Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)
Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)
Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)
Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)
Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)
Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)
Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)
Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)

Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)

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Secondi: Saltimbocca and Caponata (20th and 21st of August)

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On the Menu: Saltimbocca and Caponata

The Saltimbocca is a traditional Roman dish that has been handed down from generation to generation for over a century. 

Like many regional recipes, also the saltimbocca (that literally translates as “ so good that they jump in your mouth”) has unknown origins anyway, we’re sure that Rome is not only the capital of Italy but also of the Saltimbocca. You must try these slices of veal stuffed with prosciutto and sage and then cooked in butter and blended with white wine.

This caponata is a variation of the eggplant caponata, a traditional Sicilian recipe.

This dish contains all the tastes of summer that’s why it is one of the most loved side dishes in Italy.

The fundamental feature of the recipe, in addition to the ingredients, is undoubtedly the fried eggplant, which makes Caponata so intense and tasty.

Download all the ingredients and utensils you need to make this dish HERE.

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    On the Menu: Saltimbocca and Caponata

    The Saltimbocca is a traditional Roman dish that has been handed down from generation to generation for over a century. 

    Like many regional recipes, also the saltimbocca (that literally translates as “ so good that they jump in your mouth”) has unknown origins anyway, we’re sure that Rome is not only the capital of Italy but also of the Saltimbocca. You must try these slices of veal stuffed with prosciutto and sage and then cooked in butter and blended with white wine.

    This caponata is a variation of the eggplant caponata, a traditional Sicilian recipe.

    This dish contains all the tastes of summer that’s why it is one of the most loved side dishes in Italy.

    The fundamental feature of the recipe, in addition to the ingredients, is undoubtedly the fried eggplant, which makes Caponata so intense and tasty.

    Download all the ingredients and utensils you need to make this dish HERE.

      Class Description and Details

      In this 1.5-hour experience, you’ll join us in the small town of Palombara Sabina. Nonna will invite you into her home, and we’ll share family traditions, stories, and create a delicious meal together using a recipe passed down through generations. See below for our favorite wine pairing suggestion, should you be so inclined! Every class provides a meal to a child in need. One Class, One Meal.

      Ingredients and Utensils

      Saltimbocca (Ingredients for 2 people):

      • 6 veal slices (shoulder petite tender)
      • 6 slices of prosciutto
      • 6 leaves of sage
      • Nonna's Gold olive oil to taste
      • butter to taste
      • fine salt 

      Caponata (ingredients for 2 people):

      • ½  eggplant
      • 2 zucchini medium size
      • 2 medium tomatoes
      • ½ yellow bell pepper
      • ½ red pepper
      • ½ onion
      • ½ celery ribs
      • 2 tablespoons pine nuts
      • 200g passata or pureéd tomatoes
      • 2 tablespoons of white vinegar
      • Nonna’s gold olive oil to taste
      • fine salt

      Tools:

      • 1 cutting board
      • 1 flat-bladed knife 
      • 5 medium bowl 
      • 2 small bowls
      • 2 large frying pans
      • 2 tablespoons
      • 1 fork
      • 1 wooden spoon
      • 1 skimmer

      Pre-Class Prep

      none

      Suggested Wine Pairing

      Aprilia Merlot millesimato would be a great pairing!

      What Happens After You Book Your Class?

      1. Review the shopping list of ingredients listed on this page and make sure to purchase them before the day of your class. 

      2. On the day of your class you'll receive a calendar invitation in your email with a Zoom link, about 50 minutes before the class starts. Make sure to do your pre-class prep before class starts! 

      3. Let's cook! Nonna will guide you through how to make your dish step-by-step and at the end of class you will have a delicious pasta meal together!