09/09/21 Chicken Scaloppine Tomato, Mozzarella and Capers.
With Tuscan Grilled Vegetables
DateSept 9th, 2021
Time5:00 PM PST
FormatLive Video Webinar
MaterialsIngredient List, Recipe and Video
What you will be cooking
The Pizzaiola is an classic type of sauce with Neapolitan origins, reminescent of the famous Pizza Napoletana. Tomato, mozzarella, capers and olives will give that perfect authentic flavor to any type of scaloppine.
Served with a rustic mix of typical Tuscan veggies tossed in a light balsamic dressing and robust olive oil.
In this class we will be covering:
- How to prepare a classic sauce of Napoli, good for any type of meat scaloppine.
- Learn how to use each ingredient to make this sauce perfect.
- How to prepare and grill each vegetable the proper way before dressing it.
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Chef Davide Cerretini
Chef, Restauranteur, Yelp Antagonizer
Chef Davide Cerretini has been in the restaurant scene in the California Bay Area for the last 25 years. The owner of Cacciucco restaurant (the first Livornese cuisine restaurant in the world), and Chef/owner of the legendary Botto Bistro, he forged his new career and became a celebrity when he waged a hilarious and successful war on Yelp, which led to him starring in the movie Billion Dollar Bully and appearing on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah. His passion and attitude are distinctly Tuscan - he is known, even in the restaurant industry, for his unique approach and distinctive way of interacting with his audience. What he loves the most is to open people's eyes and guide them to a deeper understanding of what Italian food is all about. For him, it's not just about cooking. It's a lifestyle and an attitude. If you cook for yourself you should be able to laugh at yourself!.