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Chebureki Workshop

Livestream San Francisco, CA

$29.00

BYOW
Livestream
These deep-fried turnovers represent the best Eastern European street food has to offer. Despite their popularity in Russia and Ukraine, Chebureki has nothing to do with Slavic cuisine. Its roots go deep into Crimean Tatar culture and spread across Turkey, Romania, and Central Asia. At this workshop, I will show you how to make beautiful flaky chebureki from scratch felled with juicy meat or cheese and herbs (your choice). A pro tip - chebureki taste incredibly good with a glass of cold beer!

Menu detail

Meat Chebureki
Entree
Equipment: - rolling pin or wine bottle - small plate - large bowl - frying pan - metal grater or food processor - knife - cutting board Ingredients: - all-purpose flour - ground meat (pork, beef, lamb, chicken) - yellow onion - sunflower or canola oil ( 2 cups) - water - salt - black pepper - caraway seeds (optional) - vodka (1 oz)
Cheese Chebureki
Entree
Equipment: - rolling pin or wine bottle - small plate - large bowl - frying pan - metal grater or food processor - knife - cutting board Ingredients: - all-purpose flour - low-moisture mozzarella (4 oz) - herbs (parsley, dill, etc) - sunflower or canola oil ( 2 cups) - water - salt - vodka (1 oz)
Red Ajika
Small Plate
his is a wonderful condiment you can use for a lot of your favorite dishes. I chose it because it wonderfully complements the meat dumplings. Equipment: - food processor - knife - cutting board - glass container or jar Ingredients: - red bell pepper - tomatoes - garlic - red chili pepper - fresh or jarred horseradish (optional) - red wine vinegar - salt - sugar