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Panna cotta (Italian for "cooked cream") is an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded. The cream may be aromatized with rum, coffee, vanilla, or other flavorings.
ometimes fancy desserts don't have to be hard to make! Panna cotta is a great example. It's creamy, rich, and so easy to make! You can play with flavours, and surprise your guests every time!
With this dessert, I'm starting the series of Christmas sweets. This version of panna cotta includes all christmas flavours: orange white chocolate and amazing, creamy texture. What are your favourite Christmas flavours?
Keep an eye on my blog, as more recipes are coming! First on the plate: gingerbread cookies
White chocolate panna cotta recipe
Prepare the jelly according to the instruction on the bag, but just just half required water (1 cup).
Prepare 6 small forms, or coffee cups, and add a slice of orange to each of them. You can use the muffin tin as a form holder, to tip them over.
Pour the jelly into the forms and set into a cold place, until it firms.
In a small saucepan add whipping cream, milk, chocolate, sugar. Cook over medium heat, until chocolate dissolves. Don't boil.
Set the gelatine in a heatproof dish, and cover with water. Wait 10 min until it absorbs the water. Heat the gelatine in the microwave for 10 sec, until it dissolves.
Pour the gelatine into the cream mixture and stir well. Let it cool into room temperature.
Bring the forms with firmed gelly and set them straight. Pour the cooled cream mixture and let is set again for 4h, or overnight.
To realise your dessert, dip the form in hot water for around a minute, and turn over into a plate.
Serve with a dollop of whipped cream and dark chocolate.