Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Almond pannacotta

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When Namitha posted her mango pannacotta recipe I gave it a go and we all liked it . I made this again couple more times when we had friends for dinner and could impess them too , it's so easy to make and tastes good too.
When I saw almond pudding in Ente pachakashala ,that too attracted me a lot, so I tried that too ,even though it came out good,we didn't like the strong flavour of almond extract. I m sure it's just our taste buds,most of you won't have any problem with the flavour ,anyway since I had bit more of almond powder left I decided to make the pudding again with vanilla essence,but then for a change I decided to fuse both the recipes and it didn't let me down !!

Ingredients
Milk - 1 cup (250 ml )
Double cream - 1 cup (250 ml)
Almond powder - 30 gm
Milk - 4-5 tbs
Gelatin - 1 packet
water - 3 tbs
Vanilla extract -1 tsp
Sugar - 1/ 2 cup ( according to your sweetness)

Preparation


Make a paste of almond powder with 4-5 tbs of milk and keep it aside. In another bowl soak gelatin in few tbs of water.
In a saucepan add milk, cream and sugar and when it is about to boil add almond mixture and gelatin. Stir continously until gelatin is completely dissolved. Add vanila extract and switch off the flame.Pour the mixture to pudding bowls and when it comes to room temperature decorate with almond flakes and chill it in the refrigerartor for 3-4 hrs or until its completely set.

Sending this to Julie's Christmas Delicacy at Erivum puliyum.

21 comments:

Sarah Naveen said...

adipoli ayittundallo mashe!

Treat and Trick said...

So creamy and yummy!

Sushma Mallya said...

Looks really delicious and lovely:)

Sobha Shyam said...

yummy pudding, sounds great dear..

San said...

Almond pannacotta is really delicious and rich.

julie said...

Oh At last!! The day has come..The lovely thought of linking it to my event,am happy for that ,Vineetha!
lovely pudding,dear..My kids will surely love this as they don't like whole almonds,but as a paste its disguisly given..
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An Open Book said...

u know what i cant stand almond extract as well..its so overpowering even in a cake..although working with almond powder is something i just recently started and quite like it.
can u believe me if i say i cannot for the love of me make a pannacotta..it always ends up too heavy and dense..and not light and jiggly :)

divya said...

Looks super delicious and inviting..

sangee vijay said...

it looks rich n delicious...love it!!

Shema George said...

It looks really creamy and delicious!
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Tina said...

kollalo mole..adipoli..

Padhu said...

Looks yummy!

Kaveri said...

Delicious looking pudding..must try.

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Priya said...

Elegant and super rich looking pannacotta..

Suja said...

Sounds rich and delicious,adipoli aayitundu..will surely try this

Christy Gerald said...

Yummy Badham Pannacotta Dear.Deliciously done Dessert.Luv it.

ente pachakasala said...

adipoli ayittundu ketto thanks a lot for ur comment actually it was a mistake in writing 1 tsp instead of one drop thanks i had changed that in my post..u r correct chilarkku almond essence nte flavour athra ishtamakilla but last week i tried with vanila essence a it cam e out nicely. cream use cheyyumbol onnude taste akumallo

Puja said...

Beautiful and so perfect! What a wonderful treat.
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faseela said...

lovely pudding dear..........luks so delicious

PrathibhaSreejith said...

Luks so delicious Vineetha, a must try one for my kids :)

Hema said...

Awesome, very tempting, new to me..

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