Learn how to make the famous handmade filled pasta called "Culurgiones", a Sardinian speciality. The cooking class is followed by a delicious lunch that almost always turns into a party!
About your host, Damiano: "I'm an amateur chef. I love making the same traditional Sardinian dishes my grandmother used to prepare for Sunday lunch. I researched the secret ingredients and took lessons from my aunts before teaching my classes. Filled handmade pasta is one of the best dishes and closing Culurgiones is an art!"
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2 Different aged cheese Pecorino
Genuine Pecorino cheese bought by the shepherd (Desulo, Gavoi, other)
Dried Sardinia Sausage
A typical Sardinia dried meat (pork) seasoned with fennel & pepper
Bottarga & artichokes (or other veg)
Bottarga is the Italian name for a delicacy of salted, cured fish roe, typically of the grey mullet
Culurgiones with Pecorino cheese
We serve the dish in traditional way to enhances the flavor
Culurgiones with Tomato Sauce
Culurgiones served with simple Tomato souce & cheese
Culurgiones fried or roasted
Another traditional way to taste the Culurgiones