Prep 10 mins
Cook 6 hrs
In response to a request. This recipe is from a William-Sonoma cookbook.
Make and share this Panna Cotta recipe from Food.com.
- Grease 6-6oz ramekins and place on baking sheet.
- Pour 1/3 of the milk in pan and sprinkle in the gelatin.
- Let sit until gelatin softens and swells, about 3 min.
- Add the remaining milk and sugar and place over medium heat.
- Cook, stirring constantly, until sugar and gelatin dissolves.
- Do not boil.
- Remove from heat and gently stir in cream and vanilla until blended.
- Divide mixture into ramekins.
- Cover and refrigerate for at least 6 hours or up to overnite.
- Carefully remove custards and serve with topping.
- For topping.
- In a food processor combine raspberries and sugar.
- Pulse until berries are pureed.
- Then press the puree thru a sieve to extract the juice.
- Stir in lemon juice and add more sugar if needed.
- Pour over custards and garnish with raspberries or sliced strawberries.
Too much Gelatin! I made this recipe for a reunion of exchange students to Italy and had to throw it all away. There was no way I could serve it to anyone who has had real panna cotta. While making this recipe, I thought 4 tsp of gelatin in 3 cups of liquid was WAY too much. I was right. It turned out like super-stiff jell-o. If you are looking for a smooth, creamy panna cotta, this is not the one
I can't believe I forgot to rate this. I first made this recipe for the 4th of July party that we had. It was so refreshing and just an overall great simple dessert. I really enjoyed the flavor. It is a keeper in our house.
I have made this recipe before, but using 3 cups of whipping cream instead. It is fast, easy, and the texture is ike velvet! I served mine with seasonal fruits. Using a vanilla bean is an option for a more "intense" flavour