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Dear All,
have been making Panna Cotta for some while and love it especially in the summer with fresh berries but would like to try a new recipe any ideas thanks pompeyams
 

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Martha has a buttermilk panna cotta in her dessert cookbook that's pretty good (very light). Also made one from Grand Finales, p. 65 mocha panna cotta with carmal rum sauce....it's very heavy so I lightened it.

Mocha Panna Cotta:
2 1/2 tsp. gelatin
2 oz. h2o
18 oz. heavy cream
6 oz.sugar
16 oz. sour cream
2 1/2 tsp. instant espresso
4 oz. semi sweet chocolate

soften gelatin in water. melt choc..
mix the rest together and bring up to "hot" over a double boiler, then fold in gelatin and chocolate.

I didn't try their carmel rum sauce, I went another dirrection with this item. :D
 

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One of the best is probably the one from The River Café Cookbook - Panna cotta with grappa. Yum!!

The cookbook should be easily found in the UK.



BTW, it was not the clear grappa, but rather the amber colored one (Riserva).

[ July 13, 2001: Message edited by: Kimmie ]
 

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Funny, Pompeyams. Maybe it means you should stick with it!

Can you tell me a bit more about the grappa they use? Brand name?

at your convenience.

Bye for now.

[ July 28, 2001: Message edited by: Kimmie ]
 

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I appreciate the information, Pompeyams.

Thanks a lot!

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I recently saw a cinnamon panna cotta . Interesting specially if you make it with real cionnamon.
 
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