Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Cardamon, rosewater & honey panna cotta

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Cardamon, rose water and honey panna cotta

Lightly infused with cardamon, rosewater and honey, these panna cottas (cooked creams) are delicious served with fresh berries or a shortbread biscuit on the side. Cardamon and rosewater is a great combination - the fragrance and perfume from both ingredients complementing each other so well is this creamy dessert. The honey adds a subtle sweetness. 

Panna cottas are a quick and easy make ahead dessert recipe too, just a few minutes preparation time then leave in the fridge until you are ready to serve them. 

I love spending time testing and developing recipes in our kitchen here at De Tout Coeur Limousin - one of my favourite ways to spend a few hours (especially when it's raining outside). Bon appetit and I hope you enjoy. Let me know if you have any of your own panna cotta recipes to share. 


Cardamon, rosewater & honey panna cotta

recipe by Ema at De Tout Coeur Limousin

makes 6
preparation time: 10 minutes (& 3-5 hours setting time/overnight)


ingredients:
400ml creme fraiche

200ml double cream
150ml whole milk
2 1/2 sheets gelatine (5g in total) 

100g honey 
1 tbsp whole cardamon pods lightly crushed 
2 tbsp rosewater

method:

put the gelatine sheets in a bowl of cold water and leave until they become soft (about 10 minutes)

heat the cream, creme fraiche and milk with the cardamon pods/seeds and honey until just starting to simmer

remove from the heat, sieve out the cardamom and stir in the rose water 

remove the gelatine from the water, squeezing to remove any excess and whisk into the cream mixture 


leave to cool for about 25 minutes before pouring into serving dishes/ramekins

put in the fridge until set for about 3-5 hours or overnight




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5 comments:

  1. Panna Cotta is one of my favourite desserts. I love the infusions you have added. Delicious!

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  2. Oooh such a wonderfully summery desserts :) I love Panna Cotta but have never made before, I will have to give this a go :)
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  3. Ema, these look delicious and such a quick and easy recipe. It would be a lovely one to do with my daughters, especially as the eldest loves any excuse to make her fabulous shortbread. Glad I found you today via #happyandhome

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  4. What a gorgeous sounding combination of flavours, it sounds really lovely. I've only tried making pannacotta once before and sadly it didn't set properly (I suspect it's because I decided to add some alcohol into the recipe and I know that can impact how well gelatine sets). Since then I've not given it another go, but reading this has made me want to try it out again.

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