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Panna Cotta recipe #156638
03/12/2018 05:12 PM
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LBI2SXM, I enjoy cooking, probably more than actually eating. I just made Panna Cotta this afternoon for the second time since returning from Italy! It's an easy dessert! Next time I'll take step by step photos!

Dissolve 1 envelope unflavored gelatin in 2 tbls cold water in small sauce pan, bring slowly to a simmer then remove from heat.

Put 2 cups heavy cream in sauce pan, add 1/3 cup sugar, 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract, pinch of salt and zest of 1/2 orange. Bring just to a boil then remove from heat, add gelatin and whisk together.

Pour mixture into small glassware, makes 4 nice servings.

Let cool to room temp, then in the fridge for at least 4-6 hours to set. Setting overnight is good, just cover with plastic wrap to keep a skin from forming.

We are topping it with fresh raspberries and strawberries tonight!


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Re: Panna Cotta recipe [Re: LBI2SXM] #156643
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Hey Beerman, that sounds great! I always have wanted to try to make that but never did. Watched Lidia make it on her TV show. How did it turn out?

Re: Panna Cotta recipe [Re: LBI2SXM] #156656
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LBI2SXM, turned out great!

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Looks beautiful, Beerman! But are those FLORIDA strawberries?? We just bought a half flat of Florida strawberries over the weekend, shared some with a friend, and made some strawberries with balsamic and black pepper (Ina Garten's recipe) and some strawberry ice cream in my mixer attachment. Both were lovely, although I confess, no pictures! blush


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Yep, Florida strawberries! and raspberries from Mexico.

We were pressed for time, I let the panna cotta cool on the counter for 20 minutes, then into the freezer for 20 minutes, then fridge for 2-1/2 hours, back to freezer for 20, back to fridge for 30 minutes and it set pretty firm. The last and first time I made it I put in fridge for 8 hours, set a little firmer than this time, both were great.

The sauce...juice of the orange I zested, couple tablespoons of water, cup of raspberries, heaping tablespoon sugar and smashed the raspberries while simmering. Put that in a blender and strained, then added whole fruit.

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Good man, Florida strawberries!! handshake


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Awesome Beerman. Looks delish! Will definitely try this very soon. My only problem is I have no access to fresh strawberries.

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Where do you live, that you can't get fresh strawberries? I know we live in Florida, but here we can get fresh strawberries year round. A lot of them come from California though.


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I've made great sauces with frozen berries! I used the orange because we had one, I really like using lemon!

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In the winter strawberries are from South America or at best California. But they are dry, no taste, and I really don't like to use them. If push comes to shove, I will use the frozen, they are not too bad.

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"Dissolve 1 envelope unflavored gelatin in 2 tbls cold water in small sauce pan, bring slowly to a simmer then remove from heat."
Must mean 2 cups?

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2 tablespoons cold water! use a very small sauce pan, sprinkle gelatin in water, it starts to dissolve, heat gently for a minute until it thickens.

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Originally Posted by BEERMAN
LBI2SXM, turned out great!

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Seems so pretty and yummy too!


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