a pullman loaf? rectangular-shaped sandwich bread loaf with a flat top and an even texture
What is a croissant? a flaky, crescent-shaped roll that makes an interesting sandwich
What is a focaccia? an Italian flatbread that is flavored with olive oil and herbs. it has a hearty, robust flavor
What are the different types of rolls? kaiser roll, torpedo roll, pita, totilla, chapatti, phyllo, crepe
What is the difference between mayonnaise and pesto? Mayonnaise is a permanent suspension of egg yolks,oil, and vinegar or lemon juice. Pesto is a sauce made by combining olive oil, pine nuts or walnuts, a hard cheese, and fresh basil, garlic, salt, and pepper.
What is sauerkraut? finely sliced cabbage that has been fermented in brine
What are the different types of hot sandwiches? Basic sandwich, Grilled sandwich, fried sandwich (Monte Cristo)
What is au jus? accompanied by the juices that a chef will obtain from roasting meats
What is the difference between a pastrami and a club sandwich? Pastrami is a seasoned smoked meat. A club sandwich is a triple-decker sandwich that features cold,sliced cooked turkey and ham, or bacon
What are types of hot appetizers? brochettes, filled pastry shells, meatballs, rumaki, stuffed potato skins, chicken wings
What is is called when dough isformed into a small boat-shaped shell, may be used for bouchee? barquette
What is a rumaki? appetizers that are made of blanched bacon that is then wrapped around vegetables, seafood, chicken liver, meat, poultry, or fruits
Created by: Laur_NN on 2012-11-07

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