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SITHKOP004 develop menus for special dietary requirements

Take a look at the performance evidence for this unit on the previous page and this will form the basis of the assignment.

You may choose your own scenarios, menus and meal plans or you may choose six of the following scenarios; but they must meet the requirements of the performance evidence:

  • Six different menus or meal plans.
  • At least two of those menus or meal plans must be for cultural or religious requirements.
  • Evaluate the menus or meal plans by collecting two types feedback

Scenarios 1

Develop a menu or meal plan for a 20-year-old professional football player, state the types of foods and meals they should eat and the types of foods they should not eat and state the reasons and benefits. Do a standard portion cost on at least one dish.

Timing of when the players eat is really important, so making sure that they've eaten the main meal about an hour and half to two hours before they train or play a game to make sure they actually fuel themselves with carbohydrates and protein.

And then the timing straight after training, which is within 30 minutes after to get in fluid, carbohydrates to absorb and protein for muscle growth and repair.

For the meals and snacks itself, the importance lies in having the perfect balance of carbohydrates, protein and fat.

They do not want to make the carbohydrate load too high. They think that's where people misunderstand, that the players need masses.

Some examples for high protein and calories food:

  • Nuts & Seeds (Macadamia Nuts) (718 calories/100g)

(Peanut Butter) (590 calories/100g)

  • Chocolate (Dark 70-85% Cacao) (598 calories/100g)
  • Avocados (160 calories/100g)
  • Meat (Beef Brisket, Cooked) (358 calories/100g).

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Breakfast

Ham and mushroom omelette

Sweet potato hash, spinach and scramble eggs.

Blueberry, almond and banana smoothie

Guavas

Pumpkin soup with multi-grain bread

Roasted salmon fillet served with blenching green beans pesto sauce.

Sweet potato and onion tart

Strawberry Banana Smoothie.

Baked avocado, pumpkin and eggs

Honey toasted apple cinnamon granola

Burrito with avocado black-bean salsa

Greek yogurt with mixed berries

Spinach and tomato crepes

Quinoa porridge

Frittata muffin

Greek yogurt parfait with granola

Mixed berries with cream smoothie

Mix vegetable omelette and avocado

Scramble eggs with brown bread

Smoked salmon and avocado with toast

Quinoa pancake

Banana and apple smoothie

Soft baked eggs

Green smoothie

Tuna, avocado and oatmeal salad

Dark chocolate, banana, rye loaf

Turkey burger and beetroot relish

Sticky malt loaf

Thai squash and pineapple curry

Apple juice

Lunch

Beetroot, chicken and potato salads

Spicy Mexican beef and rice

Strawberry, mango and apple smoothie.

Apple and mango juice

Stir-fried prawn with vegetables and serve with brown rice.

Pancake with Greek-yoghurt, blueberries, and banana.

Ham, cheese and tomato omelette with brown bread

Apricot and peach

Lasagne

Big cheeseburger and chips

Cranberry and raspberry smoothie

Chocolate brownie cake

Bolognese spaghetti

Feta and tomato omelette

Vegetable tagine with chickpeas and raisin

Chocolate milkshake with protein

Thai prawn, ginger and spring onion stir-fry

Warm chicken salad

Tuna and turkey and avocado wrap

Dried fruit

Tuna, asparagus and white bean salad

Honey muesli with raspberries and hazelnuts

Steak and seeded bread with mixed salad

Oranges juice

Beetroot and chicken potato salad

Bean and smoked leg ham soup

Cheese Steak Burrito

Mixed berries smoothie

Snack

Pineapple and mango salads

Yogurt

Orange juice.

Cereal with almond milk.

Banana or avocado

Water

Dried nuts

Apples and avocado

Mango juice

Blueberry with Greek yogurt

Water melon and passion fruit

Water

Oats porridge

Dark chocolate

Almond milk

Sweet potato brownie

Peanut butter with brown bread

Pineapple and mango

Dried fruits

Avocado and tuna sushi

Apple juice

Dinner

Cauliflower soup.

Pesto pasta with chicken, asparagus and peas.

Thai spiced turkey and quinoa

Avocado, apple and mango smoothie.

Chicken Caesar salads

Multi-grain spaghetti and sausage meatballs.

