I believe that everyone has a sweet tooth so for my first run its going to be something that will make that sweet tooth shiver with anticipation.
I first tasted panna cotta when we ordered the dessert sampler at Pizza Hut, I fell in love with it and so did my husband. I just have to know how to make it, and I was pleasantly surprised that it's so easy to make. Here I am making Peach Panna Cotta, a little twisted version of the regular panna cotta. If you can't swing this one you are not meant to cook at all :)
Peach Panna Cotta
What You Need;
1 sachet of unflavored gelatin
1/3 cup fresh milk
2 cans of Nestle Cream
1/2 cup white sugar
1 can peach halves
2 vanilla beans ( you can use 1 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract instead)
Lets Get Cooking!
1. Drain the peaches and save the syrup. Divide the gelatin in two, dissolve the first half in the syrup from the peaches and the other half in the 1/3 cup of fresh milk. Get your vanilla bean, split it in half and soak it in the milk and gelatin mixture. Set aside.
3. Lets get back to the gelatin you soaked in the peach syrup. Pour that into a stainless pan and cook in low heat. Make sure you stir the mixture slowly while its heating up so you get a smooth and even texture. Watch it carefully, don't let it boil, as soon as you see that the mixture is starting to thicken up and tiny bubbles start to form then its done. Pour that on top of your sliced peaches and set aside. Oh make sure you only fill the bowl mold half way as you are still going to pour the panna cotta mixture on top. Refrigerate for an hour.
4. Check that the peach and gelatin that's chilling refrigerator is already firm before you move on to the next step. If you pour the panna cotta mixture while the peach gelatin mixture is still soft this may cause the gelatin to collapse.