Apple strudel is a classic dessert of Eastern Europe that’s savored by many Ely area residents. The word strudel refers to the effect of rolling up of a generous fruit filling in a paper-thin unleavened crust. Learn how to mix, knead, and pull genuine strudel dough the old fashioned way! Sure, store-bought phyllo dough offers a quick short cut, but handcrafted dough results in a delicate and buttery pastry – the real deal.
After pulling the dough, we will fold it with grated or sliced apples, sugar, cinnamon, and butter and then bake to perfection. Each student will take home a generous piece. Dessert is served!
About the Instructor: Mary Louise Icenhour is an Ely native and retired teacher who loves to share her passion for traditional skills. She also teaches our Pine Needle Basketry, Walnut Potica, Pasty and Canning classes.
Thursday, June 29, 6:00 pm – 9:00pm
(This class is also offered on Wednesday, July 12)
with Mary Louise Icenhour
Tuition: $40, Materials: $5
EFS Members: Use code MEMBER at checkout for your discount.
- June 29, 2017
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm