Handmade testaroli pasta with fresh basil pesto class
Did you know you can make diamond pasta out of a crêpe? This is what we are making during this class, folks! It’s simple and unlike anything you have had before.
I will share with you this special Italian pasta, testaroli with pesto sauce. It’s a very ancient recipe made by the Etruscans in the northern part of Tuscany. Testaroli pasta is traditionally prepared in a large cast iron pan called a testo, placed over a large wood fire.The way we do it doesn’t require any special equipment, ingredients, or skill, just water and flour and a pan!
Following tradition, we’ll top it off with handmade pesto, a simple blessing of extra olive oil, a sprinkle of parmigiano cheese and a few fresh basil leaves.
– 00 double zero flour
– pine nuts or walnuts
– parmigiano or pecorino romano cheese
– green beans
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When does this class take place?
The live version of this class has already happened, so now you participate in the class any time you want via our class replay video.
What do I get when I sign up for a class replay?
You’ll gain access to our private class webpage, which includes:
– Class replay video (1 hour+)
– Shopping list
– Kitchen tool recommendations
– Recipe instructions
– Printable PDF versions of the ingredients and recipe
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Class information and video replays will be hosted on this website. You will set up a password to access these private class pages when you enroll for a class. Further instructions will be included in your confirmation email.
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