Boorsok Making Class
Traditionally cooked outside on a wood-fired stove, boorsok is a wildly popular snack in Kyrgyzstan. It’s also surprisingly easy to make. This simple doughy treat is cut into small squares and deep fried in boiling oil. Offering guests an abundance of boorsok is seen also as a sign of hospitality and generosity; many Kyrgyz celebrations include mountains of fresh boorsok for guests. If you like the idea of a cultural activity with a tasty outcome, let us show you how to prepare boorsok, and then we’ll join together to feast on our boorsok snack with tea, butter, and jam!