Explore the flavors of Bolognese cuisine with Luigi! Together you'll make Tagliatelle from scratch and learn the secrets of Bolognese food and the most famous Bolognese sauce in the world!
What to expect:
• You'll learn how to prepare Tagliatelle from scratch, as well as Bolognese meat sauce • You'll also learn how to make 3 more pasta shapes (Tagliolini, Pappardelle, and Maltagliati) from scratch, using a rolling pin or pasta machine • Luigi will demonstrate the process step by step and will provide cooking tips • In less than two years Luigi's classes have become number 1 in Bologna, in the Italian Top 10 on TripAdvisor, and are the most voted on Google with the best score
What you need to know:
• This online experience is perfect for groups of friends, families, team-building events and end of year office parties • The class will be live streamed at 11AM (CEST) • All ingredients, kitchen tools and pre-class prep are mentioned in the section below • This class will be conducted via Zoom and the link will be shared with you after booking • Pricing per person
About your host: Luigi is originally from the city of Padua and has worked for many years in hotels and restaurants. He's traveled to India, Thailand, Morocco, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Turkey, and arrived in Bologna in 2014 and started to work in one of Bologna’s best cooking schools.
Tagliatelle Bolognese from scratch
Tagliatelle with Bolognese meat sauce (for 4 people)
INGREDIENTS QUANTITY Flour type 0 300Gr in summer, 360gr in winter Whole medium eggs n ° 3
minced beef Gr 200 Pork minced meat 200 Gr carrots 140gr. onion 130gr celery stalk 130gr (the vegetables need be the same weight as the meet in the proportion of 1/3,1/3,1/3) Beef broth or water Regular cooking red wine (better dark red) tomato paste 4 tablespoons (1 tablespoon each 100gr. Meat) Extravirgin olive oil Salt q.s. Sage Rosemary (bouquet garnì) can be also a herbs bag Grated Parmesan cheese
TOOLS LIST: Big wooden board food processor 2 pots with lid Pasta maker or rolling pin Knifes Potatoes peeler Rubber spatula plastic bowls forks pasta spatula (preferably in steel) 1 cooking pan Wooden spoon kitchen scale
I was lucky to get a private online class with Luigi. He gave me some great tips, guided me all through kneading-rolling-cutting the pasta dough and he was very nice. I recommend his class, I enjoyed it, learned a lot and made a great dinner!