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Panna Cotta (Italian for “Cooked Cream”) Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Cameo Nichols

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1¼ c. (10 oz) Milk
1¼ c. (10 oz) Heavy Cream
½ c. (4 oz) Sugar
1½ tsp. Gelatin
2½ tbsp. Cold Water
1 tsp. or bean Vanilla (Bean, Paste, or Extract)

Directions:
Directions:
Put the milk, heavy cream, sugar, and vanilla in a pan on medium heat until sugar is dissolved and mixture is beginning to boil. (on the stove obviously)

While the mixture cooks, mix the gelatin and cold water together in a small bowl until there are no clumps. Let sit until the milk mixture is done.

Turn down the heat and add the gelatin to the mixture and stir until its dissolved.

Pour into the size of serving dishes you would like and refrigerate until set, about 1-2 hours. (depends on the sizes)

Once set, they can be topped with your favorite fruit, whipped cream, Dulce de Leche, ice cream etc.

Optional: You can add in different flavors while the mixture is cooking. ie: if you want Mint, add 4-5 fresh mint leaves to the pan along with the milk mixture. Once it starts boiling, take off heat and cover for 15 minutes. Then, bring it to a soft boil. Add gelatin and/or vanilla, strain into to bowls and chill.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
4-6
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
A light dessert that compliments even the heaviest of meals

 

 

 

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