Sicilian cooking class and lunch with a Mamma

2 Ratings
  • 4.5 hr

Itinerary Details

Sicilian cooking class and lunch with a Mamma

Let Maria Pia teach you how to make a traditional Sicilian menu using the best local ingredients. Learn to make typical Sicilian recipes like a pro, then enjoy your creations.

• Learn how to cook and then enjoy a 3-course Sicilian meal
• Wine is included
• In the heart of Palermo
• Communal cooking class and dining for up to 6 people
• Maria Pia likes to consider herself an ambassador of Sicilian cuisine

About your host, Mamma Corleone: Maria Pia is a Sicilian mamma, a mother of 4, that has an authentic experience in cooking traditional Sicilian dishes. Her cooking abilities are very popular among her friends and the customers of Mamma Corleone. There she's known as a great teacher, specializing in street food recipes.

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Caponata is a dish filled with sun; eggplant, bell pepper, celery, tomatoes, olives and capers are the main ingredients. Fresh and diced vegetables are the key of a great Caponata, here you will learn how to cook this authentic sicilian dish !


Anchovy Fishballs
The anchovy fishballs are very tasty and nutritious. In fact, they contain anchovies that are part of the category of bluefish. This dish brings with it all the flavor of the Mediterranean. Mamma Corleone makes two versions of the anchovy fishballs: fried or with sauce. In any case, it is a dish that will never disappoint you !


Cuddureddi with Ricotta cheese
Cuddureddi with ricotta cheese is a simple and quick dessert. These are ricotta and flour fritters, fried and sauted in white sugar and sinnamon . The homeland of the Cuddureddi is considered Palma di Montechiaro, a small town in the province of Agrigento, but it is very common to find them all over western Sicily, especially during the Carnival period.
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