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Mango Pannacotta

Two post in a week , this is a real progress for me. i love love cooking and that was a reason for me to start a food blog of my own where in i can document my tries and tested recipes. But somewhere along the way life took over and i forgot my blog. Planning to post reguraly from now on . I have joined some baking groups on Facebook where in we all cook a particular dish for a month with a twist of our own and Groovy Gourmets is one of them. This months Challenge was Pannacotta and i prepared it a mango version.

Panna cotta is one of the easiest yet elegant desserts from Italy and it consist of very less ingredients as well. I have used agar agar to set these and cant wait to try out different flovours with strawberry and coffee being top on my list.

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Mango Pannacotta

Recipe Sourve : Collaborative Curry

Ingredients

Mangoes  – 2

Amul Cream  1 cup

Sugar- 1/2 cup

Milk- 1 cup

Agar Agar – 2 tbsp or 5 gms

Water- 1/4 cup

vanilla extract- 1 tsp

Method :

Peel cube and puree 2 mangoes. Alphonso works best.

Divide the puree in 5 shot glasses and chill in the freezer for 2 hours.

Mix cream , milk and sugar in a pan and heat.

Mix agar agar in 1/4 cup water and cook on a slow flame till smooth and the threads dissolve completely.

When the milk and cream mixture comes to a boil add the agar agar mixture and cook further for 2-3 mins.

Cool the mixture and add vanilla essence and mix.

Pour it over the mango puree and chill in the fridge for some hours.

Serve chilled.

Garnish with Mango cubes or some chopped Almonds for crunch.

To check on what other gourmets have been cooking check here.

Pinks Notes:

This is a great make ahead dessert.

Many variations can be done to the basic recipe.

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