Chicken with rice and peas, corn on the cob

Mango and pineapple juice

Roasted chicken, sweet potato wedges and broccoli

Beef stir- fry with eggs noodles

Pesto pasta with roasted chickpeas

Strawberry with Greek yogurt smoothie

Large pizza

Salmon fillet with salsa salad

Mixed bean and brown rice

Guavas juice

Thai green curry with scallop and prawn

Quinoa and veggie salad

Banana and blueberry waffle

Mixed berries smoothie

Salmon, tofu and broccoli on brown rice

Lasagne

Chicken noodle soup

Banana with Greek-yogurt smoothie

Beef steak with mushroom sauce

Mash potato

Chicken Caesar salad

Apple juice

Spaghetti Bolognese

portion no:

4

Item

Specification

Weight kg/l/Unit

Cost per kg/l/Unit

Actual cost

1

onion

1.000

each

$0.50

each

$0.50

2

garlic

0.100

kg

$10.00

kg

$1.00

3

olive oil

0.200

kg

$3.50

kg

$0.70

4

lean minced beef or chicken

0.500

kg

$11.20

kg

$5.60

5

dried herb

0.020

l

$17.00

l

$0.34

6

tomatoes

3.000

each

$1.00

each

$3.00

7

celery

0.030

l

$8.00

l

$0.24

8

carrot

0.300

kg

$5.00

kg

$1.50

9

tomato paste

0.300

kg

$10.00

kg

$3.00

10

black pepper

0.050

kg

$20.00

kg

$1.00

11

pasta

0.600

kg

$5.00

kg

$3.00

Total Cost

$21.88

Portion Cost

$5.47

Feedback form: Meal plan for Football player 20 years old

Feedback form 1 ( from customer)

YES/NO

1. Do you agree with the quality of the meals provide

Yes

2. Are you happy with the information put on the menu

Yes

3. Do you like the dessert on the menu

Yes

4. The food tasty and flavorful

No

5. The food provides enough energy

Yes

6 The meal plan enough nutrition for body

Yes

Feedback form 2 ( from service staff)

1. The menu is suitable for a football player

Yes

2. The menu has a good variety of food

Yes

3. The food had presented nice

No

4. The menu is serve with the good temperature( hot/cold/warm)

Yes

5. Do you think the breakfast has serve nice

Yes

Scenarios 2

Develop a menu or meal plan for a person of the Muslim faith, state the types of foods andmeals they should eat and the types of foods they should not eat and state the reasons and benefits. Do a standard portion cost on at least one dish.

It contains one or more of these ingredients: lamb, chicken, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruit and dairy products. It does NOT contain pork, alcohol, or non-Halal prepared meats.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Breakfast

Eggs dropped in an Onion base

Rice with Lentils, served with a Tamarind

Ground Beef of all sorts

Fried Okra

Fried Goat Brains

Tomato base chutney

Eggs curry

Lunch

Meatballs in curry

Soup with Oxtail

Fried Beef with Pepper sauce

Fried Chicken with Turmeric

Fried spring Rolls with peanut sauce

Fruits

Fried Beef Kale

Omelette

Fried Mixed Vegetable with seafood

Fried Chicken with chili

Steamed Fish with Noodle

Tom yam with Sea Food

Khmer spicy soup beef

Fried Vegetable with seafood

Fruits

Fried Chicken with ginger

Fried Tofu with bean sprout and green vegetable

Omelette

Fresh Spring Rolls with Prawn and Peanut sauce

Deep Cooked Beef with Bread

Fruits

Dinner

Chicken biryani

Garlic mustard fish fillet

Beha fry

Pesto chicken and pumpkin spaghetti

Butter chicken on rice

Rosemary lamb shank braised in red wine with mash potato

Lamb pilaf

Fried Mixed Vegetable with seafood

portion no:

4

Item

Specification

Weight kg/l/Unit

Cost per kg/l/Unit

Actual cost

1

onion

1.000

each

$0.50

each

$0.50

2

garlic

0.100

kg

$10.00

kg

$1.00

3

olive oil

0.200

kg

$5.00

kg

$1.00

4

spring onion

0.050

kg

$4.00

kg

$0.20

5

broccoli

0.020

l

$2.00

l

$0.04

6

tomatoes

2.000

each

$1.00

each

$2.00

7

celery

0.030

l

$1.00

each

$0.03

8

carrot

0.200

kg

$5.00

kg

$1.00

9

white fish

0.300

kg

$10.00

kg

$3.00

10

squid

0.500

kg

$20.00

kg

$10.00

11

prawn

0.500

kg

$20.00

kg

$10.00

Total Cost

$28.77

Portion Cost

$7.19

Feedback form: Meal plan for a Muslim People

Feedback form 1( from customer)

