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Resep Makanan dalam Bahasa Inggris Beserta Contohnya!

5 resep makanan dalam bahasa Inggris

Kamu mungkin sering menemui berbagai resep makanan dalam bahasa Inggris seperti makanan dari Asia, Timur Tengah, atau Eropa. Mereka memiliki keunikannya masing-masing, kan?

Tahukah kamu?

Memahami kumpulan resep makanan dalam bahasa Inggris juga akan membantu kamu mengenal kosakata baru dengan lebih cepat lho. Pembelajaran ini bisa dipelajari secara mandiri kok, tapi kamu juga bisa gabung di Kelas Bahasa Inggris Lister untuk mendapat arahan yang jelas ya, fellas.

Jika kamu masih berada di level dasar pembelajaran, simak materi resep makanan dalam Bahasa Inggris yang bisa dibuat dengan praktis dan mudah di bawah ini!

Ciri-Ciri Penulisan Resep Makanan

  1. Menggunakan Simple Present Tense
  2. Menggunakan kalimat imperative
  3. Menggunakan numbering seperti first, second, etc
  4. Terdapat connective of sequence, seperti nest, when, while
  5. Menggunakan action verb hampir di keseluruhan kalimat seperti put, turn
  6. Menggunakan adverb seperti slowly, gently, clearly

Struktur Penulisan Resep Makanan

  1. Aim/Goal: sebagai headline maupun judul.
  2. Materials/Ingredients: berisi bahan dan peralatan yang diperlukan untuk membuat sesuatu.
  3. Methods/Steps: tata cara melakukan atau membuat sesuatu untuk mencapai hasil yang dipaparkan secara rinci dan berurutan.

Contoh Resep Makanan dalam Bahasa Inggris

Fried Rice

1. Rice.
2. Vegetables
3. Meat
4. Egg
5. Sauce

How to make fried rice in six steps easily? Follow the instruction below!
First of all, preheat the largest pan you have
Secondly, add the vegetables
Thirdly, add the cooked meat, and cook it for a minute or so to let it crisp up.
Fourthly, move all the ingredients to one side of the wok.
Fifthly, add the rice, stirring and tossing between each addition. Add a few tablespoons of your chosen sauce
Finally the sixth step, stir everything swiftly around the pan

Scottish tablet

  • 900g caster sugar
  • 250ml whole milk
  • 110g unsalted butter, diced
  • 1 x 397g tin sweetened condensed milk
  1. Put the sugar and milk in a very large pan, over a medium-low heat. Stirring occasionally, heat until all of the sugar has dissolved (don’t let it boil at this stage). Line a 20cm x 30cm baking tin or dish with baking paper.
  2. Once all the sugar has dissolved, add the butter and continue to heat until it has melted into the sweet milk.
  3. Now add the condensed milk and mix well. Increase the heat and stir continuously while the mixture boils (try not to let it catch and burn, or you will get brown flecks in your tablet). Take care, as it is very hot and bubbles volcanically, which is why you need a large pan to stop it from boiling over. Using a cook’s thermometer, take it to 120°C (soft-ball stage). It will get slightly thicker, and also start to turn a fudgy colour.
  4. Once it’s reached 120°C, remove from the heat and leave to settle for a few minutes. Now, either by hand, or in a stand mixer, beat the mixture until it starts to thicken and set – it will begin to look thick and slightly grainy. If you like, at this point you can add a pinch of salt or some flavouring such as vanilla, or whisky, although it’s not so traditional.
  5. Pour into the lined tin and smooth out evenly, pushing it into the corners. Leave to set for 30 minutes, then mark into squares with a sharp knife. Leave to set for at least a couple of hours, but ideally overnight. If you prefer, rather than marking it into squares, you can just leave the tablet to set then break it up, for a more rustic look. Store in an airtight container.