We will prepare a proper Italian Risotto *without stirring it*. Arborio, Vialone Nano, Carnaroli? Sant'Andrea? Aged rice? Let's have a trip around all the best quality of Italian rice! Starting from the scratch, we'll talk about the different rices, we'll make a proper broth, we'll see how to toast the rice and so on! We will choose what rice to use and talk about every single step in the preparation. We will prepare the Risotto with seasonal ingredients or you may choose them through a creative process OR to request, if you have some ideas :) *** Some days seems to don't have free booking places, but just write me and we'll check if we may manage to do it anyway, there are lot of people who need to move the time of reservation, so new open places may be available anytime *** ** If you are two people or more, write me it before booking and you'll get a discount <3 ** I do this Risotto class because I really love making Risotto :) ECO : 100% of our Electricity comes from Renewable Energy :)
I started teaching six years ago to Erasmus as volunteer, one of the best experience of my life. That's why, after a long time working in lot of different kitchens, I decided to get back to meet everyone is enough curious to come in the food Capital Bologna. I'm a Chef who worked in farmhouses, agriturismi, lunch-break restaurants, hotels and for marriages. I wish to teach the secrets of Risotto to everyone who wants to improve his/her life in the most deep and full of love way: cooking & eating :)
Our lovely proper Risotto
Water / Beer / Wine We need it to have a proper Risotto!
Rice I may show you 15+ different Rices, Books and so on.
Via del Pratello's spirit represents an intact evidence of the city's nightlife tradition, where students and locals converge giving life to a dynamic and vibrant street. Its historical pubs - cheap and no demanding - are the shelter for endless chatting with the company of a beer/glass of wine. We'll be in our typical Bolognese apartment, with a window to the Pratello movida and another one which looks at the red roofs.
How to make a proper Italian Risotto