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Kringli Töötoa | Kringel Workshop – Sydney, May 29

Join our master baker, Lagle Sammelsaar, as she guides you through the process in making an Estonian kringel.This 4-hour workshop, includes the cost of all of the required ingredients, baking materials as well as notes and tips and tricks to getting the best result in the future.

10AM on Saturday, May 29, 2021

Sydney Estonian House
141 Campbell St,
Surry Hills NSW 2010

The kringle is a type of Scandinavian pastry, a brother to the pretzel and distant cousin to the cinnamon roll. Braided and filled with buttery cinnamon sugar, the crust is sweet, crunchy and the layers of bread – buttery soft. It’s a custom in Estonia to bake a kringle on your birthday. The easy to make, twisted plaits of bread is a delicious treat that also fills the kitchen with a lovely aroma too!

COVID-19 UPDATE & SAFETY PROTOCOL
Upon arrival we require all attendees to scan the QR codes and to check in via the Service NSW app. If you have any cold or flu symptoms, please get tested immediately and isolate yourself until you receive a negative result.We highly recommend wearing a mask when inside unless you are eating or drinking, communicating with another person who is deaf or hard of hearing, or have a physical or mental health illness, condition or disability that makes wearing a mask unsuitable. Children under 12 years old are not required to wear a mask

By Kristi Barrow

Loves all things Estonian. Especially Crafters Elderflower gin. Aussie born.