salad roll

1. mise-en-place.

 

2. final salad roll.

3. Answer the following question

1) Did you enjoy this lab? Why or why not?

Yes, I enjoy salad roll lab. I have tried this food before in Korea. I made this with my family so rice paper is familiar for me. I was pleased to make this food.

 

2) What reasonable (i.e. no candy!) thing would you do to alter this recipe to keep it healthy or make it healthier? What nutritional value would this add to the recipe (i.e. carbohydrates, protein, vitamins, minerals, fats)?

Salad roll contain shrimp, carrot, cucumber, head of leaf lettuce, and green onion. In this roll, I want to add pork and pineapple. Pork contains many healthy vitamins such as vitamin A, B, C, and E.  Also pork contains calcium which is good for your bone health. Meanwhile, pineapple contains similar beneficial vitamins such as vitamin A and C. In addition, pineapple can provide iron that can strengthen your red blood cells, and fiber that enables increased movement of digestive system.

 

3) Often, rolls like these are served deep fried. Most people understand that deep frying food is not healthy for us. What exactly does deep frying do to our food? Why does it become unhealthy? What, if any, nutrients are added that are not great for us?

Deep fried food is not healthy for us. Deep fried is a cooking method in which food is submerged in hot oil. frying food in hot temperature changes the nature of the food that can be unhealthy for consumers. The natural fat in the food transforms into another type of fat called trans- fat. Trans-fat is scientifically proven to bring many adverse effects such as high blood pressure, obesity, and heart diseases.