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1. Ön egy európai uniós program keretén belül külföldi diákokkal dolgozik együtt egy magyar cukrászüzemben. Gyúrt élesztős termékeket készítenek. Mutassa be a külföldi diákoknak a gyúrt élesztős brióstészta anyaghányadát, a tésztakészítés műveleteit, valamint a kalács készítését, sütését!

A tészta és termék bemutatása közben mutassa be az eszközök, gépek alkalmazását, (pl. a dagasztógépben összegyúrom az anyagokat, ecsettel lekenem a kalácsot stb.)!

Briós elkészítése (gyúrt élesztős brióstészta)

|0,5 kg liszt |0.5 kg of flour
|5 dkg vaj |5 dkg butter
|5 dkg porcukor |5 dkg powdered sugar
|2,5 dkg élesztő |2.5 dkg of yeast
|2,5 dl tej |2.5 dl milk
|3 db tojás sárgája |3 egg yolks
|egy csipet só |a pinch of salt
|1 db tojás a lekenéshez |1 egg
|3 dkg cukor a briósok tetejére |3 dkgs of sugar to the top of brioches

A lisztet a dagasztó tálba szórom . Közepében kis fészket alakítok ki . Beleteszem a porcukrot , amire rámorzsolom az élesztőt, majd…...

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