Secrets of home-made Muesli (Granola)
Please pay attention to my workshop on the making of home-made Granola — not only an ideal breakfast but much more. Especially for people who care about a healthy lifestyle, this workshop is a must.
Granola is a traditional US-American breakfast or snack that contains oatmeal, nuts and honey, sometimes rice, usually baked together until it’s crispy.
During the baking process, the mixture is periodically mixed to achieve a loose consistency, similar to breakfast cereals. Sometimes the mixture are dried fruits, such as raisins or dates, added.
I am pleased to teach you how to make your own home-made Granola from ecological oat flakes. Although very similar to muesli, Granola is more delicious, because of the way how it is made. By using honey, the oat meal gets next to a crispy consistence a caramelizing crust. This is Granolas big plus and distinctive feature compared to cereals.
It is very cool, when you can experiment with a product. Needless to say that Granola is a very healthy and long-lasting product. We do not use chemicals, and nuts and berries are also not subjected to excessive processing. And in a closed pot Granola easily stays a couple of weeks and even longer, without losing its characteristics and taste.
During the workshop, we first move the organic oat flakes to a grain saver, then each of us will create its own muesli type, by adding various ingredients: nuts, seeds, raisins, dried fruits.
I am happy to share the secrets of baking and cooking Granola.
The ready Granola can be taken with you.
The workshop will be held in the city centre in an authentic communal apartment. I'll tell you the story of our house built by the architect Dolginov and the history of the appearance of communal apartments in St. Petersburg.
All needed products will be provided and of course – your self-cooked meal can be taken with you.
The workshop will be held in the city centre in an authentic communal apartment.
I'll tell you the story of our house built by the architect Dolginov in 1913 year and the history of the appearance of communal apartments in St. Petersburg.
Metro Petrogradskaya, Podkovyrova street,4