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Thursday, 10 August 2017

Procedural writing - Takakau bread

Takakau Bread

Takakau bread is traditional Maori bread made by the british iwi. Takakau bread has been going on for years and years and was made by the british gave maori iwi flour and more stuff but the maori iwi changed some things around in the bread.

WALT: Follow the structure of procedural writing

Ingredients
Baking powder
Salt
Milk
Flour
Materials
Measuring cups
Bowl
Whisk
Foil
Flat pan

Instructions
1. Add salt, baking powder and flour into a large bowl
2. Then mix all ingredients until it is all combined
3. When it is mixed well add in milk and stir until it becomes dough
4. Take the dough out of the bowl then knead until it’s not sticky
5. Once you are finished kneading the dough place it on a Flat pan with Foil underneath it
6. Preheat oven to 200C and place the Flat pan in the oven for half an hour
7. Once it is cooked take it out and leave it aside to cool down
8. When it’s cooled down eat with butter and maple syrup




2 comments:

  1. Kia ora Salote,

    You have met the learning intention by following the structure of a procedural text! Next time we will work on adding more details to our sentences.

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    1. Hi Miss Stone,

      yes i think i need to work on adding more detail to my writing, im always in a rush to finish all my work

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