Panna Cotta original recipe – Tuscany tastes so delicious
Together with the tiramisu, the panna cotta (also pannacotta) is one of the most famous and popular Italian desserts. Both are equally easy and it is debatable which dessert is more delicious. In the last posts we were able to find out how easy the tiramisu preparation is. And today it’s the turn of the Panna Cotta Original recipe. Do you get excited every time you can finally order dessert from an Italian restaurant? Today we propose that you learn how to prepare this indulgent delicacy yourself (and like a true Italian too). Even if panna cotta is often compared to caramel pudding, it actually contains no milk. How do you get that silky and creamy consistency without milk? We’ll reveal the secret in a moment.
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Panna Cotta Original recipe – authentic and unadulterated
In today’s article we would like to prepare the delicious panna cotta for four people. What we need for the Panna Cotta Original recipe from Italy is super simple and not exactly healthy, but it tastes incredibly good.
Panna cotta looks much more elegant and festive when served in a glass
Ingredients: 90g white sugar, 1 tablespoon vanilla pulp, 300ml cream, 3 gelatine leaves (5g each)
(Instead of vanilla pulp, you can choose a flavor that you like. It can be coffee, caramel, cardamom or anything else you like to eat)
The glass would also be the better alternative for beginners
It’s a lot more awkward, but feel free to layer the dessert too
For the sauce:
50g sugar, 250g fresh strawberries, 2 tablespoons water
(Here the sauce can deviate from the given recipe and the fruit can be freely chosen. It is better to use fresh fruit! You can also simply replace the sauce with Nutella)
The end result should always be nicely decorated
Always create the sauce from fresh fruit for an irresistible flavor
First you need to dissolve the gelatine in the lukewarm water. Leave the gelatine in the water for about 7 minutes until it becomes completely soft.
Heat the cream on the stove, being careful not to boil. “Panna Cotta” means boiled cream, but the cream must not get too hot. Stir gently while doing so. After 2 minutes add the sugar and keep stirring. When small bubbles form around the edges, the cream is ready. Now you can add the venille pulp, stir again and remove from the heat. Remove the gelatin from the water and squeeze out any liquid by hand. Now the gelatine is added to the cream. If necessary, reheat until the gelatin completely dissolves into the cream. Then fill the cream into nice glasses and put them covered in the fridge.
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Meanwhile, create a flavorful sauce from the sugar and strawberries. After 5-7 minutes on the stove, it is already ready and can be pureed. Put them in the fridge too.
If you’re making the Italian dessert for the first time, pour it into glasses and garnish with fruit and mint leaves!