Czech Cooking Lessons – Finger Food

Chlebíčky a jednohubky / Czech Finger Food and Canapés

Jak dělat chlebíčky / jednohubky – 23.10.2021

Naučte se uvařit klasické české chlebíčky a jednohubky v 1,5 hodinové lekci s Vítkem, od 15. do 16:30 hod.

How to make Czech Finger Food / Canapes – Oct 23 2021

Learn how to cook Czech finger food and canapes in a 1.5 hour long lesson with Vít. From 3 pm to 4.30 pm

Obložené Chlebíčky are small open-faced appetizer sandwiches featuring assorted eggs, meats, cheeses, and vegetables and are meant to be eaten in a few small bites.

List of ingredients

This will provide a nice plate of finger food for a small group of 4-6 people:

  • Baguette Roll
  • Cream Cheese (e.g Philadelphia)
  • Mayo
  • Ham slices
  • Salami slices
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • 2 Eggs
  • Sour Cucumbers
  • 1 Green, Red & yellow capsicum
  • 1 red onion
  • Garlic
  • Fresh Parsley
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Large Serving plate / wooden board or reasonably big mirror

Extra items (not essential) for BONUS variations of single bite size Canapés (jednohubky, filled eggs etc) as well as some wedding perfect canapés by Vit.

  • Celery sticks
  • Feta cheese
  • Cottage cheese
  • another 10 eggs
  • Celeriac
  • Butter
  • Ray bread
  • Roast-beef
  • Horse radish

Extra extra bonus – If you want to get super fancy and impress, Vit recommends you order these supplies (not essential for the class though)

  • Mini Plastic Disposable Tasting Dish 75mL Cylinder Clear Pkt of 50
  • Disposable Bamboo Mini Fork / Pick 90mm Pkt of 100
  • Disposable Oval Boat Biowood Packet of 50 60mm x 45mm – here
  • Loyal Bakeware Standard Piping Bag No. 5 50cm – here plus Piping nozzle here

Click on the picture to play the Zoom Video recording of the cooking lesson

Czech Cooking Lessons series – content

Czech Garlic Soup, aka Česnečka or Hangover Soup, is regarded as a cure for all ailments, including the common cold and of course hangovers. It boasts garlic, potatoes, and crunchy rye bread croutons!
Knedlíky are traditional Czech dumplings which use a dough similar to bread dough. They’re boiled and sliced, and served with a variety of traditional Czech dishes. If you enjoy Czech food, you’ll definitely need to learn how to make this authentic recipe!
Obložené Chlebíčky are small open-faced appetizer sandwiches featuring assorted eggs, meats, cheeses, and vegetables and are meant to be eaten in a few small bites.
Svíčková na smetaně, the queen of Czech sauces. This creamy sauce is popular among Czechs, but it’s also typical food that everybody should try while visiting the Czech Republic.

Lekce českého vaření s Vítkem pro starší a pokročilé

Pro spokojené a aktivní seniory

4 lekce od 15. do 16:30 hod.:
28.8., 25.9., 23.10. a 27.11. 2021

Naučte se něco nového o české kuchyni a vaření, vyzkoušejte lahodná jídla ve čtyřech 1,5 hodinových lekcích s Vítkem.

Vítek je profesionální kuchař z České republiky, který s vášní učí ostatní vařit česká jídla.

V každé lekci se naučíte jiné české jídlo:

Klasická česneková polévka – 1. lekce 28.8.2021
Jak dělat české knedlíky – 2. lekce 25.9.2021
Chlebíčky / jednohubky – 3. lekce 23.10.2021
Česká klasika Svíčková – 4. lekce 27.11.

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Czech Cooking Lessons for SENIORS with Vít

Happy, Healthy, and Connected SENIORS

4 Lessons 3-4.30 pm:
Aug 28, Sep 25, Oct 23 and Nov 27 2021

4 x 1.5 hr lessons, in each lesson you will earn to cook one Czech classic meal.

Learn about Czech food, cooking, and try delicious meals in these 1.5 hour long lessons with Vít, who is a professional chef from the Czech republic, passionate about teaching others how to cook Czech food.

Each lesson’s date features a different recipe:

Classic Czech Garlic Soup – Lesson 1 Aug 28 2021
How to make Czech Dumplings – Lesson 2 Sep 25 2021
Finger food / Canapes – Lesson 3 Oct 23 2021
Czech Classic ‘Svíčková‘ – Lesson 4 Nov 27

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