Virtual Cooking Class

Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)

$49
$100
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Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)

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On the Menu: Pappardelle all'Amatriciana

Pappardelle Amatriciana is one of the most popular dishes in Rome, and traditionally this kind of pasta was made in Amatrice, a small town in Rome's suburb.

There are few ingredients but the taste and the flavours are intense! The aged cheek of the pork gives sweetness to the dish; while the tomato sauce adds acidity and the pecorino cheese a salty touch, in honor of the Roman tradition.

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

Ingredients (2 People):

  • 1 cup / 200 gr of "00" grade flour, or regular flour
  • 2 eggs (organic preferred)
  • 300g / 1.5 cups of aged pork cheek or aged pork belly (1 garlic clove for vegetarian version)
  • 1 can of passata or canned peeled tomatoes (ideally made from San Marzano tomatoes or by any Italian brand)
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • 150 g / 1 cup of grated Pecorino Romano cheese (or Parmiggiano)
  • Salt
  • Chili pepper to taste
Utensils:
  • 1 large wooden cutting board (or a clean countertop or table)
  • 1 wood rollin pin
  • 1 pasta rolling machine (optional)
  • 1 large cutting knife or a bread knife with a smooth edge
  • 1 large pot
  • 1 medium pan
  • 1 strainer
  • 1 natural fibre cloth to dry the pasta
  • 1 wooden spoon
  • 1 cutting board

Pre-Class Prep

Need to purchase any utensils?  Shop our store

Last, but definitely not least- bring an empty stomach and listen to our playlist!

Suggested Wine Pairing:

Montepulciano d’abbruzzo would be a great wine pairing!

What Happens After You Book Your Class?

  1. Review the shopping list of ingredients below to buy before the class.
  2. We've included a link to our Amazon store front for any cooking utensils you may need to cook with. Not to worry- we keep it simple, you probably already have all the things you need in your kitchen! 
  3. 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.
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)

On the Menu: Pappardelle all'Amatriciana

Pappardelle Amatriciana is one of the most popular dishes in Rome, and traditionally this kind of pasta was made in Amatrice, a small town in Rome's suburb.

There are few ingredients but the taste and the flavours are intense! The aged cheek of the pork gives sweetness to the dish; while the tomato sauce adds acidity and the pecorino cheese a salty touch, in honor of the Roman tradition.

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

Ingredients (2 People):

  • 1 cup / 200 gr of "00" grade flour, or regular flour
  • 2 eggs (organic preferred)
  • 300g / 1.5 cups of aged pork cheek or aged pork belly (1 garlic clove for vegetarian version)
  • 1 can of passata or canned peeled tomatoes (ideally made from San Marzano tomatoes or by any Italian brand)
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • 150 g / 1 cup of grated Pecorino Romano cheese (or Parmiggiano)
  • Salt
  • Chili pepper to taste
Utensils:
  • 1 large wooden cutting board (or a clean countertop or table)
  • 1 wood rollin pin
  • 1 pasta rolling machine (optional)
  • 1 large cutting knife or a bread knife with a smooth edge
  • 1 large pot
  • 1 medium pan
  • 1 strainer
  • 1 natural fibre cloth to dry the pasta
  • 1 wooden spoon
  • 1 cutting board

Pre-Class Prep

Need to purchase any utensils?  Shop our store

Last, but definitely not least- bring an empty stomach and listen to our playlist!

Suggested Wine Pairing:

Montepulciano d’abbruzzo would be a great wine pairing!

What Happens After You Book Your Class?

  1. Review the shopping list of ingredients below to buy before the class.
  2. We've included a link to our Amazon store front for any cooking utensils you may need to cook with. Not to worry- we keep it simple, you probably already have all the things you need in your kitchen! 
  3. 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.