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Traditional Dutch Desserts

Learn popular Dutch desserts such as speculaas and pannenkoek!

Duration: 3 hours/session

For: 1 session

Fees: $128.00

Chef: Susan Roberts

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One of the most popular Dutch desserts refers to speculaas which is a spiced biscuit. The Dutch East India Company, through their spice trade, brought back cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, anissed, coriander, ginger, cardamom and mace. These mix of spices are key to making good speculaas. Today's menu will introduce you to the art of using these spices to make two types of speculaas. 

Speculaasbrokken (cookies made in one big slab and later broken into smaller chunks) typically eaten during winter and Christmas

Gevulde speculaas (cookies filled with almond paste)

While waiting our speculaas to come out of the oven, we will also make another popular Dutch dessert, the Pannenkoek, a Dutch pancake which can be served sweet or savoury.  We will serve a savoury version with cheese, bacon and syrup!

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