Join Chef Rita to learn the secrets of Frikadellen, sometimes called "the German hamburger." Frikadellen (also known as Buletten or Fleischpflanzerl) are made of minced veal, pork, or beef (or a blend of two meats) and resemble a flattened meatball. Many variations of Frikadellen are popular throughout Europe, including Germany, Austria, Norway, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, and Lithuania. Combined with onions, a binding agent and "secret seasonings," savory and succulent Frikadellen are often served with boiled potatoes and gravy. They are equally popular served on a Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato, pickled cucumbers, finely sliced, deep-fried onions and curry ketchup.
This informative and enjoyable class includes hands-on instruction, Chef Rita's delicious family recipe to take home, a drink from the bar, generous samplings, and of course, great camaraderie.