Pasta shapes for 2023
Agnolotti del Plin, pasta filled with delicious cabbage, potatoes, and sausages, and served with browned butter sauce.
Vegan and vegetarian option available on request.
Gravellus, beautiful pasta from Sardinia, inspired by the wild carnation that grows in the area. Served with tomato and sausage ragu. Vegan and vegetarian option available on request.
Stricchetti,this deliciois bow-tie like pasta, typical from Bologna, is enriched with parmesan and nutmeg. Simly served with butter and more Parmesan, or in vegetable broth.
Strozzapreti, another pasta from Bologna, strozzapreti is egg free and very meaty. Served with cream and lemon sauce. Vegan option available on request.
Capunti, delicious egg-free pasta from Apulia. This pretty pasta is served with a delicious sweet peppers and tomato sauce (contains anchovies). Vegetarian and vegan option available on request.
Busiate, egg-free pasta traditional from Sicily. Served with tomato and ricotta sauce. Vegan option available on request.
The images are for illustrative purpose only. Filling and colours may vary according to ingredients and fillings.
Recipes are susceptible to a last minute change depending on availability of ingredients.
Scialatielli, a typical pasta shape from Campania. It looks like a thick and short tagliatelle, and it’s enriched with herbs and grated cheese. Served with a simple tomato sauce.
Classes closed for the summer holidays! Enjoy the sun and the sea!
Caombas, a spectcular pasta traditional from Sardinia, the name means dove. It’s served with a beef and tomato sauce. Vegetarian and vegan option availableon request.
Culurgiones, another beautiful pasta from Sardinia. It’a a large ravioli, filled with mashed potatoes, grated pecorino, mint, and saffron. Served with a garlic tomato sauce.
Anolini, is a stuffed pasta from the area of parma, stuffed with stewed beef, cheese and eggs. Seved simply with chicken broth and grated parmesan. Vegetarian option available on request.
Christmas Ravioli, TBD
The images are for illustrative purpose only. Filling and colours may vary according to ingredients and fillings. Recipes are susceptible to a last minute change depending on availability of ingredients.
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