If you are looking for an experience where you can learn the secrets of fresh pasta making, don't miss this pasta workshop in Massama, a hamlet of Oristano, in western Sardinia.
In the company of Antonella, you will have a unique and fun experience with your hands in pasta that will take you through old family traditions. She will tell you about the typical Sardinian types of pasta made of only semolina, water and salt and reveal family recipes. With her you will prepare malloreddus, fregula and ravioli, she will teach you which sauces are best to pair them with, and at the end of the workshop you will enjoy these delicious dishes accompanied by a good glass of wine.
Thanks to this experience you will be able to amaze friends and relatives with the preparation of genuine mouth-watering dishes.
The farm was founded in 1857 and is a historical enterprise recognized by Unioncamere. The late 19th-century structure surrounded by green meadows and organic orchards has exposed stonework redeveloped according to landscape standards. Here tradition has been carried on for five generations cultivating and processing raw materials to bring them to the table for authentic sensory experiences.
Lunch includes three typical Sardinian dishes of malloreddus, fregula and ravioli, a glass of wine, water, bread and coffee. Accommodations for allergies, intolerances, and vegetarian and vegan alternatives are available, with prior notification to the number on the reservation voucher at least two days before the experience.