If you are looking for a fun and delicious dessert, Gordon Ramsay’s panna cotta is the perfect dessert for you. This simple Gordon Ramsay dessert will definitely lift up your mood and put you in a festive spirit. The dessert is made with milk, cream, sugar, and gelatin and is topped with a beautiful.
Gordon Ramsay’s panna cotta is a fairly simple Italian dessert. It is easy to make and tastes like gelatin ice cream. It is a little bouncy and goes great with a glaze and fresh berries. You can add any glaze you want like strawberry, chocolate, or pomegranate.
To make Gordon Ramsay’s panna cotta, add milk, cream, and sugar to a pot and bring this mixture to a boil. Then, take the pot off from the heat and add gelatin to it. Whisk this mixture until it thickens and pour it into glasses. Freeze them for an hour. Make the glaze by boiling pomegranate juice with sugar. Pour it over the panna cotta and top with berries and chocolate.
This is not the entire recipe but only a snippet of it. If you are looking for the entire recipe, you can find it below. But first, check out some other recipes from the Chef’s delight.
1. Gordon Ramsay’s Chili Con Carne– Chili Con Carne is jam packed with the exquisite Mexican flavors. With minced beef and tangy tomatoes, this dish will activate your taste buds.
2. Gordon Ramsay’s Beef And Guinness Stew – Replace your average stew with beef and Guinness stew. This recipe from Gordon Ramsay will help you to cook it to perfection.
3. Gordon Ramsay’s Moussaka– Moussaka is a Greek comfort food. It is made with mellow eggplant, slices of potato and a meat sauce.
4. Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Salad – A perfect side dish for your family lunch. Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Salad gets ready in no time.
Gordon Ramsay’s Panna Cotta Recipe
For Panna Cotta
- 250 ml Full Cream
- 50 ml Whole Milk
- 50 g Caster Sugar
- A handful of Leaf Gelatin (soaked and dried after)
- A splash Rum (optional)
For Pomegranate Glaze
- 1 cup Pomegranate Juice
- 2 tablespoons Caster Sugar
- Chocolate Shavings, Berries, Pomegranate (for topping)
- In a medium pot, add milk, cream, and sugar. Place it over medium heat and bring this mixture to a boil. You can add a little rum to it if you want.
- After the mixture is boiled and the sugar is dissolved, take the pot off from heat and add gelatin to it.
- Whisk this mixture until the gelatin is mixed properly and the mixture has thickened a bit and become smooth.
- Then, take four shot glasses and pour this mixture evenly into them. You can also use big glasses or ramekins.
- Place the glasses in the refrigerator and freeze for about 1 hour.
- Meanwhile, take a frying pan and add pomegranate juice and sugar to it.
- Place it over medium heat and reduce this mixture until it becomes a thick syrup. Allow it to cool.
- Pour the glaze over the panna cotta and top with berries and chocolate shavings.