Ingredients8 h 20 m servings 514
- In a small bowl, soften gelatin in cold water; set aside. Place cream, confectioners' sugar, and vanilla bean in a saucepan. Stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a simmer. Simmer gently for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and discard the vanilla bean.
- Add gelatin and water to the hot cream mixture. Stir until gelatin dissolves. Pour into 6 lightly oiled 1/2-cup dariole molds (or other small cylindrical molds) and refrigerate overnight or at least 8 hours.
- To make the berry sauce, combine berries and sugar in a bowl. Crush berries slightly with the back of a spoon, and mix in the brandy. Let stand for an hour until it has a syrupy consistency.
- Unmold panna cottas and serve with berry sauce.
Per Serving: 514 calories; 44.2 25.9 3.4 163 47 Full nutrition
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I'll admit that I changed things here cuz I needed something with less far fat. I really appreciated the starting point, though and hope to make it as the recipe states at another point. That ...
great reciepe for bulk. I did a 200 person party and used it. Just make sure to freeze it in rubber molds if you are not serving it in a dish.
great recipe, most recipes for panna cotta use sheet gelatine and it is not so easy to find as powdered. I'm not a fan of frozen berries and fresh are not available so I served it with rhubarb a...
Wonderful recipe! Perfect consistency and not too sweet. I used half and half cream, plus a bit of vanilla and rum extract instead of infusing w vanilla bean. Also omitted the sauce. Delicious, ...
I was pleasantly surprised by how easy this was to make. It certainly tastes delicious. I am making it again tonight for guests. I infused the cream with lavender while it cooked and sliced ...
I use 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (instead of bean), 3 cups Half and Half (instead of cream), and Carmel (instead of berry sauce). Always satisfies.
Super easy. Very good. Next time I will probably reduce the fat by using half and half. I added vanilla extract because I didn't have vanilla beans. Great!