The Maltagliati are clippings of fresh pasta often resulting from the cutting of Fettuccine. They therefore have an irregular shape, different dimensions, in addition to a inhomogeneous thickness. They will be easy to prepare together. Maltagliati are mostly used to make soups, especially those with borlotti beans, a dish rich in carbohydrates and easily digestible proteins, and capable of satisfying the body and mind of a genial artist like Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Often in competition with Francesco Borromini, Bernini painted inside the papal Palace frescoes of rare beauty, which in part were also the sketches he used to create the famous Fountain of the Four Rivers in Piazza Navona.
Sessions from a minimum of 8 to a maximum of 12 participants.