Make Rainbow Potato Gnocchi

Celebrate Pride Month and cook a delicious and colourful dish!

2 hours Class size 3 to 50     label £10

Learn to cook a delicious rainbow gnocchi pasta dish at this fun online cooking class to celebrate Pride.

Pride Month is the perfect time to honour not just the important historical events in the LGBTQ+ community, but also to remind our societies of the importance of inclusion and equality.

What better way to celebrate diversity than with a vibrant rainbow-coloured pasta dish? Food is love, after all!

Guided by your experienced teacher, you'll learn to make some vibrant rainbow gnocchi pasta with sage and butter sauce. This is a simple dish to make. It also looks amazing and has lots of flavour – it'll be a guaranteed success on your table and is perfect for a date night or a dinner with friends and family.

Celebrate our Pride and our colourful community by learning a new skill and spreading love, peace and respect for one another, making the world a better place.

Join in with loved ones, friends and family and learn to cook as a group! If you're separated by distance why not connect remotely to celebrate love and delicious food online. Alternatively, take part solo and meet like-minded others as you enjoy cooking something wonderful together.

By the end of your cooking class, you'll have a beautiful dish of homemade rainbow gnocchi to enjoy, as well as lots of new culinary know-how to make this lovely meal again. Importantly, you'll also have a wonderful sense of celebration as you mark Pride Month with this welcoming and happy activity.

Knowledge required
What to bring
Ingredients for two people:
  • 1 egg.
  • 200g of flour (preferably white 00 or fine semolina, but any other flour you prefer will be fine too, even gluten-free like rice or tapioca flour).
  • 350g of pre-boiled and mashed potatoes (they need to be very soft in order to mash them. Please make sure to cook them a few hours in advance so they can cool down before we start the online class. Ideally they should be cooked with the skin so they absorb less water and they are easier to work with, while kneading the dough).
  • 1 garlic glove.
  • Sage leaves.
  • 2 spoons of butter.
  • 2 tablespoons of Parmesan cheese.
  • Black pepper and salt.
  • Food colouring set kit (preferably in gel form).
  • 2 slices of Parma Ham (this is just for a final decoration, you can skip it if you don't like it)

  • Knife and fork.
  • Cling film.
  • Chopping board.
  • 1 cooking pot for the pasta.
  • 1 cooking frying pan for the sauce.
  • Grater.
  • Scale.
  • 2 disposable gloves (this is to avoid getting colour stains on your hands but it's not a must, you can also use a fork or spatula to mix the colours with the dough)
  • Gnocchi ridger (this isn't super important, if you don't have one already you can use a fork or a sushi mat to make a nice shape!).
Your teacher
Luca Favorito
Luca Favorito
(Cook with Luca)

5.0 (16)

I started Cook with Luca because I wanted to teach people how to make amazing traditional Italian soul food from scratch.

The aim of my online classes is that you enjoy yourself and other's company, share ideas and cooking tips and enjoy a glass of wine with a delicious meal.

My public classes are also an opportunity to learn new skills, acquire more knowledge about Italian culture, socialise with like-minded foodies and ultimately start to feel confident in the kitchen when inviting friends and family over for a meal!

More about this class

This teacher has 16 reviews for their other experiences - which you can see here.

This class is also covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

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