Panna cotta

Yesterday we had guests and I thought I´d try something different for dessert, aside from my regulars: dark chocolate cake, Pavlova or chocolate mousse. I´d never made Panna cotta before, but it looked easy enough, so I found a recipe that looked yummy and yet not so complicated. It turned out amazing!



6 gelatin sheets

1 vanilla bean

7 1/2 cream

100 g sugar

Raspberry coulis:

1 bag of frozen raspberries

100 g caster sugar

2 ss lemon juice

Cut the vanilla bean and scrape the seeds. Have the seeds and the whole vanilla bean in a thick-bottomed saucepan with cream and sugar. Bring it to a boil on a low fire while you´re stirring all the time. Take the saucepan away and stir in the gelatin.

Pour the cream in 6 pretty glasses and allow it to cool 20 minutes before putting it in the fridge. Serve after a couple of hours, when the pudding has settled.

Have the raspberries, caster sugar and lemon juice in a food processor, blend it and serve. Decorate with fresh berries. I was too lazy for the coulis, so I only served with berries. It was a success! 😉


Bon appétit! 😉


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