Cooking: Homemade Pasta (with or without filling) Dinner
In this one-time class the students will make pasta from scratch. They will also make a ricotta filling and a tomato sauce, so that dinner can be served.
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In this cooking class, we will make pasta from scratch together. We will make some fettuccine, but also some raviolis with a self-made ricotta filling. We will also make a tomato sauce to round up the whole meal. First the students will be led in making the batter for the pasta. Before we roll it out, we will make the ricotta filling. The pasta only need about 2 minutes to cook, so will make the pasta sauce before actually cooking the pasta. The students are also free to keep the pasta...
Pasta batter: - All purpose flour - salt - water Filling: - ricotta - fresh parsley - parmesan - salt + pepper - splash of milk Sauce: - olive oil - big can of crushed or diced tomatoes - tomato paste - fresh garlic - onion - bell peppers (optional) - carrots (optional) - oregano - basil (fresh if possible) utensils: - pan - 2 bowls - rolling pin - cutting knife - cutting board - a circle cookie cutter or sharp round glass - fork and spoon
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Since the students are working in the kitchen and with hot the hot stove, parental guidance is advised. Please let me know if you have any food allergies, so we can figure something out.
Annika HaymanLearning means ‚Being Alive‘
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Hi! I am Annika, the mother of two wonderful boys and a believer of the theory that learning comes naturally. Only when kids and adults are interested in something, learning occurs. If we humans are forced into something, fear and anxiety will...