Pasta Fresca: Gluten-Free
Can you think of a better way to learn how to make and cook authentic Italian tagliatelle with ragu?
None better than from an Italian chef from Bologna! Your teacher, Sabine, has secrets to share that go back to generations.
Sabine is delighted to show and share with you the ancient, traditional recipe just as Nonna Anna (her grandmother) handed down to her. During this class, you will learn how to make Italian fresh egg pasta tagliatelle, the ingredients required and how to transform the pasta dough into tagliatelle.
You will then explore the authentic Italian method for preparing the sauce in the traditional way. Sabine will show you the importance of using the right ingredients and she’ll share some special tricks in perfecting the sauce to dress your tagliatelle.
The class contains both theoretical and practical elements, including:
• ingredients for the ragu
• ingredients for the pasta dough
• the secret to preparing the Italian soffritto
• variations and traditions of the recipe
• instruction in cutting the dough to create tagliatelle pasta.
At the end of the class, you will have the opportunity to taste this fabulous dish and Sabine will be available to answer any questions that might have arisen during the class.
As a bonus, you will get to take home a dough which you can work with. Just finish the preparation and cook – and you will have your first home-made gluten free pasta! In addition, you will also receive a Just Gluten Free pasta mix flour and the recipes to add to your collection.
Date/Time & Venue:
Saturday 11 November 2017 | 09:30 AM (Duration: 3 Hours)
Just Gluten Free, 2/140 Marion Rd, West Richmond SA 5033
General Admission - $145.00
Who should attend:
This event is suited for adults.
How to get there:
For all public transport options to this venue, please visit Adelaidemetro.
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