5 May 2014

Panacotta vanilla with passion fruit sauce









Panacotta

ingredients
(6-7 servings)

1 can of condensed milk
1 cup 1/4 heavy cream
1 cup whole milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 envelope unflavored gelatin (7.5 grams)
1 tablespoon triple sec (orange liqueur)


passion fruit sauce

1 cup passion fruit pulp (with seeds)I used freeze)
1/2 cup sugar

method

For  make Panacotta sprinkle gelatin in 3/4 cup cold water for at least 10 minutes
In a saucepan heat  condensed milk, milk, and heavy cream, stirring all the time .
Cut heat and let cool slightly.
Add gelatin  when is dissolved and whisk to mix well.
Add the vanilla extract and triple sec.
Cool slightly.
Divide the mixture into individual ramekins.
Refrigerate at least 2 to 3 hours

Sauce method
In a medium saucepan boil the passion fruit and sugar over low heat  for 15 minutes or until is thicken .
Stir occasionally
The sauce will thicken consistency with seeds.
Cool and serve with panacotta vanilla..


Source: From my personal recipes book

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en español

Panacotta de vainilla con salsa de maracuyá







 

Esta receta es de mi cuaderno personal de cocina.
Donde he copiado durante años las recetas que me gustan las que puedo hacer o que me regalan.
Tengo tres cuadernos y esta es de uno de ellos.
No se compliquen con la salsa de maracuyá.
De hecho la hice con la pulpa congelada que se encuentra en muchos negocios o supermercados.

Panacotta de vainilla

Ingredientes
1 tarro de leche condensada
1 taza más 1/4 de crema espesa
1 taza de leche entera
1 cucharadita de extracto de vainilla
1 sobre de gelatina sin sabor (7.5 gramos)
(puede ser de 10 gramos no es mucha la diferencia)
1 cucharada de triple sec u otro licor

Salsa de maracuyá

1 taza de pulpa de maracuyá congelada
o tambien pueden ser berries
1/2 taza de azúcar

Preparación

Para hacer la panacotta primero en una taza colocar el sobre de jalea sin sabor más 3/4 taza de agua fría .
Revolver y dejar por un rato  unos 10 minutos.
En una olla calentar la crema la leche condensada y la leche entera.
Revolver todo el tiempo Apagar el fuego y dejar enfriar un poco.
Agregar la jalea ya disuelta revolver bien para que se integre a la mezcla.
Agregar la vainilla y el triple sec. Revolver. Y dejar enfriar un rato.
A continuación repartir la mezcla en 6 o 7 ramekins o bowls  de cerámica.
Refrigerar de 2 a tres horas.

Salsa de maracuyá

En una olla mediana colocar la pulpa de maracuyá y el azúcar calentar a fuego suave hasta que se vaya espesando (no se deben retirar las semillas porque ellas hacen que se espese)
Dejar enfriar y reservar.
Cuando esten listas las panacottas servir con la salsa de maracuyá.
Pueden estar dos o tres dias en el refrigerador.Se mantienen bien.




109 comments:

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    1. I've never had anything like this! Passion fruit with the seeds! I want to try it!

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    2. Thanks Betsy. Yes The seeds make the sauce is more thick! (I used frozen passion fruit pulp)
      xo

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  2. I have never seen anything like this here. Looks yummy Gloria!!

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  3. what a lovely idea - vanilla and passion fruit is such a lovely combination
    Mary

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  4. That looks so tempting Gloria x

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  5. Stunning...and delicious! I have never heard of panna cotta with condensed milk. Going to make this ASAP Gloria. Love it to bits. No passion fruit here, but will try berries or maybe mango! Hugs chica!! xo

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    1. Is my best time I make with condensed milk and I love it Yes Deeba you can make with berries or mango I love mangoes)
      xo

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  6. Orange liquor you say, trying to get everyone drunk lol

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    1. Maybe is not a bad idea Pat lol
      I only one tablespoons silly!!

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  7. A fantastic dessert! I love the passionfruit sauce.

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    1. Thanks Angie! Love passionfruit too!

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  8. Ciao Gloria, adoro i dolci al cucchiaio e questa panna cotta la trovo favolosa...bravissima!!!
    Bacioni, buona serata...

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    1. Ciao Ely I love panacotta too buona serata!

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  9. Ciao Gloria :) Amo la panna cotta homemade e la vaniglia, questa tua ricetta mi piace tantissimo! Complimenti e un forte abbraccio, felice settimana! :) :**

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  10. ...y lo mismo de siempre, Dónde está la receta en español???
    Hola Gloria;hace años que te sigo, y me encantan tus recetas. Pero despues de años con lo mismo de no encontrar la receta en español, me a dado (como toda mujer moderna, andamos con el turbo) por mirar tu perfil y si no entiendo mal eres chilena y vives en calera de tango. Bien, no entiendo que pongas las recetas en inglés y no en español(castellano), yo personalmente no tengo problemas con el Ingles , lo hablo perfectamente ya que estoy casada con un Saudí, y si no ,está el traductor de google, pero Cúal es tu problema con el castellano , que es una lengua rica y preciosa, tal vez no es una lengua chick, no sé , me encantaria que me contestaras, porque me gustaría entenderlo. Por cierto riquísima receta. Saludos

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    1. No tengo problemas con el castellano.es mi lengua.
      Tuve un problema y no alcanze si te fijas muchas veces la pongo despues.
      Es verdad que a veces me demoro pero siempre la pongo.

