Cooking Class

risi e bisi: first course of the Venetian tradition

  • Participants min 1, max 4
    Children not allowed
  • Investment 65,00 euro
  • Duration 02:00 h.
  • Days Thursday
  • Timetable 12:00 - 14:00
  • Location Venice
About the experience "risi e bisi: first course of the Venetian tradition"

In the Venetian tradition, the typical dishes par excellence are risottos.

The most famous recipe is undoubtedly the risi e bisi, a risotto with peas, spring first fruits, cooked with dried onion. The dish is finished with salt, pepper and parsley.Risi e bisi is a typical first course of the Veneto region, precisely of the cities of Venice. Spring is the perfect season to make this recipe, when you can find fresh, sweet and crunchy peas.

Sofia, a Venetian cook, will welcome you to her home in the center of Venice. With her you will prepare a typical Venetian dish: risi e bisi.

At the end of cooking it is creamed with butter and Parmesan cheese, for a very enveloping result you will use Vialone Nano, a variety of rice typical of the Veneto region that perfectly absorbs the sauce, swelling during cooking. To make this dish even more delicious and tasty, it is the presence of diced bacon and chopped fresh parsley.

You will taste the dishes you have prepared and you will be inebriated by the smells and scents of Venetian food.


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Languages spoken by the Local: English, Italian, French, German
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