Panna Cotta

panna cotta with jam
  • Preparation Time
    5 min
  • Cooking Time
    5 min
  • Servings
    2

Panna cotta is an Italian dessert that is now popular in northern Italy and probably originated in the Piedmont region of this country. Its name means boiled cream, but in reality it is not so boiled. The milk and cream, as well as the sugar and flavorings, are boiled together for a short time and then added to the gelatin.

Try this really quick dessert and enjoy the fantastic taste!

Ingredients

    Tutorial

    Solis 1

    Pour the gelatin into a bowl and pour cold water. Set aside to swell.

    Solis 2

    Pour sour cream, milk, pieber sugar and vanilla extract into the pot.

    Solis 3

    Bring the pot to a boil on the stove. Continuous bags.

    Solis 4

    When everything is hot in the pot, add the swollen gelatin and bags.

    Solis 5

    Boil everything until the first bubble is thrown.

    Solis 6

    The finished mass, which is in the pot, is poured into dishes - you can use glasses, silicone dishes, cups, bowls, etc.

    Solis 7

    Cover the dishes with cling film to prevent the smell from absorbing.

    Solis 8

    Put in the refrigerator for 2-4 hours.

    Conclusion

    When making this recipe, nothing happens if an ingredient is added too much. I like to eat Panna Cottu even a little warm, which is not finally hardened, but also not liquid. It can be covered with some jam or formed fruit mass, such as strawberries, raspberries, etc. Enjoy your meal!

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