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Panna Cotta | Authentic Italian Recipe

"Panna Cotta" literally means "cooked cream." As the name suggests, it's a pretty simple dish to make! We've included instructions for a raspberry coulis topping, but feel free to use your favorite berries.



Watch the Pasta Grammar video where we make this recipe here:




Serves 2.


For this recipe, you will need:

- 250ml (1 cup) heavy cream

- 1 packet (7.5g) gelatine

- 50g (4 tbsp) sugar, or to taste

- 1 tsp vanilla extract

- 350g (1 pint) raspberries



In a small saucepan, combine the cream, gelatine, vanilla and half the sugar. Whisk over low heat until small bubbles start to form. Take it off the heat just before the cream comes to a simmer and pour into 2 small carafes.



Refrigerate for 3-4 hours or until the cream completely solidifies.


Meanwhile, combine the raspberries and remaining sugar in a small saucepan. Stir over medium heat until the berries completely dissolve. Strain the mixture through fine mesh and discard the pulp. Allow the coulis to cool completely.



Flip the panna cotta onto a small plate to serve and remove the carafe. You may need to gently run a knife around the edge of the panna cotta to dislodge it. Drizzle with the coulis and serve.


Buon appetito!



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4 Comments


ilcorago
ilcorago
Feb 19, 2023

MMmmmmm!! I was lazy and didn't strain the raspberries, but it was still delicious.



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Killian Moore
Killian Moore
Jul 06, 2021

Gelatin not sold in 7.5g sachets here only 12g sachets

can anyone recommend a good digital weighing spoon used for small amounts?

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kassi420
kassi420
May 18, 2022
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You can always make 500ml of Panna Cotta instead of 250

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