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Vanilla & Coconut Panna Cotta with Pomegranate Jelly


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Ingredients

8 portion(s)

Panna Cotta

  • 250 g white sugar
  • 350 mLs pure cream, (I use Bulla Brand)
  • 150 g full cream milk
  • 500 g coconut milk
  • 1 vanilla bean, (seeds scraped from inside)
  • 4.5 teaspoons powered gelatin

Pomegranate Jelly

  • 3 pomegranates, large, (2 for recipe, 1 for garnish)
  • 60 g Boiling water
  • 1.5 teaspoons powered gelatin
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Panna Cotta Method:
    1         Weigh 250g sugar into TM bowl and mill for 6 seconds on speed 9. Remove two teaspoons of sugar and reserve for jelly.
    2         Add in 350g pure cream, 150g full cream milk, 500g coconut milk and scraped vanilla seeds and heat for 8 minutes at 90 degrees on speed 2.
    3         Leave in TM bowl with lid on for 10 mins to allow flavours to infuse.
    4         Place a small bowl on top of the closed TM lid and weigh in 120g cold water. Remove and sprinkle over 4.5 teaspoons of powdered gelatine. Let stand 5-10 mins.
    5         Pour the milk mixture through a muslin-lined sieve and into a medium sized bowl (this is to remove most of the vanilla seeds) then rinse your TM bowl and return the milk mixture to it.
    6         Add the gelatine mixture to the TM bowl and mix for 20 seconds on Speed 6
    7         Pour into decorative glasses (measuring even quantities and leaving enough room for jelly layer) and chill for a minimum of 3 hours.
     
    Pomegranate Jelly Method:
    1         Remove the seeds from the pomegranates. This is easiest done by cutting into quarters and immersing in cold water for 10 mins, then turn the skins inside out and gently prise away the seeds – doing this under water will also minimize the occasional squirt of red juice!

    2         Add the seeds to your TM bowl and mix on reverse speed 4 for 20 seconds. Strain through a sieve into a jug and set aside. This should yield around 250g of juice – if more is required repeat the process with half the remaining pomegranate.
    3         Rinse your TM bowl and return the juice to it, adding the 2 teaspoons of sugar reserved from the panna cotta. Mix for 2 minutes on speed 3, ensuring all sugar is dissolved.
    4         Place 60g boiling water into a small bowl and add 1.5 teaspoons of powdered gelatin then stir till dissolved. Start TM mixing on speed 4 and add gelatine mixture through hole in the lid. Mix for further 20 seconds.
    5         Remove panna cotta from fridge and gently pour jelly through a fine sieve (to reduce foam) so that an equal layer sits in each serving glass. Chill for 3 hours minimum.
    6         Decorate with remaining pomegranate seeds to serve.

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  • So yummy!! Absolute 5/5 star

    Submitted by Loz24 on 25. April 2016 - 12:41.

    So yummy!! Absolute 5/5 star dish

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  • Really lovely dessert. I made

    Submitted by jw000401 on 3. April 2016 - 16:36.

    Really lovely dessert. I made it when we had guests for lunch and they loved it as well. Served it with a scoop of the chocolate gelato on the side. Yum. Will be making it again. Thank you for this recipe.

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  • Just divine... ...I was in a

    Submitted by kasquinn on 7. October 2013 - 08:04.

    Just divine... :) ...I was in a hurry and couldn't find pomegrantaes so I used the pomegrantae juice you can buy in the fruit and veg section at coles.

     

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  • Just divine... ...I was in a

    Submitted by kasquinn on 7. October 2013 - 08:04.

    Just divine... :) ...I was in a hurry and couldn't find pomegrantaes so I used the pomegrantae juice you can buy in the fruit and veg section at coles.

     

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  • You can view a great video

    Submitted by Thermomix in Australia on 19. February 2013 - 12:46.

    You can view a great video showing youhow to deseed pomegrantaes here!

    http://youtu.be/hwueEQotfHk

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  • Hi Anne-Marie.  What a

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 28. April 2012 - 09:16.

    Hi Anne-Marie.  What a beautiful recipe!  Thank you for sharing.  Here is a tip on deseeding pomegranates the Thermomix way I found on an English blogger's site:  "All you do is cut the pomegranate into wedges, place them in the mixing bowl and mix for 1 sec/Reverse/speed 4. Check to see how many seeds have been shaken loose and give it another second if necessary."

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  • I made this with mango (2)

    Submitted by hels on 2. September 2011 - 20:20.

    I made this with mango (2) using the same techniques as with the pommegranite  and it was absoloutely amazing!!!!

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  • Hi Ann Marie, This would be a

    Submitted by guest on 17. December 2010 - 02:35.

    Hi Ann Marie, 

    This would be a lovely entry in the comp…please enter it!  :D :D

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  • This looks delicous!!!! Can't

    Submitted by Bianca on 16. December 2010 - 19:58.

    This looks delicous!!!! Can't wait to try it out :bigsmile:

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