Retroussez vos manches pour un cours de cuisine autrichien à Salzbourg et créez deux des desserts préférés du pays : le Strudel aux pommes et le soufflé marquant de Salzburger Nockerl. Sous la direction d’un chef, vous allez étirer la pâte et mélanger les ingrédients que vous apprenez sur la collation et discuter avec le reste du groupe. Comme bonus, un copieux bol de soupe goulache est servi avant de manger vos créations. Les nombres sont limités à seulement cinq personnes pour une expérience culinaire en petits groupes.
Cours de cuisine de dessert autrichien à Salzbourg
Apprenez à cuisiner un strudel et un Salzburger Nockerl
Écoutez les conseils d'un chef professionnel et découvrez comment manipuler la pâtisserie
Savourez un bol réchauffant de soupe au goulache, suivi de vos desserts
Expérience culinaire en petit groupe, limitée à cinq personnes par groupe
I highly recommend this activity! Our teacher was simona and she was fantastic - so knowledgeable, friendly and really knows her stuff. The class is inside a cave or sorts which is a really cool vibe. And the desserts we made were delicious!
This was a first rate class. The instructor was professional, timely and friendly. The strudel was delicious. A few things we would change, lunch was a small bow of goulash. Beverages were extra. We ordered a soda and didn't know we would be charged for it until the end of the class. After the lunch the instructor served out the strudel and Nocker. He was in such a hurray to prepare for his next session that he only gave us a spoonful of each and walked away with the dishes that we made with 75 of the food still in them. He actually threw it all out and did not offer for us to take it home. Over all it was a good class and lots of fun.
This class was so much fun! My husband is very skilled in the kitchen and I am not, and we both really enjoyed ourselves. The instructor was very clear and helpful in explaining not only how to make the strudel and nockerl, but also the history behind dishes and the regional cuisine in general. The goulash for lunch was also delicious and can be enjoyed with a glass of wine while your desserts bake. Overall, it was a wonderful experience, and I highly recommend it for both kitchen pros and novices.