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Stir-Fry Pollo

Chemistry PPT 2010
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Barrett McCall

on 29 April 2010

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What Did I Eat? by Barrett McCall What Shalt Thy Cook? Hmm..I Know! Stir-Fry Chicken Makes 5 servings

2 boneless,skinless chicken breasts
11/2 cups white rice
2 cups carrots, chopped
1 spear brocolli, chopped
1/2 cup Yellow Bell Pepper - chopped
1 cup onion - chopped
1 ear corn
4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
3 tablespoons tamari sauce


Heat the olive oil in a skillet or wok over medium-high heat
Saute all vegetables about 15 min until crisp
Remove vegetables from skillet, reserving oil
Add chicken to the skillet and cook throughly, about 10 min
Add the vegetables back into the skillet
Add tamari sauce and lower heat
Let simmer for 3 min
Cook rice according to directions in separate pot
Serve Immediately
How many calories (C) from carbohydrates are in this dish? 979.2 C How many calories (C) from protein are in this dish? 286.8 C How many calories (C) from fat are in this dish? 568.4 C How many total calories are contained in this dish? 1834.4C / 5 servings = 366.9C per serving How many Joules of energy are stored in your dish? 1834C x 4184J/C = 7.67x10^6J What percent of a 2,000 calorie (C) diet would your dish represent? 1834 C / 2000 C = 91.7%
367 C / 2000 C = 18.35% per person If 1000g of water absorbed the joules of energy stored in your dish, determine the change in temperature of the water.
7.67x10^6 J = 1.0x10^3g x 4.18J/gC x 1834C - entire dish or 1.53x10^6 J = 1.0x10^3g x 4.18J/gC x 367C per person
chg in T = 1834 C (dish) or chg in T = 367 C (per person) If you (a 140lb individual walking at a pace of 2 mph) burn 80 calories per mile of walking, how many miles would you have to walk to burn off the calories in your dish?
80 C / 1 mile = 367C/x mile
367 C / 80 C = 4.59 miles Discussion


This dish comes from an Asian method of quick cooking food in a small amount of fat, over a high heat, for a short period of time.

It became a popular method of cooking because the food cooked quickly and conserved fuel.

All the ingredients are readily available in any grocery store.

It was a relatively easy meal to prepare (once the vegetables were cut up), it was delicious and nutritious with only 367 calories per serving. Analysis Analysis Receipe THE END Ingredient Amount Carbs (g) Protein (g) Fat (g)
Chicken -2 skinless breasts 8 oz 0 47.0 5.0
Rice - Uncle Ben’s white 1 1/2 cups 222.0 24.0 0
Carrots - chopped 2 cups 4.0 0 0
Broccoli - chopped 1 spear 4.0 0 1.0
Bell Pepper-chopped 1/2 cup 3.8 0.7 0.15
Onion - chopped 1 cup 2.0 0 0
Corn - yellow 1 ear 3.0 0 1.0
Extra Virgin Olive Oil 4 tablespns 0 0 56.0
Tamari Sauce 3tablespns 6.0 0 0
Totals 244.8 71.7 63.15
How many calories (C) from carbohydrates are in this dish? 244.8 x 4 = 979.2 C

How many calories (C) from protein are in this dish? 71.7 x 4 = 286.8 C

How many calories (C) from fat are in this dish? 63.15 x 9 = 568.4 C

How many total calories are contained in this dish? 979C + 287C + 568C = 1834C or 1834C / 5 servings = 367C per serving Analysis How many Joules of energy are stored in your dish? 1834C x 4184J/C = 7.67x106J (dish)
367C x 4184J/C = 1.53x106J (per serving) What percent of a 2,000 calorie (C) diet would your dish represent? 1834 C / 2000 C = 91.7% (dish)
367 C / 2000 C = 18.35% (per serving) If 1000g of water absorbed the joules of energy stored in your dish, determine the change in temperature of the water.
q=mc∆T
7.67x106 J = 1.0x103g x 4.18J/g°C x 1834C (dish)
1.53x106 J = 1.0x103g x 4.18J/g°C x 367C (per serving)
∆T = 1834 C (dish) or ∆ T = 367 C (per serving) If you (a 140lb individual walking at a pace of 2 mph) burn 80 calories per mile of walking, how many miles would you have to walk to burn off the calories in your dish?
80 C / 1 mile = 367C / x mile
367 C / 80 C = 4.59 miles Analysis Analysis
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