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How to make panna cotta in 10 minutes: just melts in your mouth

Kateryna YagovychFood
The quickest recipe for a panna cotta

Panna cotta is a popular dessert served in many restaurants around the world. The dish has a delicate creamy texture, and a variety of fruits or berries are usually added for a bright taste. At home, you can make this delicious dish in just 10 minutes. Frozen cherries are perfect for this recipe.

The idea of making panna cotta with cherries was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Yana.

How to make panna cotta in 10 minutes: just melts in your mouth

Ingredients:

  • 300 ml of 30-33% cream
  • 100 ml of milk
  • 50 g of sugar, a vanilla stick
  • 8-10 g of gelatin and 3-4 tbsp of water to dissolve it
  • sabayon sauce: frozen cherries - 400 g, 40 g of sugar and 1 tbsp of cornstarch

Method of preparation:

How to make panna cotta in 10 minutes: just melts in your mouth

1. Add cream, milk, sugar, and vanilla stick (cut it lengthwise and scrape out the seeds) to a saucepan and bring almost to a boil.

2. Remove from the heat.

How to make panna cotta in 10 minutes: just melts in your mouth

3. Dilute gelatin according to the instruction and add to the mixture. Stir and strain.

4. Pour into molds. Put in the cold for 2-3 hours.

How to make panna cotta in 10 minutes: just melts in your mouth

5. Prepare the sabayon sauce: mix juice from the cherries with sugar, bring to a boil, add starch (diluted in 3 tbsp of cold water) and put everything on the fire until it begins to thicken. Then add cherries and boil everything together for 2 minutes.

How to make panna cotta in 10 minutes: just melts in your mouth

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