Coffee Flavored Dessert- Panna Cotta. Panna Cotta is a delicious Italian dessert, it's served chilled and has a custard like consistency, it's ultra creamy and slightly sweet and you can infuse many different flavors into it. One of my favorite versions is coffee infused panna cotta, it's the perfect finish to a lovely summertime meal. The key to making the […] Instructions.
Using a microwave oven to melt the gelatin makes this dessert a cinch." –Jacques Pépin. Ingredients: "Panna cotta is sort of the Italian version of creme brulee," says Camilla Saulsbury. "This is an easy, creamy custard dessert with Costa Rican flavors: dark brown sugar, rum, coffee, coconut and bittersweet chocolate." Remove the pot from the heat, and add the milk mixture, coffee granules, Sambuca, vanilla, and salt. Stir until the coffee and gelatin are dissolved and the mixture is completely smooth. You can cook Coffee Flavored Dessert- Panna Cotta using 10 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Coffee Flavored Dessert- Panna Cotta
- Prepare 200 ml of Milk.
- You need 1 1/2 tbsps of Coffee powder.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of Castor sugar.
- You need 1/2 cup of Cream.
- Prepare 1 tsp of Vanilla essence.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Sugar.
- It’s 1 tbsp of Gelatin.
- It’s 100 g of Dark Chocolate.
- You need 50 g of Cream.
- You need of Chocolate Shavings.
Instant coffee granules give the moist chocolate cake a mild mocha flavor, while the fluffy whipped cream layers, blended with brown sugar and crunchy toffee bits, are deliciously rich. —Lynn Rogers, Richfield, North Carolina Panna Cotta is a famous Italian dessert that is served across restaurants and hotels in Italy. It has now gained popularity across the globe and is a favorite dessert for many. The word Panna Cotta translates to 'cooked cream'. As the translation suggests, the dessert comprises of cream that is sweetened and thickened with gelatin.
Coffee Flavored Dessert- Panna Cotta step by step
- In a bowl of water, soak the gelatin granules..
- In a saucepan, heat milk. Add the coffee powder and sugar and mix well..
- Once the coffee comes to a boil, add the soaked gelatin to it and let the gelatin granules melt well..
- Turn off the flame and let the coffee cool down for about 5 – 6 minutes..
- Once the coffee cools down, add the cream and the vanilla essence. The coffee mix is ready..
- Strain the coffee using a strainer to get rid of the foam..
- Pour them in the small bowls and let them set for about 20 – 25 minutes and then refrigerate it till you are ready to serve..
- After 20 – 25 minutes, get the bowls out of the freezer..
- Dip them in lukewarm water for few seconds and then unmould it..
- Garnish with the chocolate sauce using the piping bag..
- To make the garnish:.
- In a bowl, add the chocolate and cream and microwave them..
- Once the chocolate and cream have melted, whisk it together to get rid of the lumps..
- Pour it in a piping bag and keep it aside..
Coffee Panna Cotta is your traditional favorite panna cotta with a twist. Flavored with coffee and served with a chocolate cream. This Coffee version adds a new look and taste to this popular Italian dessert. Panna Cotta literally translates as "cooked cream" in Italian, it is like eating a creamy cappuccino in a softly set, creamy Italian. Panna cotta is the somewhat fancier, Italian-born BFF of your beloved pudding cup, and four out of five sweet teeth agree that it is, like, oh my god, the best thing ever.