Panna Cotta Recipe | Italian Pudding Recipe | The Bombay Chef – Varun Inamdar

Panna Cotta Recipe | Italian Pudding Recipe  | The Bombay Chef – Varun Inamdar

Learn how to make Panna Cotta at home with chef Varun Inamdar only on Get Curried.

Panna Cotta is an easy to make and delicious pudding from the land of Italy. So watch and learn how to make Panna Cotta at home only on Get Curried.

1 tbsp unflavored gelatin
2 tbsp cold water
2 cups cooking cream
1/3 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract/ 2 vanilla beans
Kiwi or (Any fruit of your choice)
Mint leaves

-In a bowl put some water and gelatin and let the gelatin bloom for 3-4 minutes.
-Heat the cream on moderate flame.
-Put vanilla seeds and pods into the mixture.
-Stir well and add sugar and mix it all.
-Add the bloomed gelatin.
– Turn off the flame and let the mixture come to room temperature
– Discard the vanilla pods
– Pour it into a glass
– Refrigerate it for an hour
– Garnish it with kiwi cubes,pearls of pomegranate and mint leaves
-Panna Cotta is ready to be served

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Host : Varun Inamdar
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