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Panna cotta in a cup
with Pristine Hulalà Sugar Free
Professional pastry chef at the “Marlà” pastry shop in Milan
- Pristine Hulalà Sugar free g 375
- Milk g 125
- Sugar g 90
- Vanilla pod 1
- Gelatin g 6
- Water g 30
- Pristine Hulalà Sugar Free g 125
- Dark chocolate q.b.
- Panna cotta
Heat the Hulalà Sugar Free, milk, sugar and vanilla pod in a pan. When it has started to boil, strain and add the dissolved gelatin. Lower the temperature to 20°C and add the rest of the semi-whipped Hulalà Sugar Free.
- Chocolate cup
Temper the dark chocolate and coat the inside of jar-shaped mould. Allow the jar to set.
Pour into the chocolate jar the panna cotta, blast chill and finally decorate with raspberries and blueberries.
Trivia and tips
Panna cotta is one of the most famous puddings in the world. It is a traditional dessert from the Piedmont region, dating back to the start of the 1900s. In Northern Europe, recipe books date it even further back to the Middle Ages. In the UK, in France, in Greece and in Denmark there are similar desserts, such as blancmange, blanc-manger, the Danish "moos hwit" and in Hungary "krémes", a kind of panna cotta encased betweentwo puff pastry crusts. Hulalà Sugar Free cream's plus point is its delicate flavour, not to mention the fact that it can be customised by adding up to 20% sugar.