Polish/Ukrainian Dumplings (pierogi)
Learn to make the national dish of Poland and the Ukraine - pierogis!
- Starts Aug 25Starts Aug 25
- 40 US dollars$40
- The Great Outdoors Pavilion, 145 Plantation Dr, Titusville
Pierogi are potato or kapusta (sauerkraut) filled dumplings made of a noodle-type dough, boiled, and then fried up with butter and onions. They are a national dish of both Poland and the Ukraine. Chef Kel will be using the recipe and technique taught to her as a child by her Ukrainian grandmother. She will guide you through the entire process, from making the dough and the fillings, to assembling the pierogi, to the separate cooking steps. You will make enough to take some home to share. This class is being held in the enclosed and air conditioned party pavilion at The Great Outdoors. It is open to the public. Guests stop at the gate for a parking pass and then proceed towards Plantation Manor. Pass the Manor and park by the tennis courts. The Pavilion is behind the Manor and the tennis courts. Class is from 11 am - 1 pm.
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