Eatalian Cooks

The Best Cooking Classes in Rome, Italy

Author : Helga Dosa

Gnocchi Recipe

Ingredients x 1 portion 1 mashed potato 2 teaspoons Parmesan cheese 5 teaspoons of 00 flour (or plain flour) 1 teaspoon of egg yolk Instructions: Your delectable gnocchi is now ready to be cooked to perfection. Serve them with your favorite sauce (we love tomato sauce or pesto) or simply toss them in butter and […]

Ravioli Ingredients

Ravioli is very simple, it’s basically stuffed pasta. Everything used in the cooking class will be needed to do it. Alternatively, if you have a pasta machine that can roll out for you the dough, that can make your job easier. There are different types of ravioli, with different types of stuffing. The most popular […]

Tiramisu Ingredients

Tiramisu recipe from the cooking class was calculated for 2-3 people. If you need to do more, please multiply it. Ingredients for Tiramisu: 1 egg2 tbsp white sugar8 Savoiardi Biscuits (Ladyfingers)4/5 tbsp MascarponeCoffeeUnsweetened Cocoa powder Step 1: Make the coffee, and let it cool down. Step 2: Separate the egg whites from the yolks. Set […]

Pizza Ingredients

One cooking class on its own is not enough to be able to re-create what you’ve learned? It’s not easy to remember all the ingredients, we know that well. That’s why we share with you written all the ingredients and steps to make your own pizza and pizza sauce at home. Please see below the […]

Pasta Ingredients

One cooking class on its own is not enough to be able to re-create what you’ve learned? It’s not easy to remember all the ingredients, we know that well. That’s why we share with you the ingredients and a few notes to make your own pasta at home. Please see below! 100g Flour – Type […]

Cacio e Pepe Recipe

When I first arrived in Rome it was very late on a Sunday evening. Ahead of me lay pure anticipation of days ahead exploring this phenomenal city. I knew there would be pavement pounding, heat, and crowds but I couldn’t be more excited. Slightly sapped of energy from the journey, I wandered into a typical […]

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