We gathered all of the ingredients and equipment ready to start.
Taking each step at a time, the dessert was made - here's what we did....
|SCJ poured the contents of the bag into a pan.|
|The milk and then the cream were also added to the pan.,|
|Making sure the milk/cream mix was whisked whilst it was brought up to simmer.|
|The heated milk/cream mix was ladled into ramekins (we used 8 small ones)|
|Having filled the ramekins, we put them on a tray to cool slightly before chilling fuly in the fridge for 3 hours.|
To accompany the Panna Cotta, we decided to make some 'coulis'... and, having been impressed with the range of frozen fruits on sale in Sainsbury's, Sous Chef J chose a 'smoothie mix' of strawberries and bananas to make ours (he's saving the mango for another day/dish).
As usual, we didn't want to make anything complicated. Taking a handful of the frozen fruit mix (actually, SCJ only chose to use the strawberries) we left them to defrost as the panna cotta was cooling in the fridge.
The strawberries were put it in a dish, with a squirt of rice syrup, and pushed through a small seive (we were only making a small amount - suggest using a hand blender if you're making more)
The finished 'coulis' was looking good.
Turning out the panna cottas, Sous Chef J was delighted to find they had a very satisfying 'wobble' so we topped them with the strawberry coulis ready to serve.
The Panna Cotta desserts were very tasty and Sous Chef J is happy to think he can make them again another day... and is already thinking he'd like to make "one big one". Another successful make it yourself trial.
Disclosure - we were sent a pack of Panna Cotta mix by Sainsbury's. We did not have to write a positive blog post. All opinions are our own.