Panna Cotta is an Italian dessert made by simmering cream, milk and sugar, then allowing it to set. Recipes then flavour it with berries, chocolate or similar.
This is a delightfully smooth and creamy panna cotta, served with a rhubarb and strawberry compote, which is lower in fat than the traditional version.
This creamy white chocolate panna cotta topped with stewed strawberries is a delicious make-ahead dessert. It's also gluten-free, egg-free and nut-free!
This silky smooth panna cotta combined with sweet and sticky peaches is a match made in heaven!
Ube is purple yam, a popular sweet treat in the Philippines that's made into jam, cookies and other sweet treats. Here I've taken ube and made a delicate panna cotta that not only tastes divine, but is shockingly gorgeous thanks to its natural purple hue!
Here is my version of a savoury panna cotta shown above served with fondant potatoes, green beans and a swipe of mustard sauce.
Simple panna cotta but with the tangy taste of buttermilk. Make the panna cotta the night before you serve it.
A lovely creamy dessert that is particularly fine when paired with a fruit salad. You can experiment with different liqueurs too.
This is just so easy (I'm a bloke). No milk used. And it's wobbly. I put Caramel sauce in the bottom of the ramekin, then the Panna Cotta. Even though it has been in the fridge, when you turn it upside down to get your desert out, the caramel flows down the sides like lava.
This is like a Thai version of panna cotta, based on coconut milk and flavoured with pandan leaf. Exotic and delicious!