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  • GREAT MINNESOTA HOT DISHES

    GREAT MINNESOTA HOT DISHESThe Minnesota hot dish (elsewhere called a casserole) is a one-dish supper (or side dish) baked in your oven using a single piece of cookware. We will: use fresh ingredients (no canned soups) and do easy preparation for a family meal or make impressive elegant company fare for friends or crowd-pleasing recipes for a pot luck. Many of these hot dishes can be made ahead, chilled then baked. AND, there is minimal dish-washing! You betcha! Join us to create up to 15 sensational dishes including: Beef, Pork and Sauerkraut; Pork Loin with Dried Apricots and Cherries; Beef and Spinach (or Broccoli); Eggplant and Cheese; Chicken Cobbler with Carrots, Mushrooms and Peas; Lentils and Vegetables; and Baked Penne Pasta with Chicken, Broccoli and Mushrooms just to name a few. Our recipes are enhanced by a blend of diverse ethnic influences to create a sensational food, easy to prepare, a pleasure to serve and a delight to eat. There is a $15 food fee payable to the instructor on the day of class.. 
  • KRUMKAKE, PIZZELLE, SANDBAKKELSE & ROSETTES-4 FAMOUS COOKIES

    KRUMKAKE, PIZZELLE, SANDBAKKELSE & ROSETTES- 4 FAMOUS COOKIESLearn to create the rolled Norwegian cookie, krumkake, made with cream, butter and cinnamon or vanilla flavored. Like krumkakes, Italian pizzelles are also baked on the top of the stove using an iron but are a flat, anise-flavored cookie that may also be flavored with vanilla. The chewy, almond Swedish sandbakkelse are delicate golden brown in color and are baked in tiny tins to remsemble tarts. Finally, you will master deep-fried rosettes: those exceedingly fragile, paper thin Scandinavian delicacies dusted with confectioner's sugar. From this class of four famous ethnic cookies, you can expect great recipes, plus the many tips and techniques that will make your baking a great success! You will take samples home so make sure to bring containers with you.