Date: Sunday 15th November
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Zoom Video
This masterclass will be bought to you live from Italy where our very own Roman native, and pasta artisan Livia, will welcome you into her home (virtually) for a truly authentic Italian pasta experience.
In this masterclass, you will refine the skills essential to creating a traditional Tonnarelli Amatriciana. Tonnarelli is the Roman name for the pasta you may have heard by its more popular Abruzzese name, spaghetti alla chitarra. Alongside, this Livia will guide you on how to make the accompanying ‘fiery’ Amatriciana sauce. Despite, often being thought of as a classic Roman dish, the sauce originally hails from the small nearby town of Amatrice dating back to the 18th Century. However, over time the dish because so ubiquitous and famous throughout the capital, the Romans claimed it as their own!
- A very special one-hour regional masterclass, live from Rome where you will learn to master the traditional Tonnarelli Amatriciana
- Learn the techniques for making fresh pasta at home by hand, with only household items
- Enjoy a virtual supper club with your new friends at the end of the class (optional!)
How it works: You will require access to Zoom video calling and a webcam. 48h before the event the recipient will be sent a Chef's Welcome email with a Zoom link and recipe. If you have not received your Zoom link, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 300g "00" flour
- 3 large egg
- 70g pecorino
- 50g parmesan
- 100g guanciale or unsmoked pancetta
- 300g tomatoes
Tools: fork, rolling pin, smooth blade pasta wheel, smooth blade knife
The tools needed for the class are just a fork, rolling pin, and a smooth bladed knife.
Please note that, in order to preserve the intimacy of the event, we can welcome 1 person per ticket purchased to the digital event. We will have a maximum of 12 guests per digital event.