How to make an editable recipe template.
Even if you’re not a total foodie, you’ve probably got some great recipe ideas. This article will help you design, create, and share an editable recipe template.
Whether you’re a culinary student up against a deadline, a restaurant owner trying to build a brand, or a PTA member who wants to share the perfect brownie recipe with other parents, it’s always a good idea to create and save your recipe templates as editable PDF documents. PDFs can transform your paper recipes into shareable, collaborative tools. You can also create a recipe template using an online PDF editor like Adobe Acrobat online services.
What to include in an editable recipe template.
Creating your own editable recipe template is fun and easy. Once you’ve created it, you can use it over and over for every kind of dish. Alternatively, try making a different one for each food category: one for baked dishes, one for fried foods, and don’t forget one for desserts. Creating multiple editable recipe templates is a good culinary strategy because all you have to do is fill in the ingredients for each dish.
Here’s a helpful list of things you’ll want to include when you create your recipe template:
- Begin with an overview and description of the final results. It’s good to have the prep time right up front.
- List all the ingredients in the amounts needed and in the order they will be used.
- Include a step-by-step list of all the processes, like mixing, combining, or adding ingredients.
- List the cooking time and any special steps like basting or turning the food.
- For some dishes, you may want to include some pairing ideas like side dishes or wine selections.
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