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Mango panna cotta: the recipe for an exotic and delicious dessert

Mango panna cotta: the recipe for an exotic and delicious dessert

There Mango panna cotta it’s a spoon dessert simple ed exoticideal to serve cold as a delicious end to a meal or to enjoy at snack. It is a fresher version of the traditional panna cotta or the more classic chocolate or coffee variants. To make it you will only need blended mango pulp, cream, milk, sugar, jelly, waterfall and vanilla extract: the end result will be a delicious pudding and dal slightly acidic flavour. What makes the preparation special is the presentation glasses, so as to show the mango and cream parts; she is therefore also beautiful to look at, as well as delicious to taste. After resting in the fridge, the panna cotta will be ready to serve with mango cubes, candied cherry And mint. Here’s how to prepare it in a few steps.

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How to prepare mango panna cotta

Dissolve 6 g of gelatin in the water and set aside for 10 minutes 1.

Pour the milk into the saucepan, add the whipping cream, vanilla essence, sugar and heat without bringing to the boil 2.

Take a little milk and add it to the gelatin, then pour it into the mixture with the milk 3 and stir to combine the ingredients.

Tilt the glasses at about 45 degrees and pour the cream to obtain the first layer 4. Transfer to the fridge for 4 hours.

Obtain the mango pulp and blend it with an immersion blender 5.

Strain the puree into a bowl 6.

Meanwhile, in a small bowl, dissolve the gelatine in the hot water 7 and set aside for 10 minutes.

Add the icing sugar to the mango puree and mix, then incorporate the gelatine 8.

Pour the mango mixture into the glass 9 and leave in the fridge for another 4 hours.

Decorate the panna cotta with the mango cubes, mint and candied cherry 10.


You can store the mango panna cotta in the refrigerator for 2-3 days well covered with cling film.

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