Truly Italian & Gorgeous Neapolitan Panna Cotta

After the basic low – cal Vanilla Panna cotta let’s extend it to have Neapolitan taste and look!

The term Neapolitan too comes from Italy. It is a combination flavor of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry side by side!

When you have no time to make a fancy dessert, yet impress your guests, this recipe can come to the rescue!

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Neapolitan Panna Cotta

You will need

  • 3 cups Skimmed Milk
  • 6 tbsp. sugar ,adjust as per taste
  • 1 1/2 tsp. agar agar powder
  • 1 tsp Vanilla essence
  • 1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp Strawberry essence
  • Pink gel colorant (optional)

Keep them handy
Molds
Pan and Wooden spoon

Let’s start

  • In a clean ,dry bowl mix the milk(or milk and cream) with the agar powder well. Let the mix rest for 15 minutes for the agar powder to bloom.
  • Divide this mix in 3 equal portions
  • In the first portion add sugar and vanilla essence. Boil it gently in a pan and then simmer for few seconds. Pour the mix in all the molds equally. The mix will set at room temperature in 30 minutes.
  • In the second portion add sugar, strawberry essence and pink colorant. Boil it gently in a pan and then simmer for few seconds. Pour the mix over the vanilla layer in all the molds equally. The mix will set at room temperature in 30 minutes
  • In the third portion add sugar, cocoa powder and chocolate extract. Boil it gently in a pan and then simmer for few seconds. Pour the mix over the strawberry layer in all the molds equally. The mix will set at room temperature in 30 minutes
  • Chill for at least 4 hours before serving. Once set and chilled, unmold the Panna Cottas

Makes about 9 servings

 

Enjoy!

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