LA PIDA RUMAGNOLA - PIADINA WORKSHOP

From EUR 36

The real Piadina* Romagnola is a unique goodness that has ancient origins in the Romagna countryside as a poor dish. Today protected by the PGI, the piadina has deservedly become a symbol of Italian cuisine in the world.  The Mercato Coperto offers the classic recipe, made with: flour type "0" Gran Mugnaio for Piadina Romagnola Molino Spadoni, yeast, water, lard (the good and healthy one) of Mora Romagnola, milk and salt.

*Thin flatbread.

 

The experience will be complemented by a GUIDED TOUR OF THE MERCATO COPERTO by the staff, to discover the history, architecture, furnishings and enogastronomic thinking of the place.

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When:

   Sunday 22nd at 10.30 am


Meeting point:

  Ravenna’s Mercato Coperto
  
P.za Andrea Costa, 48121 Ravenna

Indications: the Mercato Coperto, located in the historical centre, is about 10 minutes walk from both the train station and the Tourist Information Office in Piazza San Francesco


Duration:

   1 hr and 30 minutes


Language:

   Italian (but can be easily follo,w even if you don't speak Italian)


Included in the activity:

    - piadina making class
    - tasting of your own stuffed piadina
    

Highlights

In this class, you will learn how to make piadina with the help of the expert azdore* from the Romagna Region, who will guide you in the preparation of the dough and teach you how to roll it out to the ideal thickness.

*in Romagna dialect, means "reggitrice"- “ruler”: the azdora in fact, in the traditional society of this part of the Adriatic coast was the matriarch, on which depended the administration of the house and the family.

 

At the end of the workshop, you will be able to taste your piadina accompanied by Squacquerone di Romagna DOP Officine Gastronomiche Spadoni, arugula and Prosciutto Crudo di Langhirano 24 months (including water and cover charge).

Route

  1. Piazza Andrea Costa, Ravenna