Instructor: Mirella Khalifeh
Date: Thursday, October 20 to Thursday, November 10 (For 4 consecutive Thursdays)
Time: 6:00 PM till 9:00 PM
Price: USD 140 or USD 37 (Dinner & Drinks Included)
Italian recipes are rich in olive oils instead of other fats, they are almost always made from scratch so there are no artificial ingredients and no processed foods involved. And there are plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables involved.
One of the main characteristics of the Italian cuisine is its simplicity, with many dishes consisting of 4 up to 8 ingredients. Italian chefs rely on the quality of the ingredients rather than on the complexity of preparation.
The Italian culture is steeped in the arts, family, architecture, music and food.
During this Italiano Journey you will gain knowledge in the below:
- What is Italian Cuisine?
- What makes Italian Cuisine unique?
- What are the basic essential ingredients in Italian Cooking
- Traditional Italian Seasoning
- A brief history of Italian Cuisine
- What are the traditional Italian ingredients
- Italian Facts
You will learn Italian Cuisine terms such as:
➢ Al dente
➢ Pasta Fresca
➢ San Marzano Pomodoro
➢ Vino Bianco
➢ Vino Rosso
➢ Abbondante Acqua Salata
➢ Italians pan-roast, oven-roast, sauté, braise, broil, grill, pan-sear, simmer and bake.
Fresh Ravioli Stuffed with Ricotta Cheese and Spinach Served With Creamy White Mushroom Sauce
Gnocchi Alla Sorrentina – Savory Parmesan Cookies + Caprese Salad
Lemon Ricotta Cake
Melanzane Alla Parmigiana + Pesto Tagliatelle
Neapolitan Pizza with Buffalo Mozzarella, Tomatoes & Basil
CREATING A SAFE AND HEALTHY SPACE FOR OUR EMPLOYEES AND CUSTOMERS IS OUR HIGHEST PRIORITY
We want you to feel as good about cooking with us as we do about hosting you back!
For the comfort and safety of everyone in our Lab, we are following the health and safety measures communicated by the Ministry of Public Health for all our in-house classes and shopping.
Practicing social distancing and maintaining enhanced cleaning protocols, including regularly disinfecting cooking stations, high-touch surfaces, utensils, and ingredients.