Pastel Panna Cotta in our Pebble Bowl Small
We’re drooling over this simple yet delicate dessert. A blast from the past, this Panna Cotta is perfect served on a collection of small Pebble Bowls. Delicious naked or topped with seasonal berries.
Recipe by Ruby Humberstone
2.5 liquid pints cream
13.5 fluid ounces full cream milk
1 vanilla pod (split lengthways)
7.8 ounces castor sugar
5 sheets gelatine – platinum
2 fluid ounces brandy or amaretto
Heat milk, cream, sugar, brandy and vanilla bean in a medium saucepan.
Bring cream mixture to the boil and quickly remove from heat.
Soak gelatine in cold water until softened. Drain.
Add gelatine to the hot cream mixture and stir well until combined.
Strain mixture using a fine sieve. Leave to cool, stirring occasionally.
Once cool, pour into small plastic/silicone moulds and set overnight in the fridge.
When you’re ready to serve up, heat the moulds in a bowl of hot water for a few seconds until the edges of your Panna Cotta start to melt. Run a knife around the edges to loosen.
Serve on a Mud Australia Pebble Bowl Small.