Ooh la la, there is nothing like a bite of really good panna cotta. It’s a dreamy, luscious and creamy dessert that is very easy to recreate at home. So, let’s get jiggy with it.
I love panna cotta. Just like the crackle of a good creme brûlée, a good panna cotta must possess the dance of the panna cotta. That means, when you jiggle your plate from side to side, this delicate dessert wobbles beautifully on the plate. So, getting the right calibration between the gelatine and dairy is key for it to set and still wobbly. The addition of matcha green tea gives a subtle tea-like pungency to this beautiful dessert.
This is an extremely fool proof recipe. To go with this dessert, I’ve made a simple chocolate soil which adds a bit of crunch and texture. Go ahead and give it a try – it surely makes the most impressive dinner-party finale.Print
Josephine is a Melbourne-based food blogger with a passion for food and photography. She loves to cook recipes that remind her of her childhood and ignite the classic flavours she has loved from her home in Malaysia. Follow her journey through her blog, Burp! Appetit where she explores and experiment with home-style cooking from Malaysia, Asia and rest of the world.