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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Fabulous Flatbread

Could you smell a mouth-watering aroma coming from our classrooms on Tuesday? It must have been the delicious flatbread we made so that we could experience the type of food our Stone Age ancestors would have enjoyed. After tasting a sample of plain flatbread last week, we decided to improve the recipe by adding an ingredient of our choice. Garlic, cheese, tomato, lemon and lime, salt and mixed herbs were some of our choices. We used our measuring skills to weigh the ingredients accurately.

 

 It was important to be aware of hygiene, so we made sure we washed our hands and wore aprons.We had to listen carefully to instructions so that we knew how to hold and use a knife and grater to enable us to chop and grate ingredients safely.  Once all our ingredients were in our bowls, we had to use the newly learned skills of kneading and rolling.

 

This was the part we enjoyed the most! Once our flatbread was cooked we were able to take it home for you to share the flavoursome feast.

The next day, we evaluated our flatbread. What did we like about it? What did we think could have been better and what could we do to improve it? Many of us thought that the flavours could be stronger. To achieve this we would need to increase the amount of the added ingredient next time.

We hope you enjoyed our flatbread.

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