Cooking Classes in Rome

Cooking Classes in Rome


90-MINUTE FAVORITE! Learn how to make authentic Shrimp Risotto with Chef Andrea in Rome. For dessert, a classic Panna Cotta with Chocolate Ganache. You’ll begin with an authentic vegetable and white wine bisque for your risotto. Then stirring and adding a little of this, and more stirring and adding a little of that, until finally it’s creamy perfection.

Saturday, May 28, 7 p.m. Eastern

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Absolutely the highlight of our trip to Rome last weekend. What a wonderful and memorable experience. Thank you Chef Andrea for being such a fabulous host and sharing your immense culinary expertise with Carol Estava and I.

Loved learning about the history of food in Rome.

Your patience and great humour made it a joyous experience.

Highly recommended!

For the past 13 years Chef Andrea Consoli has run a cooking school in Trastevere, Rome, welcoming people, travelers, friends, and families from all over the world to gather and enjoy their time learning to make great Italian food. He loves teaching traditional cooking and classic regional recipes, using fresh and seasonal ingredients and farm-to-table products to prepare genuine and authentic recipes. Through the years, Andrea has worked with his family restaurant in Rome and has taken time abroad to learn different techniques and ways of the kitchen, but he always comes back to his Roman roots.

Chef Andrea’s upcoming classes:

January 14
Shrimp risotto & Panna Cotta with Chocolate Ganache

January 15
Rome’s Culinary Delights, a 3-hour Gourmet Experience

January 28:
Sage Butter Gnocchi & Chocolate Hazelnut Torrone

To see his school, check out Cooking Classes in Rome!

One of the best experiences of our trip! Loved the entire experience and meeting Chef Andrea. Seeing and experiencing my daughter’s newly advanced cooking skills. She cooked amazing before but now I can’t imagine. Thank you Chef Andrea & Victoria for a memorable evening with you in Italy. ❤️😋😋🙏
“Don’t peel the garlic!”

When Andrea Consoli, Cuiline’s chef in Rome, is whipping up a glorious Shrimp Risotto, he doesn’t peel the garlic. The outer skins of garlic provide an excellent source of vitamins A, C, E, and numerous antioxidants. If you’re making a sauce that you’re going to strain anyway, you can just smash the garlic clove and keep the skin on.

Cooking Classes in Rome

Hi Friends!!! We miss you and hope you are doing well and will hopefully see you soon! xoxo
Anymore online classes scheduled?
Brought back a classic, chicken and peas. Came out pretty good, but not sure I nailed the sauce for the salad.... I remember it being more creamy. But it was good still.
Today I made the eggplant spheres that Chef Andrea taught our group a couple of weeks when we were in Rome! They cam out great. Thank you Chef!
Spent the afternoon participating in and alumni sponsored Italian Cooking Class with Chef Andrea was fabulous and the meal was amazing. Next course tiramisu. My evening is complete.
Andrea is a wonderful teacher and an even better chef! This was one of the best travel experiences I have had. The food was all fresh, traditional Roman and delicious. I highly recommend this for a night out in Rome.
Mother’s Day dinner Penne Alla Vodka and Strawberry Tiramisu- Delicious

A DELICIOUS EXPERIENCE AND AN APPETIZING TIME! Learn to cook great Italian dishes while in Rome. In

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And just like that we have been running virtual cooking classes for exactly one year!
We can’t thank each and everyone of you enough for all the support, kind words, amazing smiles, warm vibes and all the times you have cooked with us. It means so much. Grazie!

We can’t wait until Italy opens its boarders and we will be able to welcome everyone back to Rome. But until then, we look forward to seeing everyone online for more recipes!

I Took a Zoom Cooking Class With a Roman Chef. It Was Awesome 28/12/2020

I Took a Zoom Cooking Class With a Roman Chef. It Was Awesome

Thanks Joe Ray for this awesome article on WIRED!

I Took a Zoom Cooking Class With a Roman Chef. It Was Awesome In a Covid-inspired pivot, chefs around the world are offering interactive cooking classes online that help groups of disparate strangers learn some new tricks.


Merry Christmas from our family to yours! 🎄



Taste testing: One of the best parts of cooking!
Sausage cooked in a tomato sauce served over grilled polenta.


A day full of sweets! I might have tasted a few...


Any truffle lovers out there? A white lasagna made with besciamella, mozzarella, mushrooms and black truffles.


All things squash. We’ve made risotto, ravioli, gnocchi and tonight we will be making soup!
Pictured is a pumpkin risotto with fried leeks and smoked burrata cheese.


Buon lunedì!
We’re back! Hope everyone is doing well. We had a great weekend of cooking and look forward to cooking more recipes with everyone through the holidays!

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When in Rome...
Happy World Tourism Day!


There are so many things I love about this photo.


Dessert in the making! Working on the next recipe.


