Panna cotta with coffee and whiskey Quick and easy recipe
Panna cotta with coffee and whiskey: panna cotta is one of my favorite spoon desserts, and this panna cotta is delicious, I would have eaten it all by itself ... the coffee and whiskey make it special and tasty ... I will soon try with other liqueurs too ... continue to follow me and try this panna cotta, you'll love it!
Ingredients for 6 people
- 400 ml of fresh cream
- 75 grams of powdered sugar
- 75 grams of whole milk
- 7 gr of instant coffee
- 25 gr of mocha coffee
- 30 gr of whiskey
- 3 sheets of isinglass (6 g)
- 1/2 vanilla bean (or the tip of a teaspoon of vanilla powder / or a teaspoon of vanilla extract)
How to make Panna cotta with coffee and whiskey
The first thing to do is to soak the gelatine sheets in cold water for about 10 minutes
then prepare the coffee with the mocha (25 gr) put it in a glass and melt the instant coffee inside (10 gr)
in the meantime, put 100 ml of cream, the milk and half a vanilla bean in a saucepan, heat over low heat, it must heat up but not boil
now add the sugar and mix, squeeze the gelatin and add it to the mixture, turn to melt it, the flame will always be very low and continue to turn
now add the remaining cream, whiskey and mix, then add the coffee (mocha coffee + instant coffee) and turn.
Remove the vanilla pod and pour into the chosen containers. Chill in the fridge for at least 5-6 hours,
the ideal would be to prepare the Panna cotta with coffee and whiskey the day before it is served. And your coffee and whiskey panna cotta is ready. Sprinkle with a little bit of unsweetened cocoa. Enjoy your meal!
Advice: If you want the classic form of panna cotta, use smooth aluminum containers (it will be easier to extract the panna cotta later than the wavy ones) or silicone ones. But if you do not have suitable containers you can also use a plum cake mold and then serve by extracting with an ice cream spoon, or you can also use cups and leave the panna cotta inside the cups. To facilitate the extraction of the panna cotta from the molds, dip them for a few moments in hot water and remove them from the container with a small knife, as soon as you insert the small knife on one side it will come off.
Wine pairing:Â Moscato D'Asti
Panna cotta with coffee and whiskey
Enjoy your meal!