DUE TO THE LATEST COVID HEIGHTENED ALERT. THIS SESSION IS RESCHEDULED TO 28 AUGUST 2021
In our lead up to Singapore’s National Day, we put our creative juices to work by using a very familiar Singapore favourite – PRATA – to make a classic italian sweet!
Frangipane is named after 16th century Italian nobleman Marquis Muzio Frangipani, who invented a bitter almond-scented fragrance that was used to perfume gloves while he was living in Paris. French pastry chefs were inspired and invented the recipe, which became a classic. Typically used as a base in tarts or croissant, we are re-making this classic dish using a very familiar Singapore favourite – Prata!
1.5 hours, suitable for 3 – 12 years old. Children below 6 years old should be accompanied by an adult. 1 accompanying adult is allowed.
Date & Time Available:
This class uses almond powder and is not suitable for children with nut allergies.
Limited to a maximum of 5 participants per session.
Prata Frangipane Tart