Piadina and Crescioni are a cornerstone of the Romagna region gastronomy.
Piadina are a typical flat-bread made of flour, water, oil, salt and lard (which can also be substituted by adding more olive oil). They are filled with local ingredients and are an amazing delicacy to eat in every moment of the day. It’s a classic street food but also works well as a sophisticated starter or a lazy lunch!
Crescioni are made with the same dough used for the piadina, but they are filled with different ingredients (such as tomato and mozzarella, mixed herbs, sausage and potatoes) and closed before cooking.
In this class you will learn both these typical regional recipes: Piadina and Crescioni.
Enjoy a classic Italian aperitivo, then learn to prepare these fun recipes with your Cesarina and discover the hidden secrets of Romagna’s cuisine.
After the lesson, you’ll have a delightful lunch or dinner where you’ll taste the fruits of your hard work with local wines. Delicious!