Panna Cotta by Marta. @martascooking A moment to indulge. 😊
If you don’t usually use gelatin, this could be a great first dish to try it. Marta and I use the sheets which you can order on Amazon. I prefer sheets rather than the powder. Once you get the gelatin part down, you’re good to go. You just have to let the “pudding” set for at least 5 hours.
Panna Cotta by Marta
* 250 g cream
* 60g milk
* 40g sugar
* ½ vanilla pod or 1 tsp. Extract
* 4 g gelatin(about 1 ½ sheets)
* 75g berries
* 50g powdered sugar
* 1 Tbsp. Lemon juice
1. Place gelatin sheets in *cold* water in a bowl.
2. Meanwhile, Mix cream, milk, sugar and vanilla in a small saucepan. If using vanilla pod, scrape seeds out of vanilla pod and put in cream mixture with the pod. Bring just to a simmer and stir. There should just be a little steam that comes off the pot. Then, turn it off.
3. Take pot off the heat. Remove vanilla pod if you used it. Squeeze gelatin leaves to remove excess water. Add softened gelatin to pot and stir in.
4. Pour cream mixture into cups and store in fridge until set.
5. Meanwhile make coulis by blending ingredients and straining out pulp. Reserve the sauce- it will thicken as it cools. Store in fridge.
6. Once panna cotta is set, pour coulis on top and serve with fresh berries and mint sprig if you have it. Enjoy!
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