Course in Pastry in Sisak in Croatia

Compare Course Studies in Pastry 2017/2018 in Sisak in Croatia

Pastry

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Studying Pastry includes menu design, trends in baking and pastry making and terminology, safety regulations, how to use various kitchen equipment, and sanitation principles. Students will also learn essentials of kitchen management, weights and measures, laminated dough and the art of creating custards, icings, meringue and other components related to Pastry.

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Professional Pastry and Confections

Culinary Institute Kul IN
Campus Full time 2 months January 2018 Croatia Sisak

This intensive two-month course in modern pastry and confections is designed to give students a firm foundation and advanced techniques for aspiring pastry chefs. Small class sizes allow our experienced professor-chefs to give students lots of one-on-one attention and individual feedback. Students spend 80% of class time getting practical hands-on experience in the kitchen. The course covers bakery and confectionary products, sweet and savory pastries, as well as basic Italian and French pastries. In addition, students are introduced to wine pairing and business management, and they can choose to do an internship in an elite restaurant, hotel, or pastry shop. [+]

The wide range of confectionery products that have made their way onto the market place has created the need for studying sweets and desserts as an entity of their own within the culinary arts. Given that classic confectionery techniques have evolved with the modern technology that now shapes the gastronomy world, this sweet culinary branch offers extensive study material. Due to increasing popularity and demand for trained professionals in this field, Culinary institute Kul IN has created a professional pastry program for modern confections. Discover your passion towards gastronomy through Kul IN student network.

Other course information: Lesson Schedule: 5 hours/day, Monday through Friday Language: Croatian and/or English Learning and Reading Materials: provided by Kul IN Uniforms: provided by Kul IN  ... [-]