Vanilla Pannacotta, Champagne Rhubarb Jelly
- For the panna cotta, soak the gelatine in a little cold water to soften them.
- Place the milk, cream, sugar, and vanilla seeds in a pot and bring to the boil.
- Squeeze the water out of the gelatine leaves and whisk them into the hot milk and give it a stir until dissolved.
- Allow to cool slightly and pour evenly into 4 glasses. Place in the refrigerator to set (approx. 1 hour)
- To make the jelly, place the rhubarb, grenadine, water and sugar in a pot and simmer gently (without stirring) until the rhubarb is cooked (approx. 10minutes) but not mushy! Strain the rhubarb while keeping the rhubarb intact for decoration later.
- Soak the gelatine in a little cold water until softened. Add the gelatine into the rhubarb syrup and stir until dissolved. Allow to cool for 1 hour.
- When the panna cotta has set, pour the rhubarb jelly on the top of the 4 glasses equally. Allow to set again for 2-3 hours.
- Decorate the panna cotta with the cooked rhubarb and serve with some buttery shortbread cookies, yum! 😉
- 4 gelatine leaves (any supermarket brand)
- 330ml milk
- 330ml cream
- 35g caster sugar
- 1 vanilla pod split lengthways and seeds scraped out.
For the jelly....
- 4 leaves gelatine (any supermarket brand)
- 400g rhubarb cut into 3” lengths.
- 30ml grenadine
- 60ml water
- 140g caster sugar
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