(REPLAY) "1 Dough, Endless Pastabilities - Filled Pasta 101" Livestream Class w/ Chef Joe Sasto @ 1pm (PDT)
LivestreamLos Angeles, CA
***PLEASE NOTE - THIS EVENT IS A REPLAY DEMONSTRATION OF A PREVIOUS LIVESTREAM*** (There is no date or time associated with this event) Please don't hesitate to reach out to Chef Joe with any questions you may have throughout your pasta journey! Upon reserving your space, you will receive a private link to the video and recipe cards. ChefsFeed Experiences cooking classes are a chance to virtually connect with chefs and bartenders, learn simple cooking tricks and tips, and most importantly, support the culinary community through this difficult time. 100% of ticket sales are for Covid-19 relief, to financially support the individual class instructor, their restaurant staff, or a charity of their choice. --- Join Chef Joe Sasto on an interactive journey into the world of handmade pasta. This lesson is for all skill-levels, from the gluten curious to the gluten lover alike. What separates a good cook from a great cook are all the little tricks and shortcuts they have picked-up throughout their career. Get ready to learn the pro tips and tricks from one of the best. This 1 hour class will go over everything you need to know about making a spinach and egg yolk pasta dough, Joe's favorite three ingredient filling, making tortelli, scarpinoc, and caramelle by hand, and culminating in a cooking tutorial highlighting the basics of a pan emulsion, using butter and pasta water.
Filled Pasta 101
"Ravioli" refers to any shape of filled pasta - dive into the world of pasta with one of the country's most celebrated and influential pastaios and learn first hand the basic of pasta making. Get ready to learn the tips and tricks from one of the best. Not everyone has the time (or energy) to knead dough the old-fashioned way, by hand - instead learn a few modern shortcuts and adjustments for how-to let your stand-mixer do all the work for you. This lesson is for all skill-levels, and will be using a KitchenAid stand mixer, the pasta sheeter attachment, and some basic cutting and shaping tools. (However, do not worry, Joe will go over good substitutions for all of the tools and equipment throughout the demonstration). Understanding the why's and how's of a recipe are far more important than a list of amounts and ingredients. A recipe is merely a road map, passed from one cook to the next. What makes a recipe special is the personal touch that each cook imprints on it to make it their own. Having the knowledge of "why" you do something, instead of just reading a recipe card will give you the confidence and skills to carve your own path in the kitchen. At the end of the lesson, you will feel confident enough to take this recipe and put your own touches on it, truly making it your own.