Monday, 6 July 2015

Strawberry Panna Cotta ~ Vegetarian





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Strawberry Panna Cotta ~Vegetarian
A creamy and delicious strawberry flavoured panna cotta dessert.
Ingredients:
  • 1 cup /250ml Double cream
  • 1 cup /250ml Skimmed Milk
  • 1 heaped tablespoon Agar Agar powder
  • 1.5 teaspoons Strawberry essence
  • 4 teaspoons  Strawberry Jam
  • 3 tablespoons Sugar
Method:
1. Pour the milk into a heavy bottomed pan and bring it to a slow simmer. Add the agar agar powder and stir the milk until the agar agar has dissolved.2. Pour the milk mixture into a blender and blend it so that any agar agar remaining will be powdered and mixed with the milk fully.3. Transfer the milk back to the pan and add the sugar and stir the milk until all the sugar has melted.Add the cream and bring the mixture to a slow simmer again.4. Add the strawberry essence, stir it into the milk and cream mixture.The mixture will start to thicken slightly, remove it from the heat and allow to cool slightly.5. Melt the strawberry jam and spoon 1 teaspoon in the bottom of each of the 4 serving cups or moulds.Pour the panna cotta mixture into serving cups or moulds. Leave to reach room temperature after which chill for 2 hours before serving. Turn out the panna cotta out of moulds and garnish with chopped strawberries
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Chill time: Total time: 2 hrs Yield: 8 servings




27 comments:

  1. Not a fan of panna cotta to be honest but I'm sure this will be useful to loads x

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  2. Not a fan of panna cotta to be honest but I'm sure this will be useful to loads x

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  3. that looks so delicious - perfect recipe!
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  4. I got some agar agar powder recently.. will make this dessert. BTW I have similar moulds too.. :)

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  5. I love panna cotta and it's one of my husband's favourite desserts too. I've never tried it with agar agar in before though - I might try it that way next time.

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  6. All I can see is a photo, and no recipe, but it sure does look delicious :)

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  7. oooh, now this looks lovely. Beautiful looking panne cotta and what gorgeous photographs you take too.

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  8. Lovely. I've never quite got round to making this! A great idea for any vegetarians.

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  9. I love panna cotta, but I've never made it before - this looks delicious - a perfect summery dessert!

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  10. I love panacottas when they are perfectly set! Lovely photos

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  11. You make it sound so easy. I have never made panna cotta, I might give it a try now!

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  12. Oh I love Panna Cotta! It looks gorgeous x

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  13. Those look amazing... that reminds me I don't make panna cottas often enough. I think I know what I will make this weekend ;)

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  14. Look gorgeous, just wish I could see the recipe.

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  15. Oh yum these sound absolutely delicious - what a great treat! x

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  16. You worked with agar agar. Pannacotta looks yummy.

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  17. This looks delicious! Great photography too!!

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  18. This looks delicious and so easy. Must give this a try over the weekend

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  19. This is one pudding I can't bring myself to it, it is all about the texture, it just makes me feel really queasy x

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  20. I've never tried panna cotta before but it looks and sounds delicious.

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  21. These look amazingly appetising, Nayna, yum!xx

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  22. Ooh fab to see a veggie version - have never tried to make it as all recipes I have seen use gelatine - will have to give this a try!

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  23. These look lovely and fresh tasting - ideal summer pudding!

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  24. Yum this looks delicious and I love your photo, makes me want to get collecting the ingredients for it right now!

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  25. I've never tried panna cotta before - will have to try and give this a go.

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