YES/NO

1. The menu has a good variety of item

Yes

2. The food is hot and fresh

Yes

3. The quality of the food was excellent

Yes

4. The food tasty and flavorful

No

5. The food provides enough energy

Yes

6 The meal plan enough nutrition for body

Yes

Feedback 2( from customer and health support)

Questions content ( from nutrition guides)

Always

Sometimes

Never

1

The menu includes a variety of bright and attractive colors

yes

2

The menu includes a variety of textures

yes

3

The menu includes a variety of preparation methods

yes

4

The menu includes of the hot and cold foods

yes

5

The menu includes a variety of flavors

yes

6

The menu includes of the garnishes for the menu items

yes

7

The menu includes a variety of choices

yes

Scenarios 3

Develop a menu or meal plan for a Kosher, state the types of foods andmeals they should eat and the types of foods they should not eat and state the reasons and benefits. Do a standard portion cost on at least one dish:

Certain animals may not be eaten at all. This restriction includes the flesh, organs, eggs and milk of the forbidden animals. Of the animals that may be eaten, the birds and mammals must be killed in accordance with Jewish law. All blood must be drained from meat and poultry or broiled out of it before it is eaten. Certain parts of permitted animals may not be eaten. Fruits and vegetables are permitted, but must be inspected for bugs (which cannot be eaten). Meat (the flesh of birds and mammals) cannot be eaten with dairy. Fish, eggs, fruits, vegetables and grains can be eaten with either meat or dairy. (According to some views, fish may not be eaten with meat). Utensils (including pots and pans and other cooking surfaces) that have come into contact with meat may not be used with dairy, and vice versa. Utensils that have been exposed to non-kosher food may not be used with kosher food. This applies only where the contact occurred while the food was hot. Grape products made by non-Jews may not be eaten.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Breakfast

Baked eggs in avocado boats

Poached eggs on brown bread

Polenta with feta and scallions

Smoked salmon benedict on brown butter hollandaise

Latke waffle with hot tea

Fried eggs and chees potato pancake sliders

Mash avocado on toast with pomegranate seeds

Lunch

Creamy spinach shakshuka

Sweet and sour meatball on rice

Pumpkin mug cake

Spicy beans salsa

Grilled lamb with brown sugar glaze

Challah and cinnamon on toast

Avocado, tomato and mango salsa

Braised balsamic chicken

Pomegranate and mango smoothie

Quinoa and black bean

Baked honey mustard chicken

French toast casserole

Coconut and tofu curry on rice

Baked Dijon salmon

Apple juice

Arugula and asparagus salad

Lemon garlic tilapia

Almond and orange muffin

Greek salad

Chicken and red wine sauce

Strawberry smoothie

Dinner

Slow cook beef chuck

with mash potato

Braised chicken

Pesto pasta with chicken

Garlic and ginger chicken stir-fry on rice

Grilled tuna steaks

Beef pot roast

Spicy chicken breast

Braised Chicken

portion no:

4

Item

Specification

Weight kg/l/Unit

Cost per kg/l/Unit

Actual cost

1

skinless, boneless chicken

1.000

kg

$0.50

kg

$0.50

2

garlic salt

0.050

kg

$10.00

kg

$0.50

3

onion

0.200

kg

$5.00

kg

$1.00

4

olive oil

0.050

kg

$5.00

kg

$0.25

5

balsamic vinegar

0.020

l

$2.00

l

$0.04

6

spring onion

1.000

each

$2.00

each

$2.00

7

black pepper

0.050

kg

$20.00

kg

$1.00

Total Cost

$5.29

Portion Cost

$1.32

Feedback form: Meal plan for person with kosher disease

Feedback form 1( from customer and health supporter)

YES/NO

1. The food provides enough energy

Yes

2. The menu has a good variety of items

Yes

3. The quality of the food was excellent

Yes

4. The food is tasty and flavorful

No

5. Employees are patient when taking your order

Yes

6. My food order was correct and complete

No

Feedback form 2 ( from customer)

Answer

Do you like the items on the menu

Yes, I do but I hope you can make it more and put more vegetable on the menu.

Does the food taste nice?

Yes, It is.

How do you think about the quality of the food

I think it is really good.

How do you think about the garnishes for the menu items

It looks really attractive and colourful.

Scenarios 4

Develop a menu plan for person with coeliac disease (gluten-free), state the types of foods andmeals they should eat and the types of foods they should not eat and state the reasons and benefits. Do a standard portion cost on at least one dish.

