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Crispy Milan: Cotoletta alla Milanese Masterclass

Location:Milano
Duration:3 hours
Experience:Private
Reviews:4.2 ★ (49)
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Cotoletta alla Milanese, also known as “elephant’s ear” because of its large, flat shape, is a typical dish of the gastronomy of Milan. Cotoletta derives from “costoletta”, little rib, due to the specific cut of meat, which is cooked and served on the bone. Nowadays there are different variations of this dish all over Italy, all of which are delicious.

In this course, you'll learn to prepare Cotoletta alla Milanese from scratch - a delicious breaded veal cutlet that is the pride of local kitchens. Preparing the perfect Cotoletta alla Milanese takes practice, technique, and experience. Learn how to make the most out of local ingredients with your Cesarina and collect a secret family recipe that has been passed down through the generations. After the lesson, you will taste the fruits of your hard work with a lunch or dinner. You'll feel like part of the family as you relax and enjoy a glass of local wine with your host.

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Sophia - Jan 2020
Amazing host
Dear Francesca, I can’t tell you how wonderful the experience was with Speranza B. and her husband. From the start they worked so patiently with
314junjun - Dec 2019
Florence
At first i did not realize that i booked that you need to to a house but i really love and enjoyed our experience i will highly recommend this
Chad - Dec 2019
Daniela was our host and the meal was truly once in a lifetime. It felt like a six course meal! She treated us with class and respect. The food
Nicole - Dec 2019
This was really lovely! We enjoy taking cooking classes when we travel. It was great to shop the market and then cook in our hosts home. Great
Babercrombie - Dec 2019
Absolutely Perfect Evening
No question, this was the highlight of our trip and the activity that is squarely at the top of my list to repeat on our next visit. Marzia and