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Pretty in Pink Panna Cotta

Pretty in Pink Panna Cotta created by ChefLee

Playing with a basic recipe for panna cotta, I wanted to make it pink for Valentine's Day. I added raspberries to give a hint of fruit flavor and the raspberries die the dessert pink! If you would like it even more pink, you may add a drop of red food coloring to the mix. This recipe makes 3 teacup size molds or servings. Cooking time is chill time. Hope you enjoy!

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  • NOTE: You will need a small sieve or strainer.
  • Mix together the yogurt and the buttermilk in a medium bowl.
  • To create the gelatine, put the cold water into a small bowl and sprinkle the gelatine over it. Let that sit for 5 minutes, then put it in the microwave on regular power for 30 seconds.
  • In another little bowl; mix together the sugar and the vanilla bean paste.
  • Using your sieve, mash the 1 TBSP raspberries into the sugar-vanilla bowl to create a puree and keep the seeds out. Mash very hard until all of the raspberries are pureed then scrape the bottom of your sieve of any remaining puree.
  • Mix vanilla sugar and raspberry puree together well then pour in (little by little so it is tempered) your gelatine into the mix. Stir to blend.
  • Pour the raspberry mix into the yogurt mix and stir well. Pour the mix into little molds or teacups for a cute presentation.
  • Chill the dishes in the fridge for at least 3 hours or overnight.
  • Serve in cute dishes or you may unmold them by dipping the dishes into hot water for 1 second then invert onto a serving plate.
  • Garnish with the rest of the raspberries.
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"Playing with a basic recipe for panna cotta, I wanted to make it pink for Valentine's Day. I added raspberries to give a hint of fruit flavor and the raspberries die the dessert pink! If you would like it even more pink, you may add a drop of red food coloring to the mix. This recipe makes 3 teacup size molds or servings. Cooking time is chill time. Hope you enjoy!"
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  1. Julie421511
    I also made this for Valentine's day dessert :) It was pretty good, but it never fully set. I also thought it tasted a bit 'yogurty'. It was nice & healthy which I appreciate, but I'm not sure if I'll make this again. It really tasted like plain yogurt mixed with berries. Thanks for posting!
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  2. ChefLee
    Pretty in Pink Panna Cotta Created by ChefLee
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    Pretty in Pink Panna Cotta Created by ChefLee
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  5. ChefLee
    Playing with a basic recipe for panna cotta, I wanted to make it pink for Valentine's Day. I added raspberries to give a hint of fruit flavor and the raspberries die the dessert pink! If you would like it even more pink, you may add a drop of red food coloring to the mix. This recipe makes 3 teacup size molds or servings. Cooking time is chill time. Hope you enjoy!
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