Who are allergic or intolerant to gluten (a protein of wheat, barley, oats, or rye). It contains one or more of these ingredients: dairy products, fresh vegetables, salads, fruit, fish, lean meats, and rice. It does NOT contain bread, sauces, pasta, custard, cakes, chocolates, rolls, or crackers.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Breakfast

Spinach and roasted tomato omelette

Berries and hot cereal

Gluten-free waffle

Gluten-free bagels

Sausage and mushroom muffin

Burrito

Smoked salmon and cream cheese on bagel

Snack

Crackers snack

Hard boiled eggs

Dried apricot and almonds

Tropical yogurt parfait

Peanut butter and apple slices

Granola bars

Peanuts and raisin

Lunch

Turkey chilli and corn bread

Taco salad

Falafel

Lemongrass beef salad

Tuna salads

Turkey lettuce wrap

Mediterranean quinoa salad

Snack

Mixed berried smoothie

Peanuts butter and banana

Cereal

Nachos

Popcorn and string cheese

Mixed nuts

Stuffed quesadilla

Dinner

Baked pasta lasagne

Balsamic chicken glaze with mushroom

Garlic mashed cauliflower

Steak with yams and zucchini

Salmon glazed with honey

Pork loin with garlic and rosemary

Mac and cheese

Tofu stir-fry

Snack

Peanut butter cookies

Popcorn balls

Low fat vanilla ice-cream

Cookie truffles

Coconut chia puddings

Dried fruits

Dark chocolate covered almonds

Taco salad

portion no:

4

Item

Specification

Weight kg/l/Unit

Cost per kg/l/Unit

Actual cost

1

lean ground beef

1.000

kg

$10.00

kg

$10.00

2

taco seasoning mix

0.100

l

$10.00

l

$1.00

3

chilli beans

0.020

kg

$5.00

kg

$0.10

4

French dressing

0.080

l

$10.00

l

$0.80

5

iceberg lettuce

1.000

each

$4.00

each

$4.00

6

fresh capsicum

2.000

each

$2.00

each

$4.00

7

Total Cost

$19.90

Portion Cost

$4.98

Feedback form: Meal plan for person with coeliac disease

Feedback form 1

YES/NO

1. The food provides enough energy

Yes

2. The menu has a good variety of items

Yes

3. The quality of the food was excellent

Yes

4. The food is tasty and flavorful

No

5. Employees are patient when taking your order

Yes

6. My food order was correct and complete

No

Feedback form 2

1. Do we need storage more ingredients

Yes

2. Do we has a lot of suppliers at moment

No

3. Enough staff to do the meal plan

Yes

4. Ordering food is easy to prepare in this season

Yes

5. The meal plan is easy to implement

No

6. The menu has a good variety of items

Yes

Scenarios 5

Develop a menu or meal plan a man on a low fat diet, state the types of foods andmeals they should eat and the types of foods they should not eat and state the reasons and benefits. Do a standard portion cost on at least one dish.

Eatplenty of plantfoods(such as whole-grain products, fruits, andvegetables) and a moderate amount of lean andlow-fat, animal-basedfood(meat and dairy products) to help control yourfat, cholesterol, carbs, and calories.

Who need to minimise their intake of fatty foods. It contains one or more of these ingredients: margarine, cottage cheese, egg whites, boiled rice, potatoes, lean meats, fish, wholegrain bread, cereals, and fresh fruit.

Foods should avoid:

It does NOT contain milk, cream, fat, cheese, egg yolks, or fatty meats.

Limit total intake of fats and oils.

Avoid butter, stick margarine, shortening, lard, palm and coconut oils.

Limit mayonnaise, salad dressings, gravies and sauces, unless they are homemade with low-fat ingredients.

Limit chocolate.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Breakfast

Muesli

Skinny milk

Tinned apricot

Cottage cheese, honey and banana with brown bread

Wholegrain cereal with skinny milk

Peaches

3 slides of raisin toast

banana smoothie

Wholegrain cereal flakes

Skinny milk

Banana

Fruits cereal with skinny milk

Strawberry smoothie

Multigrain toast with avocado and poached eggs, grill tomato

Lunch

Tuna with green salads wrap

Low-fat yogurt

Salmon potato cake, spinach with sweetcorn salad

Ham, cheese and salad sandwich

Salmon and avocado sushi

Hot chocolate with skinny milk

Pumpkin and chickpea salad

Wholemeal pita wrap with roasted beef

Green salad

Chicken, lettuce and mayo sandwich

Low-fat yogurt

Snack

2 boiled eggs

Low-fat Greek yogurt topped with oats

Almonds

Dried apricot

Fresh fruits

Can of tuna with whole wheat crackers

Vegetable sticks

Dinner

Sweet potato and asparagus and bean salad with wholemeal bread

Low-fat yogurt with mixed berried

Grilled lemon chicken wrap

Green salad

Low-fat ice-cram with apple

Salmon and chickpea salad

Low-fat yogurt with rockmelon

Lean steak, potato and steam vegetables

Fruit platter

Spaghetti bolognaise

Green salad

Low-fat yogurt

Chicken, rocket and leek risotto

Peaches

Tofu, vegetable and cashew stir-fry with hokkien noodles

Banana smoothie

Salmon and chickpea salad

portion no:

4

Item

Specification

Weight kg/l/Unit

Cost per kg/l/Unit

Actual cost

1

red onion

1.000

each

$0.50

each

$0.50

2

chickpea

0.500

kg

$10.00

kg

$5.00

3

red radishes

0.050

kg

$4.00

kg

$0.20

4

Lebanese cucumber

0.200

kg

$5.00

kg

$1.00

5

baby spinach

1.000

each

$1.50

each

$1.50

6

salmon

0.500

kg

$25.00

kg

$12.50

7

lemon

0.050

kg

$5.00

kg

$0.25

Total Cost

$20.95

Portion Cost

$5.24

Feedback form: Meal plan for person with low fat diet

Feedback form 1 (from customer)

YES/NO

1. The food provides enough energy

Yes

No

2. Were the food delicious

Yes

3. The quality of the food was excellent

Yes

4. The food is tasty and flavorful

No

5. Do you like the flavor on the main meals?

Yes

6. Were your food order was correct and complete?

No

Feedback form 2 ( from staff)

1. Do we need storage more ingredients

Yes

2. Do we has a lot of suppliers at moment

No

3. Enough staff to do the meal plan

Yes

4. Ordering food is easy to prepare in this season

Yes

5. The meal plan is easy to implement

No

6. The menu has a good variety of items

Yes

Scenarios 6

Develop a menu or meal plan for a vegan vegetarian, state the types of foods andmeals they should eat and the types of foods they should not eat and state the reasons and benefits. Do a standard portion cost on at least one dish.

It is usually aromatic and spicy, and incorporates flavours from the Indian sub-continent. It contains one or more of these ingredients: all types of vegetables, fresh fruit. It does NOT contain any type of meat, fish or eggs and dairy products.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Breakfast

Cinnamon apple oatmeal

Fruit cereal

Oatmeal with fruits

Costa Rican beans with brown rice

Pears and banana

Almond milk

Lettuce, tomato, avocado and mushroom wraps

Oatmeal with fruit

Lunch

Pumpkin soup with wholemeal bread

Thai beef salad

Cauliflower soup with multigrain bread

Chickpeas salad roll

Stir-fried chines lettuce with broccoli and tofu with soy sauce

Potato and cauliflower curry

Balsamic zucchini sandwiched

Snack

Slices capsicum and hummus

Apple and carrots with rice cake

Popcorn

Coconut water

Red pepper hummus with pita and veggies

Berries

Oranges and raisins

Banana

Dinner

Barbeque Portobello’s mushroom with quinoa pilaf

Lentil artichoke stew

Steamed vegetables with tofu a side

Asparagus, corn and peas pasta

Zippy yams and bok choy and brown rice

Chocolate mousse

Mango and banana

Sweet potato lentil chilli and kick kale

Chocolate mouses

portion no:

4

Item

Specification

Weight kg/l/Unit

Cost per kg/l/Unit

Actual cost

1

dark choccolate, chopped

0.300

kg

$10.00

kg

$3.00

2

eggs

3.000

each

$0.30

each

$0.90

3

Caster sugar

0.055

kg

$4.00

kg

$0.22

4

cocoa powder

0.005

kg

$20.00

kg

$0.10

5

thicken cream

0.300

l

$5.00

l

$1.50

6

grated chocolate

0.050

kg

$10.00

kg

$0.50

Total Cost

$6.22

Portion Cost

$1.56

Feedback form: Meal plan for a vegan vegetarian:

Feedback form 1 ( from customer)

YES/NO

1. The food provides enough energy

Yes

2. The menu has a good variety of items

Yes

3. The quality of the food was excellent

Yes

4. The food is tasty and flavorful

No

5. Employees are patient when taking your order

Yes

6. My food order was correct and complete

No

Feedback form 2 ( from staff)

1. Do we need storage more ingredients

Yes

2. Do we has a lot of suppliers at moment

No

3. Enough staff to do the meal plan

Yes

4. Ordering food is easy to prepare in this season

Yes

5. The meal plan is easy to implement

No

6. The menu has a good variety of items

Yes

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