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White Chocolate Panna Cotta - Nico Moretti


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Ingredients

Panna Cotta

  • 100 g milk
  • 2 tsp vanilla essence
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Bean Paste
  • 300 g whipping cream, (2 x 150g)
  • 150 g white chocolate, chopped or buttons
  • 2 gelatine leaves
  • 30 g icing sugar
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. Place milk, vanilla essence, vanilla paste and 150g whipping cream into the mixing bowl and cook for 8 min/80C/speed 3.

  2. Add white chocolate and cook for 2 min/80C/speed 3 or until dissolved.

  3. Soak the gelatine leaves in cold water for 3 minutes, then drain.

    Add the soaked leaves into the cream and chocolate mixture and mix 20 sec/speed 5 until dissolved.

    Remove, set aside and place in refrigerator to cool - stirring occaisonally until mixture is starting to set (should coat the back of an inserted spoon).

    This process may take 3 - 4 hours.

  4. Place sugar into mixing bowl and mill 20 sec/speed 8.

    Insert Butterfly, add remaining cream (150g) and whip for 20 sec/speed 4 or until holding stiff peaks (do not over whip).

  5. Pour cooled chocolate mixture into the whipped cream and mix 20 sec/speed 3 until combined, scraping down sides if necessary.

    Divide into 6 serving moulds that have been lightly coated with vegetable oil.

  6. Cover and chill for 24 hours.

    Serve with Berry Coulis from Everyday Cookbook

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Tip

If you are not confident removing the panna cotta from individual moulds then divide mixture into 6 stemware glasses and serve directly out of them instead.

 

This recipe was taken directly out of Nico Moretti's Thermomix Cookbook 'Entertaining with Nico' available through your Consultant or from our online store.


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  • This was truly Devine!

    Submitted by meandmythermie on 15. April 2017 - 08:46.

    This was truly Devine!

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  • Loved by all!

    Submitted by meandmythermie on 11. April 2017 - 20:39.

    Loved by all!

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  • very nice

    Submitted by Darrell63 on 24. December 2016 - 07:02.

    very nice

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  • Panna cotta didn't turn out

    Submitted by Bel-1981 on 11. January 2016 - 23:24.

    Panna cotta didn't turn out as I expected. When turned up didn't hold their shape. I followed the recipe exactly, Had 30+ hours in fridge to set. Even went out and bought gelatine leaves, I normally only use powder for recipes.

    Tasted nice. Would make again but only serve in glasses.

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  • Ohh my golly. My face was

    Submitted by Luffingham St Kitchen on 3. January 2016 - 01:01.

    Ohh my golly. My face was planted in the bowl to lick it clean....we'll almost, but it is certainly delish. I saw that it would take 3- 4 hours at step 3. I actually got a surprise when I checked in at 90 mins and was already set, so had to rewhip  up to loosen.

    What a simple dessert! So tomorrow I will be at the table with the conversation not out in the kitchen preparing the next course. So happy to have discovered this recipe. Ohh and I omitted the icing sugar as it was already sweet enough for my taste.

    Thanks Nikko, another winner.

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  • Really delicious! I served

    Submitted by eleda on 26. December 2015 - 21:34.

    Really delicious! I served them in small bowls so didn't have to worry about getting them out of moulds. I doubled the recipe in my TM5 and put in a tablespoon of gelatine powder at the melting chocolate stage. Made a dark chocolate ganache to set on top then served with fresh berries on top. Yum! 

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  • Apparently it is 1 (0.25

    Submitted by King Ferret on 24. December 2015 - 10:26.

    Apparently it is 1 (0.25 oz.) envelope granulated gelatin = 1 tablespoon powdered gelatin = 3 sheets leaf gelatin.Apr 30, 2014

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  • This recipe was absolutely

    Submitted by Nell_dale on 5. November 2015 - 10:22.

    This recipe was absolutely delicious! Will definitely be making this again! 

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  • Excellent recipe. I set them

    Submitted by Lovestobake on 24. January 2015 - 12:24.

    Excellent recipe. I set them in disposable "wine glasses" to bring to a friend's house and placed raspberry couli on top. Looks great.

     

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  • Very yummy and easy to make

    Submitted by KMcIntyre on 16. January 2015 - 14:14.

    Very yummy and easy to make if your organised for the 24 hour set time. Will definetly make them again! 

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  • Made exactly per the recipe

    Submitted by ssjenkins on 19. June 2014 - 16:56.

    Made exactly per the recipe except used 2 metric (5ml) teaspoons of gelatine powder, which I added during the chocolate melting stage, worked a treat.  Enjoy...

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  • I just did a bit of a Google

    Submitted by Thermo Bel-lissimo on 22. October 2013 - 20:19.

    I just did a bit of a Google search to find out how much gelatine powder to use instead of the sheet and found that 1tsp is equal to one sheet. I've not tried it yet but will be  :)

    Thermo Bel-lissimo - Northern NSW Consultant

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  • Worked out beautifully!!! I

    Submitted by harvestperth@hotmail.com on 16. July 2013 - 17:40.

    Worked out beautifully!!! I am so happy I found a pannacotta recipe that works so well and is so delicious. I am super excited to try this out with different flavours!!! :love: :bigsmile:

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    Submitted by lovethethermo on 23. July 2012 - 22:32.

    :bigsmile:

     

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    Submitted by lovethethermo on 23. July 2012 - 22:32.

    :bigsmile:

     

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    Submitted by lovethethermo on 23. July 2012 - 22:31.

    :bigsmile:

     

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  • :)  I have made this twice

    Submitted by TJ the Photographer on 1. March 2012 - 21:53.

    :)  I have made this twice now, once for Christmas and once for a dinner party.  I used one less gelatin sheet as I didn't need to unmould mine... very good recipe, fantastic with Rasberry Coulis

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  • This photograph is

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 26. January 2012 - 04:47.

    This photograph is beautiful.  Congratulations to both cook and photographer.


    BTW, Grace Mazur told us at a meeting last week that she loves this recipe.

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  • Very tasty - worked out well.

    Submitted by Mimi77 on 21. December 2011 - 16:48.

    Very tasty - worked out well.

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  • Has anyone made this recipe

    Submitted by rlaute on 18. December 2011 - 15:51.

    Has anyone made this recipe using powdered gelatine. I haven't been able to purchase sheet gelatine anywhere.

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  • Love this recipe - amazing

    Submitted by BlushingWillow on 13. October 2011 - 13:57.

    Love this recipe - amazing for dinner parties :bigsmile:

    Love cooking, craft and handmade creations...

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