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- Typology: Private tour
- Duration: 2.5 hours
- Included: cooking class in 17th century palazzo, English-speaking chef, drinks (alcoholic and non), antipasti, all necessary ingredients and equipment, and a pizza dinner.
- Operating Days: Sun; Mon; Tue; Wed; Thu; Fri; Sat;
- Meeting Point: Corso del Rinascimento, 65
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The Walks Inside Rome team
A hands-on cooking class in a 17th-century palace. Come and make your own Italian antipasti and pizza in a 17th-century palace situated behind Piazza Navona.
Here in Italy, pizza always begins with an antipasti of some sort, and that antipasti is usually fried. Classics include fried zucchini flowers stuffed with mozzarella and anchovy or the quintissential Roman suppli, the snack of choice for Romans before pizza: tomato risotto which has been stuffed with mozarella and then rolled in breadcrumbs. When tomatoes are fresh and basil is ripe, a simple bruschetta with local oil is also a celebrated antipasti to be enjoyed before la pizza.
In this class you will learn how to make everyone’s favourite pizza , the dough and the sauce, as well as some classic Roman antipasti.
This makes for a perfect lunch class after a busy morning exploring Rome. You will be welcomed with our famous Italian hospitality and discover the secrets to perfect Roman antipasti and pizza.