Fruit panna cotta. Panna cotta, which translates to cooked cream in Italian, is one of my favorite desserts. Panna cotta is light, quick and easy to make and can feature an endless number of flavors, from chocolate, to pumpkin, to caramel to virtually any fruit. Would you like any spice in the recipe?
Place cream, confectioners' sugar, and vanilla bean in a saucepan. Stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a simmer. Deliciously light and creamy, panna cotta is so easy to make and makes a great companion for bright, sharp summer fruit. You can cook Fruit panna cotta using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Fruit panna cotta
- You need of Gelatine sheets 3 (around 6g).
- You need 300 ml of Milk.
- Prepare 150 ml of Double cream.
- Prepare 45-50 g of Caster sugar.
- You need 1 teaspoon of Vanilla extract.
- Prepare of Fresh fruits (passion fruit, berries).
It looks and tastes wonderful with ripe red fruits such as raspberries, strawberries. What is panna cotta made of? Panna cotta is a silky combination of milk, cream, gelatine, vanilla, and sugar. You can serve it plain or top with fruit.
Fruit panna cotta instructions
- Put gelatine sheets into a cold water for 5 minutes. (Don’t put them all in together. Do it one by one).
- Put milk, cream and sugar into a milk pan and heat it until the sugar melted. Turn off the heat and add vanilla extract and softened gelatine sheets in. (Remember to squeeze out he water in gelatine sheets).
- Sieve the milk-cream mixture twice and then pour it into the containers. Chill in the fridge for 1-2 hours. Place some fresh fruits and serve. Enjoy!!.
Panna cotta is similar to flan but contains NO eggs. It is also looser and more delicate in texture and less sweet. I had this milky jello, mousse-like dessert at a fancy, high-end spa resort in Leavenworth, WA. I fell in love with it from the first spoonful and dreamt about re-making it when I get home. Cover each dish with plastic wrap, making sure wrap does not touch the coconut mixture.