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Chapter 19.

What are 5 types of sandwiches? Closed Sandwiches, open-face sandwiches, triple-decker sandwich, finger sandwich, and wraps
What is a closed sandwich? Sandwiches that have two slices of bread with the filing placed in between them
What is an open-face sandwich? The spread and fillings are added to the top of one or two pieces of bread. The bread slices are not closed together!
What is a triple-decker sandwich? It includes three slices of bread that are stacked. Fillings are placed between each layer.
What are finger sandwiches? Small and fancy closed sandwiches. Sometimes used as appetizers.
What are three types of bread? Pullman loaf (has a flat top and an even texture), croissant, and focaccia (Italian flatbbread that is flavored with olive oil and herbs).
What are seven different types of rolls? Kaiser roll, torpedo roll, pita, tortilla, chapatti, phyllo, crepe.
What is a kaiser roll? A round crusty roll that is often sprinkled with poppy or sesame seeds.
What is a torpedo roll? A long skinny sandwich roll
What is a pita? A round-shaped flatbread cut open to form a pocket.
What is a chapatti and a phyllo? Chapatti: is an Indian whole-wheat flatbread. Phyllo: is a very thin, layered pastry dough
How to make a grilled sandwich? You would butter and then brrown the outside of each slice of bread on the griddle.
What is an example for a fried sandwich? A Monte Cristo is a closed, shallow-fried or deep-fried sandwich.
What is a au Jus? Open-face sandwichs are sometimes served au jus, or accompanied by the juices that a chef will obtain, or get, from roasting meat
What are twocold sandwich basics? Pastrami: a seasond somked meat. Club-sandwich: A triple-decker sandwich that features cold, sliced cooked turkey and ham, or bacon.
How to prepare and plate a salad sandwich? It is a sandwich that has a salad made with a fatty dressing, such as mayonnaise, as the filling (Don't prpare it in advanced)
What are brochettes marinated, then baked, broiled, or grilled
What are two filled pastry shells? Bouchee: uses shells made from puff pastry. Barquette: dough formed into a small boat-shaped shell
What is a rumaki? Appetizers that are made of blanched bacon that is then wrpped around vegetables, seafood, cicken liver, meat, poultry, or fruits.
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