The Amalfi Coast is famous for its lemons, and they play a prominent role in many local dishes. Lemon risotto is a classic Amalfi dish that features the bright and zesty flavor of Amalfi’s famous lemons.
Seafood is abundant along the Amalfi coast, and linguine with clams is a classic Amalfi dish. In this dish, pasta is cooked with a flavorful combination of fresh clams, garlic, white wine, and parsley.
Amalfi is a part of the Campania region of Italy, and sfogliatella is the traditional pastry of Amalfi. Sfogliatella can be either sweet or savory. The sweet version of the pastry is often filled with ricotta, sugar, and candied peel.
Anchovies are commonly used in Amalfi coast cuisine, and this simple pasta dish showcases their salty and savory flavor in all its delicious glory. The spaghetti usually includes garlic, olive oil, parsley and sometimes breadcrumbs.
Extra virgin olive oil is a staple in Italian cooking and imparts a distinct, fruity flavor to many dishes. It is used for dressing salads, drizzling over bread, and as a base for many recipes.
Italian cuisine features an abundance of tomatoes, whether in sauces, fresh salads, or as a base for pizza and pasta dishes.
A key herb in Italian cuisine, basil is often used in pesto, salads, and as a garnish for various dishes. The combination of basil, tomatoes, and mozzarella is a classic flavor profile of Italy.
Garlic is a fundamental ingredient in Italian cooking, providing depth of flavor to sauces, pasta dishes, and meats. It's often used in combination with olive oil as a base for many recipes.
Fresh mozzarella, made from buffalo or cow's milk, is a creamy and mild cheese that is often used in salads, pizzas, and various pasta dishes.
The Amalfi Coast is famous for its lemons, and lemon flavors are often used in desserts, seafood dishes, and refreshing beverages.
Truffle-infused products, especially truffle oil and truffle salt, are used to add a luxurious and earthy flavor to various dishes, such as pasta and risotto.
The Amalfi food tour lasts for three hours.
You will learn how to make 3 essential Italian dishes: mozzarella, pasta
Your Amalfi food tours are located at Bomerano, Agerola Costiera Amalfitana, Via degli Ontanelli, 13, 80051 Agerola NA, Italy. Find on maps.
You can cancel your Amalfi food tour tickets 24 hours before the experience begins for a full refund.
Your Amalfi food tour guide is fluent in both English and Italian.