Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)
Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)

Pappardelle Amatriciana (Saturdays)

$49
$100
Nonna Live

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.

Additional connection (+$39.00)

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.