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The art of making fresh pasta

Sun 3rd Sep 2017 3pm
The art of making fresh pasta

The Auckland Art Gallery in collaboration with Pasta & Cuore Restaurant welcome you to an afternoon of discovery with one of the most famous Italian dishes; Pasta!

With the help of traditional family recipes, chef Stefania Ugolini’s guiding hands will reveal, step by step, the secrets and techniques for creating the perfect pasta dough and transforming that dough into the world renown pasta forms: Tagliatelle, Pappardelle and Tortelloni.

Date Sun 3 Sep 2017
Location Auckland Art Gallery
North Atrium, mezzanine level
Cost Free entry

Pasta Workshop - Basic

Learn how to make fresh handmade pasta in the time honoured tradition of the kitchens and restaurants from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy.

In this two hour workshop chef Stefania Ugolini will explain the importance of selecting quality ingredients, how to mix, knead, and roll the pasta, how to cut it into basic shapes such as Tagliatelle, Pappardelle and Taglioline and how the pasta should be stored and cooked.

$90 per person.

Pasta Workshop - Filled Pasta

Build on the skills you learned in the Basic Pasta Workshop to create delicate filled pasta shapes such as tortelloni, tortellini, ravioli and mezzelune.

In the capable hands of chef Stefania Ugolini you will learn which filling to use in each type of pasta, how to wrap the fillings into these beautiful traditional shapes, which sauces to serve over each pasta and how the pasta should be stored and cooked.

Two hours - $110 per person.

Pasta Workshops

Twice per month, check dates below
Pasta making workshop at Pasta & Cuore

Dates

The Art of Making Fresh Pasta Sunday 3rd September - 3pm
Basic Pasta Workshop

Friday 8th September - 3pm
Sold Out!
Filled Pasta Workshop Friday 15th September - 3pm
Basic Pasta Workshop Friday 6th October - 3pm
Filled Pasta Workshop Friday 27th October - 3pm
Book your place now
  (09) 630 9130
  info@pastaecuore.co.nz


The minimum Pasta Workshop class is four people and the maximum is eight.