Make Ravioli & Panna Cotta with an Italian Chef

88 Ratings
  • 2 hr

Itinerary Details

Make Ravioli & Panna Cotta with an Italian Chef

Learn how to make traditional Ravioli from scratch with a fresh seasonal sauce, followed by one of Italy's most famous desserts - Panna Cotta with fresh fruit syrup.

What you need to know:

• The class will be live streamed at 7PM (GMT+1) time
• This online experience is perfect for groups of friends, families and team-building events
• All ingredients, kitchen tools and pre-class prep are mentioned in the section below
• This class will be conducted via Zoom and the link will be shared with you after booking
• Pricing per person

About your host, Sandra: "Having grown up in northern Tuscany, I spent several years in Milan and now live in Rome. I have a broad knowledge of the country’s many and varied wonderful dishes. I started cooking when I was little with my parents, and I've worked in restaurants and villas in Tuscany. Today I'm a professional and I attended
a famous TV show on sky 1 2020."

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For the Ravioli (for 3 people)
300 gr.plain flour
3 eggs
pinch of salt
100 gr. Pork mincemeat
100gr. Beef mincemeat
200gr. Chard or a green vegetable
1 carrot
1 stem of celery
1 onion
2 cloves of garlic
1 glass of wine
black pepper
5/6 tablespoons of parmigiano
2 teaspoons of sugar

For the Panna Cotta:
150 gr fresh cream
6 teaspoons of powdered sugar
1 pinch of salt
2 sheet of gelatin
grated lemon peel but only the yellow part

For the syrup:
Fruit: red grapes, peaches, strawberrys, blueberrys etc..
or red wine

Kitchen Tools:
wooden board
rolling pin
electric whisk
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