Welcome & Overview
I have so many fond memories of sitting outside a café in Sicily with the most wonderful fresh espresso and sampling the most colourful and flavourful sweet treats.
What I find intriguing about Italian baking is not only ingredients used but how they are used for example, pistachio ground down and used as a replacement for flour in the pistachio and orange cake, olive oil used instead of butter as the base for the lightest apple cake, egg whites and sugar whipped up to a frenzy and folded into ground almonds to make the lightest Amaretti. And let’s not forget the classic panna cotta – and in my case I make mine with yoghurt for that wonderful extra little bite.
These are all tasters of what lies ahead here in my Italian Deserts and Treats course
I’ve also added in some little recipes from my kitchen to accompany your wonderful treats. So, I show you how to make affogato, caffè corretto and limoncello.
So, let’s get baking! And Cook with Curiosity with me, Catherine Fulvio
In this course you will learn how to prepare these delicious dishes:
- Apple Cake Made with Oil
- Amaretto Ricotta Cheese Cake
- Chocolate Semifreddo with Berries
- Yoghurt Panna Cotta with Blackberry Compote
- Pistachio and Orange Cake
- Honey and Pine Nut Tart
- Amaretti Biscuits
And from Catherine’s Home Kitchen
- Caffè Corretto
In this course you will learn:
- Knife skills
- Methods of Cooking & Terminology
- All about Olive Oil
- Tips for Preparing Fruit
- Working with Yeast & Flours
- And lots more classic mouth-watering hearty Italian dishes
- Plus, special tips attached to each recipe
How to get the most out of this course
The course is structured as follows:
- A series of video instructions for each recipe
- A printable recipe with a tip sheet and photograph of the finished dish for each recipe
- Audio instruction, brief chat and tips for each recipe
- A Cook with Curiosity section, where there are more printable sheets with lots of detailed information regarding the cooking processes and much more. So do make sure you check that section out.
I would encourage you to start at the beginning and take each recipe one by one. At the end of each recipe, make some notes with regards to how you did. What was your feedback on the recipe?
We all have different tastes, maybe you added more sweetness into the dish or maybe you added more seasoning, or changed some ingredients to suit your tastes. I would encourage you to make notes to this effect so that when you are repeating the recipe you have a perfect recipe for your taste.
And do share photographs of your finished dish, tag me, Catherine Fulvio, and don’t forget to use the hashtag #CatherineFulvioOnlineCooking and #cookwithcuriosity
Do you have any questions, need support?
You will find lots of tips to company each recipe both on the recipe sheet and in the audio.
If you have any specific questions, complete the “Ask one of our tutors” form and we will get back to you.
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