Panna Cotta Recipe Gordon Ramsay

Panna Cotta Recipe Gordon Ramsay

My kids often do not like to drink milk. As a mother, you would be trying hard every single day to get your children to drink a glass of milk, but they just do not like to drink the milk, do they? If your kids do not like to drink milk then you can add milk to their diet by using other ways. 

We can use milk to make a variety of dishes using different flavours that would be loved by children. Starting from puddings and smoothies to pasta and curries, milk can be used to make many dishes giving them a refreshing flavour. Besides a refreshing taste, these dishes are rich in protein, vitamins, and many other essential nutrients.

So one day I decided to please my children at the dining table by serving them this delicious dish. Infused with pomegranate juice and goodness of milk, the Panna Cotta Recipe Gordon Ramsay is a show-stealer. 

Ingredients

  • 250 mL full cream
  • 50g caster sugar
  • A hand full of the leaf gelatin wet in cold water and squeezed to dry 
  • 50 mL whole milk
  • Splash of rum because Gordon calls it
  • Pomegranate Glaze
  • Two tablespoons of the caster sugar
  • One cup of  Pomegranate Juice

Step By Step Cooking of Panna Cotta  Recipe Gordon Ramsay

Step 1

Heat a medium-sized pot on medium flame. Add full cream, caster sugar, and whole milk to the pot and mix it well. Get caster sugar in early so that we can prevent milk and cream from boiling too soon.

Step 2

If you like you can add in a splash of the rum. Once the mixture in the pot becomes a slight boil, turn off the flame and add gelatin. Whisk gelatin into the cream mixture by using the balloon whisk until gelatin dissolves completely into the cream mixture and you are looking for a smooth and silky texture in the pot. 

Step 3

Now it is time to prepare our Panna Cotta molds. This mold could be anything from ramekins, wine glasses, or shot glasses. Afterward, pour prepared cream in each of the molds evenly and leave some space to add glaze later. Now we will set our Panna Cotta by putting it into the fridge for about 30 minutes to 1 hour.

Step 4

Meanwhile, we will prepare our glaze by taking a large frying pan over a medium flame and will heat the pomegranate juice and caster sugar in it.

Step 5

Heat the mixture to boil until its amount reduces down to a sticky syrup consistency.

Step 6

Transfer this glaze into a measuring jug or cup and allow it to cool

Step 7

We will remove our Panna Cotta from the fridge 5 mins before serving and it should not be too firm ideally but it should be slightly bouncy which is ideal like you are having ice cream.

Step 8 

Now we will pour out pomegranate glaze over Panna Cotta carefully ensuring that you don’t overdo it.

Step 9

If your kids like you can also add some dark chocolates over it and can top it with raspberries or fresh pomegranate. 

Panna Cotta Recipe Gordon Ramsay

Panna Cotta Recipe Gordon Ramsay

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Cuisine: British

Cuisine type: Recipe

Servings: 4 person

Total time: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

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Panna Cotta Recipe Gordon Ramsay

Panna Cotta – Gordon Ramsay

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Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Course Dessert
Cuisine British
Servings 4

Ingredients
  

  • 250 mL full cream
  • 50 g caster sugar
  • A hand full of the leaf gelatin wet in cold water and squeezed to dry
  • 50 mL whole milk
  • Splash of rum because Gordon calls it
  • Pomegranate Glaze
  • 2 tbsp caster sugar
  • 1 cup Pomegranate Juice

Instructions
 

  • Heat a medium-sized pot on medium flame. Add full cream, caster sugar, and whole milk to the pot and mix it well. Get caster sugar in early so that we can prevent milk and cream from boiling too soon.
  • If you like you can add in a splash of the rum. Once the mixture in the pot becomes a slight boil, turn off the flame and add gelatin. Whisk gelatin into the cream mixture by using the balloon whisk until gelatin dissolves completely into the cream mixture and you are looking for a smooth and silky texture in the pot.
  • Now it is time to prepare our Panna Cotta molds. This mold could be anything from ramekins, wine glasses, or shot glasses. Afterward, pour prepared cream in each of the molds evenly and leave some space to add glaze later. Now we will set our Panna Cotta by putting it into the fridge for about 30 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Meanwhile, we will prepare our glaze by taking a large frying pan over a medium flame and will heat the pomegranate juice and caster sugar in it.
  • Heat the mixture to boil until its amount reduces down to a sticky syrup consistency.
  • Transfer this glaze into a measuring jug or cup and allow it to cool
  • We will remove our Panna Cotta from the fridge 5 mins before serving and it should not be too firm ideally but it should be slightly bouncy which is ideal like you are having ice cream.
  • Now we will pour out pomegranate glaze over Panna Cotta carefully ensuring that you don’t overdo it.
  • If your kids like you can also add some dark chocolates over it and can top it with raspberries or fresh pomegranate.
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