I elaborated this project with my classmates Alba and Celia and Andrea (she is from 4th Eso.)
1. Why did I choose this recipe? How are both topics connected?
We chose this recipe because we play in a basketball team, and basketball is our favourite sport. Near the place we train, there´s a kiosk. Before we train, we buy there some sweets, and our favourite is a brown biscuit called “morenito”. A morenito is made with biscuits and chocolate so we decided to do a morenito´s construction, with biscuits and chocolate. We think that is a good idea.
2. The recipe.
It’s a very easy recipe.
-300 gr of butter. (Room temperature).
– 2 big eggs.
-350 gr of flour.
-250 gr of sugar.
-A bit of cinnamon.
-A bit of salt.
-coloring (red and yellow)
– white chocolate (a tablet).
-black chocolate (a tablet).
Ho to made it? :
1: First, we preheat the oven at 180 grades.
2: We have to mix well in a bowl the sifted flour, the sugar and the butter.
3: After mix, we add mixed eggs, the cinnamon and the salt.
4: When we finish of mix, we have to mold biscuits, preferably, with a form of a circle.
5: After that, we put this biscuits into the oven, they have to be there for 15 minutes.
6: When biscuits are cooked, we had to melt the chocolate in the microwave.
7: After that, we add coloring, three drops of red and other nine of yellow, it has to be an orange colour.
8: We overturn the orange chocolate on biscuits, they have to be orange.
9: We melt black chocolate in the microwave. We put this on a pastry bag.
10: We do the lines of the ball.
11: Enjoy eating biscuits!!!!
Source: Biscuits’ recipe is from my grandmother. We invented the decoration of biscuits.
I knew the mean of whole ingredients but I didn’t know, how do we say “temperatura ambiente” in Spanish. It’s room temperature.
Pastry bag: manga pastelera.
Basketball is a physical contact sport. The first aim is introduce the ball into a basket. I love basketball, for my is the best sport in whole world.
The only essential equipment in a basketball game is the ball and the court: a flat, rectangular surface with baskets at opposite ends. Competitive levels require the use of more equipment such as clocks, score sheets, scoreboard(s), alternating possession arrows…
Point guard (often called the «1«)
Shooting guard (the «2«)
Small forward (the «3«)
Power forward (the «4«)
Center (the «5«)