Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Pomegranate Panna cotta



Panna Cotta...Need I say anything about this silky smooth dessert...Spoon full of creaminess..As everyone knows panna cotta comes from Italy and  means cooked cream...Usually the agent used for setting it is Gelatin...But I like to stay away from it....but when I saw this here with agar agar tried it, tested it, tasted it and fell in love with it......Don't believe me...Try it...:)




Method of Preparation:
1. Combine all the ingredients in a saucepan and bring to simmer, stir it in between.Do not boil it.
Let cool for 5 min
2. Rinse four  bowls under cold water,do not dry and distribute the panna cotta mixture evenly among them.
3. Keep refrigerated until firm, about 3 hrs or overnight.





Pomegranate Sauce:
1. Blend the pomegranate seeds to extract juice or use ready made pom juice.
2. Heat the pom juice with sugar on low flame.
3. Add the corn starch mixed with water to thicken the pom juice.
4. Once little thick turn off the heat and allow to cool.
5. Now pour/drizzle this on top of the panna cotta and serve.




Notes:
1. I have used some pom seeds and few cashew bits on top of sauce. Add according to your wish..It just adds to the taste..

46 comments:

  1. Looks so cool, I love your photos, the recipe looks so simple.

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  2. I think I will try this maybe with mango - since the recipe has agar agar and not gelatine. The pics are amazing.

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  3. beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lovely pic.....awesome dessert.

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  4. Wow, that looks so tempting and lovely.

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  5. looks fabulous..beautiful presentation dear!
    Spicy-Aroma

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  6. colourful and yummy dessert...will try this..

    Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen

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  7. very beautiful snaps.. and lovely dessert..
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  8. very delicious looking pom panna cotta...perfectly done n neatly presented!!

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  9. Whenever I make pannacotta I think of making pom sauce,but never got around to do it :) This looks wonderful

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  10. wow....gorgeous clicks dear....looks wonderful n beautiful presentation !!!

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  11. This sounds very yum and nicely clicked too

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  12. wow loved those glasses !! great presentation dear !! looks so refreshing and nice one !!

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  13. Nice clicks n eye pleasing dessert!

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  14. WOW speechless at the pictures, looks absolutely divine.

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  15. Wow Looks great!
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  16. Wowwwwwww.. looks super delicious and perfect.. love the presentation too.. gr8 job dear !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  17. Lovely colorful treat.Pomegranates are coming into the markets now.

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  18. wow, this looks awesome, amazing clicks, definitely tempting :)

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  19. നന്നായിട്ടുണ്ട്...... ബ്ലോഗില്‍ പുതിയ പോസ്റ്റ്‌...... ഹീറോ- പ്രിത്വിരജിന്റെ പുതിയ മുഖം...... വായിക്കണേ......

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  20. this is soooooooooo beautiful!!!love the way you've set the individual glasses.....really nice.

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  21. Beautiful and fabulous clicks dear..Perfect.

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  22. Wow delightful dessert..looks superb,nice clicks dear..

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  23. Wow what a delectable dessert.

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  24. Wow!!!so beautiful and delicious...loved the recipe and the awesome clicks..superb.

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  25. Wow seriously wat an elegant and mindblowing pannacotta.

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  26. This is hi-fashion in desserts. I love how you have presented it, classic, elegant, mysterious. I'd love to try this at home.

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  27. awesum pics as always....how u take these pics i mean which cam do you use n at wt time prefers nwhich place..can u share with us plz

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  28. Lovely clicks and delicious desesrt..

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  29. OMG i am drooling here..... superb clicks.... amazing presentation...
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    Regards,
    Akila

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  30. Wow !! So so so gorgeous the pics r..the contrast of whiteness of the pannacotta with the pinkness of the pomegranates is spectacular !

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  31. so totally impressive...I am all over the recipe..
    Tasty Appetite

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  32. An award for you at my space.. Do collect..
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  33. Lovely clicks and delish Panna Cotta..yummy dessert..glad to find u and following u now..

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  34. Reshmi, OMG! This looks so stunning!! Loved the recipe and saving this recipe for the weekend.

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  35. Wow super panna cotta..has tried panna cottas sever times and all those who had it loved it,but never tried the pomi one...love the colour,looks heavenly !

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  36. very vibrant pictures reshmi... Simply amazing..

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  37. I just love your yummy dessert..Awesome clicks :)
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