Panna cotta and jelly lorraine pascale
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Vanilla and yoghurt panna cotta with pomegranate jelly
I received a raised eyebrow in return. I returned dejected to my desk and took another look at the website. A Panna Cotta and Raspberry Jelly dessert. You could literally see the hope returning; maybe, just maybe, I could pull this one off! I was making dinner for the family that day and had set aside plenty of time to prepare dessert. I started off by covering muffin-tray with a kitchen towel and balancing the dessert glasses in each hole. I made up the raspberry jelly according to the instructions mix with hot water, then with cool and began pouring it into each glass.
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Link to the video clip to see how to set your panna cotta on a slant. Equipment Vanilla and yoghurt panna cotta with pomegranate jelly By Lorraine Pascale.
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I love the contrast of the white and the red my favourite colour in this recipe. But after you have tried this recipe once, if you fancy it, mix up the fruit the next time using mango or even blackberries for a different flavour. Link to the video clip to see how to set your panna cotta on a slant. Shopping list. For the panna cotta, put the gelatine in a bowl of cold water and leave to soak for five minutes. Place the double cream, milk, sugar and vanilla seeds into a small pan and heat though gently, just enough for the sugar to dissolve, stirring from time to time. Meanwhile, put the yoghurt in a large jug, stirring to loosen it up and set aside.