Classic Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta Recipe

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If you are looking for a fun and delicious dessert, Gordon Ramsay 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.

Classic Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta Recipe

The dessert is made with milk, cream, sugar, and gelatin and is topped with beautiful berries. It is easy to make and tastes like gelatin ice cream.

To make Gordon Ramsay 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. 

You can add any glaze you want like strawberry, chocolate, or pomegranate. 

This is not the entire recipe of Gordon Ramsay panna cotta 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.

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What Equipment Will You Need To Make Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta?

  • Medium-sized Pot – Add dairy products and sugar in a pot with gelatin and whisk until it is thickened.
  • Frying Pan – Add pomegranate juice and sugar in a frying pan and cook until it becomes a thick syrup.
  • Shot Glasses – Take four shot glasses and pour the glaze over panna cotta and top with chocolate shavings.

How Much Time Will You Need To Make Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta?

Preparation TimeCooking TimeRefrigerating TimeTotal Time
10 Minutes15 Minutes1 Hours1 Hours 25 Minutes

What Ingredients Will You Need To Make Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta?

For Panna Cotta

  • Full Cream – Cream will add salty, tangy and cheesy texture to the panna cotta.
  • Whole Milk – Pour whole milk in a pot for a creamy, smooth and a watery texture.
  • Caster Sugar – Caster sugar will make the dessert light and airy, sweetening it.
  • Leaf Gelatin – Gelatin will thicken panna cotta, creating structure and form.
  • Rum – Rum will add sweetness to the dessert.

For Pomegranate Glaze

  • Pomegranate Juice – Pomegranate juice will add sourness, sweetness, musty, fruity aromatics and an astringent mouthfeel to the dessert.
  • Caster Sugar – Caster sugar will be used in glaze since it dissolves so easily.
Classic Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta

Steps To Make Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta

1. Making Of The Panna Cotta

In a pot, add whole milk, cream, and caster sugar. Place it over medium heat and bring this mixture to a boil. You can add a little rum to it if you want.

Once the mixture is boiled and the sugar is dissolved, take the pot off from the heat and add gelatin leaf to it.

Whisk this mixture until the gelatin is mixed properly and the mixture has thickened a bit and become smooth.

2. Panna Cotta Is Ready To Serve

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.

Nutritional Information

Calories390 kcal
Carbohydrates 19 g
Protein2.8 g
Fat34 g
Saturated Fat21 g
Cholesterol 127 mg
Sodium43 mg
Potassium92 mg
Sugar18 g

How Will Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta Look And Taste Like?

Gordon Ramsay panna cotta has a silky, creamy texture and a milky and sweet taste. This recipe also has a hint of a slightly toasty flavor that comes from the golden sugar.

It is a little bouncy and goes great with a glaze and fresh berries.

Recipe Card

Gordon Ramsay Panna Cotta Recipe

Gordon Ramsay panna cotta with pomegranate glaze is a great dessert for Christmas. It is made with milk, cream, sugar, and gelatin and topped with a delicious pomegranate glaze.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Refrigerating Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr 25 mins
Course Chef’s Delight
Cuisine Italian
Servings 4
Calories 390 kcal

Equipment

Medium-Sized Pot
Frying Pan
4 Shot Glasses

Ingredients
  

For Panna Cotta

  • 250 ml Full Cream
  • 50 ml Whole Milk
  • 50 g Caster Sugar
  • Leaf Gelatin (soaked and dried after)
  • A splash Rum (optional)

For Pomegranate Glaze

  • 1 cup Pomegranate Juice
  • 2 tablespoons Caster Sugar

Instructions
 

  • 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.

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Nutrition

Calories: 390kcal | Carbohydrates: 19g | Protein: 2.8g | Fat: 34g | Saturated Fat: 21g | Cholesterol: 127mg | Sodium: 43mg | Potassium: 92mg | Sugar: 18g
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do you thicken panna cotta?

Thicken panna cotta with plain gelatin, which makes it a lighter, less rich dessert.

Why did my panna cotta curdle?

Gelatin does not dissolve well at low temperatures. This is why you always have to heat up the liquid you want to set for your panna cotta. In a warm mixture the gelatin dissolves very rapidly.

What is panna cotta made of?

Panna cotta is a traditional Italian dessert which is a simple mixture of sweetened cream and gelatin. A good panna cotta is one that is only just set but can still stand unsupported once out of the mold.

How do you eat panna cotta?

You can eat panna cotta as it is as a dessert bowl or it can be unmolded and served on a plate. It is often served with fruit or a fruit sauce.

Conclusion

Gordon Ramsay Panna cotta is a traditional, easy, and delicious Italian custard. Serve with warm hot fudge sauce and fresh raspberries on top. This keeps well for several days in the refrigerator. If you have tried this recipe at home, then do share your experiences with us.

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