- 200 grams Milk
- 300 grams thickened cream
- 1 vanilla bean
- 1 1/2 teaspoons powdered gelatine
- 50 grams dextrose
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1. Pour milk into a bowl and sprinkle with gelatine.
2. Split vanilla bean and scrape out seeds. Place cream, dextrose, bean and seeds into TM bowl. Cook 9 min/100 degrees/speed 2.
3. Add gelatine and milk to cream mixture. Cook 1 min/100 degrees/speed 1
4. Strain mixture into a jug and allow to cool a bit then whisk together if separated and put in fridge for about 15 mins.
5. Give mixture a final stir to make sure vanilla seeds are distributed evenly, then pour into moulds using a strainer and place in the fridge for at least 3 hours.
6. To get Pannacotta out of moulds, half fill a heat proof bowl (thermo server works well) with hot water. Place 1 mould at a time in the water for about 5 seconds. Then tip upside down on a plate, push down on base of mould and jiggle. If it does come out 1st time put back in hot water for a few seconds then try again.
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This is a very subtle flavoured Pannacotta so is easily overwhelmed if served with something too sweet. Berries work well.
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