I’ve been wanting to make this strawberry panna cotta for a long time but every time other recipes came first and took its’ place. I guess I postponed this recipe for so long because I am not very used to work with gelatin and was a little afraid of a failure.
Anyway, I have finally decided to try it out and I was very surprised of how quickly and easy is to make panna cotta. It is very important not to boil the milk mixture, it is enough just to warm it to let the sugar and gelatin dissolve. I love the fact that you can make it a day before serving or even few days in advance.
I consider this dessert perfect for summer days, it’s elegant, and refreshing and you can always change the fruit sauce, from strawberries to other berries, cherries, peaches or apricots. I will always consider this dessert when I will have guests invited for dinner especially because you can make it from the beginning in individual servings.
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Elegant, and refreshing strawberry panna cotta, perfect for summer days. You can replace strawberries with other berries, cherries, peaches or apricots.
- 7 fl oz (200ml) milk
- 7 oz (200g) whipping cream
- 1/2 tbsp (5g) gelatin powder
- 1/4 cup (50g) sugar
- 1 tsp (5g) vanilla extract
- 1 pound (500g )fresh strawberries
- 2 tbsp (30ml )water
- 1/3 cup (70g )sugar
- Dissolve gelatin in 2 tbsp cold water and let it swell for about 5 to 10 minutes.
- In a medium saucepan bring the cream, milk and sugar to a simmer over medium-low heat (Do not boil). When sugar has dissolved remove from heat and add vanilla extract. Let cool for 5 minutes before adding the gelatin.
- Add gelatin in the milk mixture and stir until the gelatin has completely dissolved. Pour it in the serving glasses (I've used 5 oz – 150 ml capacity glasses) or ramekins and refrigerate until it sets, for about 4 hrs or better overnight.
- To prepare the sauce wash the strawberries, drain well and remove leaves. Cut strawberries in quarters. In a small saucepan put the strawberries, sugar and water. Bring to a simmer and remove from heat immediately.
- Pour into the bowl of a blender or food processor and blend the mixture to make a smooth sauce. Pass through a strainer to remove the seeds out of the sauce. Cover and let it cool to room temperature then refrigerate until ready to serve.
- Before serving pour the strawberry sauce over the panna cotta and serve.
Serving: 1gCalories: 302kcalCarbohydrates: 34.8gProtein: 4.4gFat: 16.9gSaturated Fat: 10.5gCholesterol: 60mgSugar: 31.5g
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What lovely pictures! I have been wanting to try making panna cotta as well. This one looks fabulous!
Made this the other night for hubby. Strawberries are out of season here so I used raspberries instead. Absolutely delish!! Thanks for sharing such a great easy recipe. Any other fruit topping recommendations?
I am happy you liked the recipe. As for the topping I think there are a lot of other choices, raspberries as you used, blueberries, cherries, peaches, apricots, plums that can be made exactly as the strawberry sauce. I've seen that other used mango or passion fruit. This is a matter of preferences.
I haven’t tried making panna cotta and this recipe caught my attention – so pretty!! I didn’t know it’s so easy and quick to make this. I love this recipe!
This is cool I like this Idea I haven’t been able to do this recipe just yet but I really want to it looks great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hope you will try it out.. It' really delicious and elegant. Everybody will love it as well.
May i know whether i should use low fat milk or full cream milk for the best results?
I used whole milk (3.5 % fat) but I think it will work with low fat (1.8% fat) too.
I’ve just tried this and my Panna Cotta split while chilling, any ideas why this would happen?
Hmm. never happened to me, but hope you didn't get milk and cream to a boil, and didn't add the gelatin while they were still over heat.
Super vibrant and yummy Panna Cotta! loved it! 🙂
Can I add gelatine to the strawberry puree? So it will also set.
yes you can, just that you will have to wait for the panna cotta to set so you can add the strawberry layer.
Olá, sou sua fã adoro os pratos feitos por si, parabéns.
Gostaria que pudesse traduzir esta receita para português.
Obrigada, continuação de um sucesso.
Você pode mudar a linguagem para cada receita. Obrigado:) https://www.homecookingadventure.com/strawberry-panna-cotta
could I make a mango sauce instead of the strawberry sauce? If yes, do I process the mangoes the same as the strawberries?
Thanks in advance!
Sure.. you don't necessarily need to cook the mango.. I would just use a blender to make it puree
Hi, how do you tilt the ramekins? That’s an awesome idea!
Did you see the video? it shows how I did it.. easy but with a great effect indeed
Looks so pretty! Where did you get the glasses?
Hey, what can I do to unmold the pana cotta?
Hi there, very nice recipe! We are hosting a summer party next week and I was wondering if theres any substitute for gelatin? My partner is vegetarian so can’t use gelatin and would love to make this! I need some idea. Thank you
This panna cotta tastes so good and is perfectly wobbly! I made a different sauce but this will be my go to panna cotta recipe from now on!
I’ve tried it and it came out fantastic. We loved it. I done a little adjustment the second time, I add a layer of crumbled biscuits at the bottom since i used flat glasses and the strawberries i added gelatin to it and it came superb. Thanks
Can this dessert be made ahead of time and frozen????
Yes, it can be frozen.
what a lovely, silky version of panna cotta. the berries make the composition beautiful – and delicious too, I’m sure. Last time I made panna cotta, it didn’t gel very well. I’ll try this recipe next time for sure.
Hi can I add heavy cream instead of whipping cream???