A pasta and dessert cooking lesson in Rome.
Have you always dreamed of making pasta from scratch like a pro?
On this cooking lesson, guests are welcomed into their chef’s home or professional kitchen studio for a hands-on traditional Italian meal, focused on freshly rolled pasta and homemade desserts.
During the relaxed lesson, guests learn about different types of flour and get those hands warmed up by mixing, rolling, cutting and shaping the fresh pasta dough.
But no meal is complete without dessert. Students also learn to prepare and savor Italian dolce.
The class ends with a convivial meal savoring the dishes prepared together with their cook.
What you'll be cooking
- During their Pasta & Dolce cooking lesson, guests create three types of fresh pasta and cook two different sauces.
- Sauces vary depending on season and ingredient availability and may feature classic pomodoro e basilico (tomato and basil), amatriciana, and puttanesca.
- Desserts prepared together are also seasonal and can span classic tiramisu, panna cotta or delectable crostata ricotta e visciole (ricotta and wild cherry tart).
- After the hands-on the lesson, guests enjoy the dishes they created, paired with wine.
Key Points to Consider
- Aprons are provided by the cook.
- Guests can keep copies of printed recipes.
- Our Pasta & Dolce making lesson can be offered at lunch or dinner time, depending on guests’ travel schedules.
- Please notify us in advance of any food allergies and aversions.
The length of the class is 3.5-4 hours.
Start time is flexible, suggested start time for this tour is 10:00 am.
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We enjoyed a wonderful tour of Rome. We visited a neighborhood food market and several local food merchants, including a bakery, a pizza place, and a cheese store. Our guide was very knowledgeable about food, history, and traditions. Highly recommended!Poland221USA