We have two words for you Adelaide – Dessert. Pasta.
That’s right. Chef Chris Imgraben of Chapel Hill Winery has a recipe that will combine together two of our favourite things, pasta and dessert. Imgraben makes a deep fried, handmade ravioli, stuffed with Kangaroo Island honey and ricotta covered in a snow of icing sugar.
It sounds like something straight off Masterchef doesn’t it? Admittedly, now that we’re in the thick of the show, it kind of feels like handmade pasta is totally something we could do at home too. But where does a relatively novice chef start and how do we taste this dessert pasta?!
Well friends, you can both taste and learn how to make pastas just like this from Imgraben himself at Chapel Hill Winery’s Hands on Fridays Cooking Classes on Friday 2 June. The theme for this class is – drumroll – pasta!
Imgraben will teach you his secret hints and tips to make perfect pasta at home every. single. time. With 20 years in the industry, and years as a lecturer at Noarlunga TAFE under his belt, he’ll be able to teach even the least cooking-savvy of us to make delectable pasta at home. Never picked up a knife that’s sharper than a steak knife? You’ll be whipping up the perfect linguine like a pro in no time.
It would be a shame to not have wine when in wine country, so Chapel Hill are also going to match the pasta you make to their finest Mediterranean wine styles.
Want to make a night of it? Once finished, you can relax by the fireplace with your tummy full of pasta and wine, before rolling your way back to their on-site accomodation. Wake up to a delicious breakfast in the morning, with local bacon and eggs made just for you. The accommodation option is limited and requires booking before the event, so make sure you contact their office on (08) 8324 4413 to inquire about availability.
When: 2 June 2017, 6:00-10:00pm
Where: Chapel Hill The Retreat, 1 Chapel Hill Road, McLaren Vale
Cost: $110 per person for class, dinner and matched wines. VIP members discount available.