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Here, we've made the dough in a food processor, but it's really quick and simple to do by hand as well. If the dough seems a little too wet just add a little more flour.
"Pizza + Porchetta" is the sub-heading at Da Orazio in Bondi, but there's another P-word that's been perfected behind these doors: pasta. And the master is Orazio D'Elia.
Though he was raised in Naples, the chef worked his way across the length and breadth of the Italian nation, before making his way (via wider Europe, Africa and the Americas) to Australia and the sunny Sydney he now calls home. And while the pizza and porchetta at Da Orazio are beyond reproach, the restaurant's regulars know that D'Elia's handling of pasta is also worth celebrating.
And this is something you can experience first-hand in this pasta-focused Gourmet Institute session covering three classic pasta sauces: Italy's two great quick-eats, linguine alla puttanesca and spaghetti alla carbonara, and its greatest culinary export, the true tagliatelle alla Bolognese.
Harvey Norman @ domayne, 84 O'Riordan St, Alexandria, NSW
Date & Time
7pm, Wednesday 12 October
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