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    Sunday, August 18, 2013

    Panna Cotta Filipino Style


    Everytime I cook or prepare something for my blog, I always see to it that I will do it in a very simple way, like this panna cotta. This is an Italian dessert but I made this to suit the taste of my Filipino friends, so I made a twist to make this a Filipino version. The original recipe uses heavy cream which is not common in the Philippines, the common at the Philippine market is the all purpose cream. I used all purpose cream and i remove the sugar from the original and replaced it with condensed milk to at least match the heavy cream, the result is still yummy and fine.

    Ingredients:
    1 cup Nestle Cream
    1 cup  fresh milk
    1 cup condensed milk
    5 sheets gelatine
    1 tablespoon strawberry flavor ( liquid)

    For garnishing:
    Strawberry syrup
    fresh strawberries
    Gelatine sheets
    Procedure:
    1. Combine the Nestle cream, condensed milk and fresh milk and strawberry flavor, mix well until all the lumps disappear then cook over medium heat, let simmer for few minutes.
    2. Add the gelatine sheets then simmer until fully dissolved. Let cool and divide into the molds that you are going to use. Refrigerate to set.

    3. After few hours, remove from the molds then garnish with berries and syrup then serve.

    More syrup for the kids
    Note: If you will use unflavored gelatine powder just mix it with fresh milk then bring to a boil, stir for 2 minutes while boiling,  let cool before adding the cream and condensed milk then just follow the rest of the procedure.

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    20 comments:

    1. This is so cute :)! I looks so creamy too!

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    2. This is my first time in your blog, but one thing for sure i ill try your recipes. thank you so much for sharing!.

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    3. hi. how many serving can you make with this?

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    4. This one is enough for 4 servings

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    5. This one is enough for 4 servings

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    6. hi po..kung gelatin bar po gagamitin pano po procedure?ilang cups po ng water sa 2bars ng gelatin?thanks po...

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      1. 2 bars is too much for this recipe, kapiranggot lang po na gelatine sa recipe na ito, di ko pa po nasubukan ang bar but maybe an inch of it is enough. use it the same procedure with the powder.

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    7. hello po!.. ilng table spoon ng powdered gelatine ang kailngan..at saka anu po yung gelatine flavor? yun po ba yung strwberry flavor? godbless and thank you po for the recipe

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      1. 2 tablespoons gelatine powder, saan po ang gelatine flavor? wala naman pong nabanggit,

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      2. dun po sa procedure 1, thanks po

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      3. sorry its my fault ang ibig kong sabihin ay strawberry flavor :( sorry, it has been corrected.

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    8. What is nestles cream?

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    9. I think you have a lot of love in your heart to create a dish like this one... I want my niece and my family to have this nutritious and delicious salad on Saturday that's why I'm planning to order the ingredients online at goods.ph with their good quality service... I'm looking forward on this one on weekends :)

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    10. I think you have a lot of love in your heart to create a dish like this one... I want my niece and my family to have this nutritious and delicious salad on Saturday that's why I'm planning to order the ingredients online at goods.ph with their good quality service... I'm looking forward on this one on weekends :)

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    11. Thanks a lot!! This will help me pass my tesda assesment for western cuisine nc2 as my cold dessert

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    Item Reviewed: Panna Cotta Filipino Style Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Melys Kitchen
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