Fresh egg-noodle pasta with a lemon sauce. It was delicious and great to cook with everyone this weekend. Looking forward to sun-dried tomato gnocchi in a gorgonzola and walnut sauce this Thursday. Hope to see you there!

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Great cooking Carbonara with everyone tonight. Caponata (a sweet and savory vegetable medley) tomorrow!


Pizza part 2 was a delicious success! Thanks again for everyone that cooked along with us and we look forward to the next pizza class.


Yesterday we prepared our pizza dough in the first part of the 2 part pizza class. Look forward to the second part today!

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This is the dish that reminds me of summer. Fried calamari paired with a chilled glass of white wine! What’s that one dish that makes you think of summer?

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Meat, meat and more meat for day #5. Meatballs, stuffed peppers and saltimbocca were some of the recipes we prepared.

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Day #4 was all about delicious cookies and cakes. Definitely a day for the sweet-tooth!

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Day #3: Gnocchi, fig jam, and a few other recipes. We made 3 different types of gnocchi. The winner of the three was the red gnocchi, the coloring is from sun-dried tomatoes, which were coated with a gorgonzola cream, walnut and pear sauce. Delicious!

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Day #2 kept it Roman! With a pasta dish, a second course of lamb, a few veggies for a side and finished with a ciambellone for dessert.

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Yesterday we started a one week intensive cooking course. We started day #1 with a full menu of fish!

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Virtual cooking class this weekend where we will prepare a tomato sauce using fresh, in-season tomatoes. Nothing tastes more like summer than a fresh tomato sauce!

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Beef-rolls it’s what was for dinner! Deliciously stuffed with carrot, celery and prosciutto and stewed in a tomato sauce.
Hope everyone enjoyed their weekend! Look forward to seeing everyone this week in the virtual cooking classes. We have missed you!

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Bruschetta; a simple dish. But there are so many options when it comes to the topping. Pictured is yellow tomatoes, mushroom & sausage and chicory with white beans and crunchy guanciale. I may have eaten a few of each!

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Made some caponata today. It’s a Sicilian dish mades with fried eggplant and other vegetables and seasoned with an agrodolce sauce. I prefer it as an appetizer but it can really be served at any time! Have you ever had caponata?

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More treats from the garden!

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We haven’t found a great translated name for this dessert yet....but it is a delicious one. Chocolate Salami!
Join us tomorrow at 2pm central time to prepare this chocolatey goodness.
Photo credit: She prepared this amazing dessert with us in the last online class!

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Blackberries directly from the bush. Don’t know if they will last long enough to make a jam!

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Looking forward to cooking some great recipes this week.
For the beginning of the week we will be cooking aglio e olio (garlic and oil) and meatballs cooked in a tomato sauce. Check us out here to join:

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Awesome online class tonight! This evening we prepared Pasta Cozze e Vongole (mussels & clams). It was great seeing everyone!


A little different day yesterday but looking forward to supplì class tonight!

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Do you have an eggplant and don’t know what to make with it? Come and join us in the virtual online cooking class tomorrow to make Eggplant Parmesan. Hope to see you there!
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Getting ready for Carbonara tonight. Always one of my favorites!

Tomorrow’s class: Chicken with Peas and Mushrooms

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Fresh figs! They are in season and delicious. Now to make something with them!

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Something sweet to start the weekend. This is a recipe that comes from the south; Torta Caprese. A delicious chocolate and nut combination with no flour.

Serving 24in spring pan
•100g Almonds
•100g Hazelnuts
•4 egg whites
•5 egg yolks
•200g butter
•200g dark chocolate
•200g sugar
•70g cocoa powder
•7g Baking powder

Take your chocolate and coarsely chop. Set aside
Take your nuts and place in a pan over the stove to roast. Once roasted, coarsely chop. Set aside
First separate your eggs; In one bowl we will need 4 egg whites with half of the sugar and in a second bowl 5 egg yolks with the rest of the sugar.
Whisk the yolks until they become more firm and thick. Whisk the whites until they have stiff peaks.
Then place the butter (previously softened) in to the egg yolk cream and mix it with an electric whisk.
Then one at a time add in sequenze cacao powder, dark chocolate chunks, all the nuts and baking powder.
To finish, fold in the egg whites.
In a greased spring pan, add the chocolate mixture Bake it in the oven (with fan) at 355˚F/180˚C (without fan) at 390˚F/200˚C for about 40-45 minutes. Enjoy!

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Not just any gnocchi...Green Gnocchi!
With the addition of spinach we will make these fluffy pillows green and pair them with a butter and sage sauce. Hope to see you in our virtual cooking class this Thursday, July 2nd at 4:00pm CDT!

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Then there is this one!
Pasta alla Norma. A tomato based sauce with the addition of fried eggplant and ricotta.
If you’re free, join us in tomorrow’s virtual cooking class to learn the recipe.

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