# Recipe Ratios

## Geng Jute Jang Ngok.

Glass Noodle Soup With Pork (Serves 2)

### Ingredients

Pork stock 3½ cups
Ground pork 100g
60g Carrot (Shredded and sliced)
20g Celery
20g Spring Onions cut into small pieces
50g Glass Noodles (pre soaked until soft) cut into small pieces
Pinch of white pepper
Soy Sauce

 How many cups of pork stock will be required if the recipe has been scaled up to use up 80 grams of celery? The recipe is scaled up to serve N people. The combined weight of carrots and celery is 320g. Find the value of N The recipe is scaled up to serve M people. The combined weight of spring onions and glass noodles is 490g. Find the value of M How many grams of glass noodles will be required if the recipe has been scaled up to use up 56 cups of pork stock? If the recipe is scaled up to serve 20 people how many kilograms of vegetables are required?
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Ingredients:

In a large bowl put the ground pork, a pinch of white pepper, 1 tsp of soya sauce and glass noodles and mix well with hands.

Arrange into small balls

Bring the stock to the boil and add carrots. Boil until the carrots are cooked (around 4 minutes) then add pork

Add all of the rest of the ingredients. Taste the mixture add more Soy Sauce to taste.

After one minute the soup is ready to serve.

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