Step 6: Recipe Yield

  • Recipe yield is the total amount of food produced by the finished recipe
  • Measurements should be exact, so that the recipe produces the same results every time it is made
  • Measuring by weight or volume is most accurate, but you can also measure by number of units (for example, the number of chicken breasts)
  • Having an accurate recipe yield is important for nutrient analysis

Enter the information into your recipe template.

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