What is lefse?
Lefse is a soft, Norwegian flatbread made from potatoes and flour, mixed with cream. Traditional lefse is made with leftover potatoes and flour. Some current variations of lefse is made out of flour, and milk or cream (or sometimes lard), and cooked on a griddle.
What will this class entail?
Starting at 6:00pm, our very own Mara Brownlee will be demonstrating how to make this Norwegian delicacy. This will be a hands on demonstration where everyone will get to experience the preparation at the three different stations:
- Measuring the Dough
- Rolling out the Dough
- Cooking the Dough
Since the recipe requires the dough to rest overnight, we will not be preparing the dough in house. Mara will have the dough premade. As a participant, you will get the recipe so you can make your own dough at home.
How much for this class?
How can I sign up for this class?
Pre-paid reservations are required. Please call 218-254-7959 to sign up today! Maximum of 12 people
Please bring an apron! We will be playing with a lot of flour and things are sure to get messy!