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The secret ingredient is always cheese, learn how to cook with ricotta!

Cheese making is a passion at That’s Amore Cheese and our chef Dario Di Clerico will show you how to use some of our artisan-made cheese to take your dish to the next level, giving you the tools to create delicious Italian dishes at home.

Ricotta is a traditional Italian fresh cheese produced from whey left in the making of mozzarella (Ricotta translates to “re-cooked”). It has a fine, smooth texture with a delicate sweet flavour. Because of the use of whey produced during the cheese making process it has a low fat content yet maintains its creaminess. Ricotta is perfect for sweet and savoury dishes and popular amongst kids too!

This hands-on class will guide you through the versatility of cooking with Ricotta.

You will also learn pasta making skills to make your own fresh pasta and all the participants will be given the opportunity to prepare and cook three dishes that showcase ricotta.

At the conclusion of the class, we will enjoy a relaxed and delicious lunch together.

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What you will learn
  • Learn more about ricotta and its applications
  • Learn how to make fresh pasta
  • Learn about traditional Italian home cooking
What you will get
  • 3 hours hands-on cooking class
  • Italian style lunch and drinks
  • That's Amore Apron to take home

What to bring
  • Just yourself and your love for cooking
What to wear

Comfortable clothes & footwear

Appropriate for

Cheese lovers!

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24 April 2018 • Cooking with cheese: Ricotta

I thoroughly enjoyed he course , the course was well presented and the demonstrations were excellent. The recipes were good and tasted great. My only area of criticism was with the working equipment available , for example the tables did not have a firm surface to work on and were wobbly, they also could have been longer for the number of people working on them. Also there should have been clamps provided to secure the pasta machines to the tables. There should also be a small industrial dish washing machine to allow for quick and efficient cleaning of equipment / etc. I have been informed that my concerns are being addressed and are under way to be implemented, that will great and it would put the icing on the cake so to speak.