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Would you like to learn how to make Apulian focaccia? Are you interested in a cooking class in Puglia that makes you feel totally surrounded by local rituals?
All the secrets to prepare local delicacies quickly and with few ingredients local will be passed on you with our focaccia cooking class in Puglia.
A real Apulian Grandmother or a master baker will teach you in a simple and fast way how to prepare Apulian focaccia thanks to their knowledge. Their tips will be the main ingredients for your typical, unforgettable food tasting experience.
The final moments of the focaccia making class will give extreme pleasure to your palate: a flavourful tasting of focaccia fresh from the oven, stuffed with local products like Capocollo di Martina Franca, mozzarella, burrata or caciocavallo cheese will await you. We do not want to add anything more; just know that you will sip fine Apulian wine to accompany your tasting.
We made your experience unique by selecting carefully the locations where it will take place. You will be able to choose among an authentic Apulian home cooking lesson or a bakery lab where, together with focaccia, other tasteful Apulian products like bread, taralli (salted or sweet), and friselle are made.
Apulian focaccia is always on our tables, thanks to its exquisite goodness and its versatility: it is suitable to be served as a side dish during a lunch or a dinner; or, it could be used as main dish if perfectly combined with other typical Apulian food like salami, fresh dairy products, cheese. You need few ingredients and a small amount of time to make focaccia following the original Apulian recipe. We are sure our tips will help you making delicious focaccia with great ease.
Taking part to our making class means also learning to prepare focaccia in different ways:
Thus, in short, you will be able to make focaccia at home; your guests will be amazed at its incredible flavour (…and its nice smell!)
We saved the best for last: your experience will be etched in your mind thanks to the hypnotic dance of tongues of fire and heady scents coming from the oven.
Focaccia must be baked in a wood-fired oven with Apulian firewood in an authentic Apulian atmosphere to really be defined “made in Puglia”. All this is far for unimportant: every single log has its proper features like smell, heat distribution and retention, and other little secret characteristics. Even the wood-fired oven used to bake, the flour for making dough and the gestures to knead it are of fundamental importance.
Add to your family cookbook one of the Italian products of unique taste thanks to our Focaccia making class in Puglia following the original recipe experience. You will learn to make focaccia lead by a Grandmother or a master baker in a typical location like an authentic bakery or an Apulian home.
The experience will end with a tasting of different types of traditional focaccia served up with other local, genuine gastronomic delicacies such as salami and fresh dairy product, accompanied with Puglian wine.
Are you ready for the experience Focaccia making class in Puglia following the original recipe? Reserve it!
Come and experience it too, we are waiting for you!
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