Learn how to make your own handmade pasta, it’s easy! This class will focus on cavatelli which is thought to be one of the oldest pasta types. These small pasta shells are made from three simple ingredients: durum wheat semolina flour, lukewarm water and a pinch of salt. Learn how to shape the pasta by hand to create a hollow cavity then cook and eat your pasta during class with a simple sauce made fresh on the day or take your freshly made pasta home for later.
This is one of a series of pasta making workshops with Tina and her mother Angela. They will be teaching traditional Italian pasta making classes including fettucine, spaghetti, gnocchi, and lasagne sheets as well as a complimentary sauce for each and freshly brewed cup of espresso coffee served with a homemade amaretto biscuit.
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What you will get
- simple and easy recipes
- tips and advice on making at home
- taste testers included
- freshly brewed Italian coffee
What to bring
- a large container to take home any leftover pasta
About the tutor
Tina Falvo is a qualified cook with Italian cultural background. She developed her passion for cooking from her mother who migrated to Australia from Italy and taught Tina to cook pasta by hand as a young girl. Tina and her mother Angela pass on their wonderful cultural heritage to the community through cooking classes, help others learn how to make fresh tasty Italian food.