Tree cake – is a high and empty conditery bakery, which is baked on a rotary broach by pouring thin layers of dough. The tree cake came to Lithuania from Germany at the end of the nineteenth century, and it became popular in the whole region of Suvalkija. It was begun to be baked in parsonages and monasteries. A tree cake has been an integral part of the Lithuanian festive table since ancient times. The specialty is in the appearance and taste of a tree cake. When you make a cross-section, you can count how many dough layers have been added. The cooked cake can last for a year without losing its shape or taste. The long expiration term determines the popularity of the tree cake in the global market as well.
During the training, you will try to bake a tree-cake (that is how the foreigners call sakotis) on the bonfire and learn that sakotis is not easy to bake.
The duration of the educational program is 2 hours.
Activities: participation in the preparation of dishes, getting acquainted with the history of dishes, tasting.
Languages: Lithuanian, Russian, English.
Seasonality: Sakotis is baked in the outdoor oven from May to October.