Pasta Making Class for Beginners

Learn how to make pasta from scratch in Sydney

Australian Patisserie Academy

Australian Patisserie Academy

5.0 (22)

3.5 hours Class size 1 to 12

label $175 (or 4 payments of $43.75 Afterpay)

Enjoy a half-day of hands-on fun at this introduction to handmade pasta workshop. In this Sydney class, you will learn how to make some of Italy's most famous kinds of pasta using a pasta machine, including malloreddus (gnocchi), farfalle and fusilli!

Complete your journey by complementing your own handmade pasta with delicious sauces and fillings.

What you will learn:

  • How to make hand-made water base pasta mix.
  • How to make hand-made authentic pasta using egg.
  • How to shape malloreddus (gnocchi), farfalle and fusilli by hand.
  • Demonstration in making a traditional tomato ragu with Italian pork sausages.
  • Demonstration in making an authentic basil pesto sauce.
  • How to cook pasta "al dente".
  • How to present a plated pasta using traditional techniques.
  • Understanding the use of traditional garnishes.

At the end of the class, take home your delicious pasta creations to enjoy! All materials are included in the cost of the workshop. A detailed recipe book is also provided so you can recreate these dishes again and again.

Please note: You will receive a confirmation email seven days before your class starts with all the information you will need for the day.

Knowledge required
What you'll get
  • All materials are included in the cost of the workshop.
  • You will make your own pastas to take home.
  • A detailed recipe book.
What to bring
Information regarding clothing:
  • The Australian Patisserie Academy is a professional training facility. Appropriate clothing must be worn at all times including long pants, a cotton shirt with sleeves and fully closed in flat, non-slip shoes. You will be given an Australian Patisserie hat and apron to use on the day but if you have a full chef’s uniform, please feel free to wear it.
  • Proper attire including long pants, cotton shirts with sleeves and appropriate footwear are essential entry requirements to attend classes. These are important necessities to prevent injury in case of spillage.
  • Long pants: this means pants that cover your entire leg. Shorts or three-quarter pants are not permitted.
  • Cotton shirts with sleeves: this means shirts that cover the top part of your arm as well as your entire torso. Singlets, crop tops, halter neck or sleeveless tops are not permitted.
  • Fully closed in, flat, non-slip shoes: this means flat shoes that cover your foot in its entirety with a rubber sole. Ballerina shoes, shoes with a heel or open shoes of any kind are not permitted.
  • No jewellery is to be worn during class. Long hair must be tied back neatly. Students without appropriate attire may not be submitted to classes and thus forfeit their enrolment.

TAFE NSW - 250 Blaxland Road, Ryde NSW

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Australian Patisserie Academy
Australian Patisserie Academy

5.0 (22)

The Australian Patisserie Academy joins TAFE NSW as a specialist centre at the hospitality hub of Ryde Campus, which also features the Sydney Wine Academy and the Sydney Coffee Academy.

Our programs provide culinary professionals and food enthusiasts the opportunity to further your patisserie training, giving you the confidence and expertise to shine in the kitchen.

The Academy offers specialised courses in chocolate, patisserie, sugar, bread, cake design and decoration.

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