Thursdays by Hand: Ingannapreti

Thursdays by Hand: Ingannapreti

Every week, our expert pastai, or pasta makers, demonstrate how to make a different pasta shape by hand. Join us at our fresh pasta counter all day Thursday, August 6, and learn how to make the spiked ingannapreti!

Ingannapreti get their name from the Italian words inganna and preti, which mean "deceive" and "priests." Essentially an unfilled cappelletti, the shape originated in Emilia-Romagna, when there was leftover pasta dough but not enough filling.

Ready to make pasta? After you master this new shape, go back to the beginning with Eataly Magazine's guide on how to make fresh egg pasta dough.