Alfresco Dining Series: Arancini
COOKING & CUISINE -
Arancini are known throughout the world as “rice ball.” This Sicilian icon of street food is made from simple ingredients: rice ball that are stuffed with a filling, then breaded and fried. The secret to success is in the proportions and a few techniques. You will learn it all in this class and bring some Arancini home to enjoy!
Join Adele for the Alfresco dining series that will have you thinking of picnics by the lake and eating outside with friends as warm temperatures and sunny days start to arrive. Join us for one or all of this series of Italian street food classes. Adele will teach you how to make authentic dishes from the country of her ancestors. Having traveled throughout Italy during her adult life, she will share the tastes and joy of her travels. Other classes in this Alfresco Dining Series are:
Sfogliatella- a flaky handmade pastry
Piadini- A thin Italian flat bread
Panella- A chick pea fritter, can be filled with a variety of delicious fillings or eaten solo
This class will meet inside CVU.
Adele grew up in a multi-generational Italian family in Philadelphia. Once a "picky eater" she has grown to love the foods celebrating her heritage and relishes in sharing the joys of an Italian kitchen with others. Adele teaches a variety of classes for Access and as well as private classes about cooking Italian classics.