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PostSubject: (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta   (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta Icon_minitimeMon Apr 30, 2007 4:56 pm

Serves 6 - Prep time 10 mins - Cook time 5 mins (plus 2-3 hours setting time)

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4 x Quick Dissolving Fine Leaf Gelatine (or 1/4oz powdered Geletine)
550 ml Double Cream
200ml semi-skimmed milk
175g Caster Sugar
1 Vanilla pod (half and remove the seeds - keep the seeds!)
Fresh raspberries etc
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Soak the gelatine leaves in cold water for 5 mins

Place cream, sugar and vanilla pod seeds in a pan with a heavy base. Slowly bring to the boil, stir occasionally, until sugar has dissolved.

Remove from heat and then take the Gelatine leaves one by one, squeeze out the excess water and stir into the mixture until dissolved.

Rinse out 6 x 150ml pudding moulds (old clean yogurt pots will do) but do not dry. Divide the panna cota mixture between them.
Cool then chill in the fridge for 2-3 hours until set.

To serve, dip the moulds one at a time into hot water for 10 seconds, then turn out onto plates.

Serve with fresh Raspberries or a Fruit Compote - or try with Jans Summer Sherbert .............. Very Happy


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PostSubject: Re: (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta   (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta Icon_minitimeMon Apr 30, 2007 5:28 pm

Sounds delicioius John.

To my knowledge we don't have geletine leaves. Any idea of the equivalent in ordinary Geletine powder. ??

I had a giggle about the semi skimmed milk and all that cream. Why bother. lol
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Jan,

Substitute the 4 Geletine leaves with 1/4oz of powered Geletine

OK

John Very Happy
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Jan wrote:
I had a giggle about the semi skimmed milk and all that cream. Why bother. lol

He is on a diet. (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta 537381
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PostSubject: Re: (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta   (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta Icon_minitimeTue May 01, 2007 10:32 am

Honest answer - semi -skimmed milk will mix easier with Double Cream than full cream milk - the viscosity of Double Cream and Full Milk are not as compatable.

Alternate answer - It's wot is said on the recipy card - OK!! (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta 264697
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PostSubject: Re: (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta   (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta Icon_minitimeFri Jun 08, 2007 3:25 am

Had to laugh again. Our full cream milk here has only 3% more cream than skimmed milk.

It's all like water!

We had a cow when we were kids...NOW... That is full cream milk. Mum used to take off what milk we needed and with a separating machine take of all the cream from the rest. Bring it inside and slowly cook it on a double boiler. The result, Scalded cream you had to dig with a spoon from the bowl. If you have never tried this you have missed out on one of the great pleasures of the pallette.


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Scalded Cream is known as Clotted Cream in the UK - I love it on top of Ice Cream......................
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Really good for the diet eh what! ??
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What diet? (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta 537381 (Easy) Vanilla Panna Cotta 537381
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