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    2. Solo para que entiendas (y no es por eso) cuando comenzé el blog era solo un inglés aqui casi no existian blofs en Chile de hecho no conocía ninguno.
      Y empezé en Ingles porque yo participaba en un blog de Inglaterra.
      AHora he tendio más porblemas para terminar una de ellos es el computador.
      Mi hijo se lleva el notebook está estudiando.
      Y este que ahora uso es muy antiguo.
      Generalmente no hago las recetas aqui porque tiene problemas con las letras eso es todo.
      (muchas veces las hago en la noche cuando el trae el notebook)

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    3. Gracias Gloria por tu explicación.Ahora si encaja todo, y entonces repasaré las recetas, Es que como siempre voy con el turbo puesto, de repasar nada. ja,ja,ja....Cuidate mucho, y sigue así campeona. Menudo legado le vas a dejar a tu hijo Fantástico!!!!!. Besitos

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    4. that's what the 'translate' button is for! I don't think you should have to type it twice, Gloria!

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    5. Really she made me feel bad Betsy, was a difficult day today dear;)Im agree with you but sometimes they prefer I translate and I make when I can of course.

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    6. Do what you like Gloria - it is your blog and we love it - and you! :)

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    7. You have the translate button right at the top! I don't see a need to post in two languages!
      Yes, you do what you want and what is easiest for you!

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    8. YesI have the translate button always!
      But some people need the spanish recipe!
      I think like always I will try to put the two versions but Idon't have time always they can use the translate buttom!
      Thanks dear Eddie and Betsy:))

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  11. Affonderei molto volentieri il cucchiaio in quella panna cotta ;)
    Un bacio

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  12. Glorita! Qué linda la foto de cabecera! Lo que se dice "minimalist" :) Entre los merengues con granada y esta panacotta estoy que desfallezco! Te pasaste, como siempre! Beso

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    1. Gracias Pamela me encanta la panacotta!
      xo

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  13. Je ne cuisine pas souvent le fruit de la passion. Délicieux.
    A bientôt

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  14. Passion Fruit Sauce - looks delicious!
    Do I need any more passion? ROFL
    I have posted something new and funny - I am passionate about making people laugh!

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    1. Dear Eddie dont laugh so much ask Suza why is called passion fruit is not for you think. ANyway is delicious I think.
      I comment your post and I find funny read what I said:)

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    2. LOL
      OK I'll ask Suza!! Do you tink I should?

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    3. Yes, Gloria _ I did read what you said on my post but didn't quite inderstand it :)

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    4. is ok Eddie later I will explain you:)

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    5. Thanks Gloria - I understand now!
      Hey - where have yer been?
      Pop over for a cuppa coffee LOL

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    6. I was with my Mom all day Eddie she has to make some errands and I was eith her.
      Today Im laundry,iron and cook...
      The usually you know:)

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  15. Great flavour combination Gloria! xx

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  16. mm that looks delicious...esp with the sauce on top...
    gives it a nice look...and i bet a taste to match....

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  17. Hi Gloria, I am here for a cup of tea and your delicious pana cotta:D Absolutely devine looking!

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    1. Thanks Jeannie you always are welcome and I love tea:)

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  18. You know Gloria, I don't think I have ever had passion fruit before. I must make sure to change that! I do adore panncotta though and yours looks dee..li..cious! Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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    1. Thanks Louise I think you would love passio fruit I use a lot!

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  19. Your panacotta with passionfruit looks like such a refreshing dessert!

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  20. hi Gloria, pannacotta with passionfruit sounds very yummy!

    i am hosting Little Thumbs Up for May, the theme is milk. You are invited to do linkup with us. http://awayofmind.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Tze I will happy to add my recipe to little Thumbs Up only today I dont have wifi so I hope to add tomorrow.
      Now Im in my phone!
      Thanks dear

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    2. Gloria, thanks for linkup with Little Thumbs Up!

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  21. Hi Gloria,
    I absolutely love passion fruit! Using this in panna cotta sounds divine!

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  22. wonderful and mouth watering dessert...thanks for the recipe Gloria..

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  23. Mmm, looks delicious and very elegant!

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  24. Sounds delicious. I love the passion fruit with this.

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  25. It looks like it'd be delicious. Is it gelatin like?

    Elsie

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  26. Meravigliosa con il passion fruit!!!!!

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  27. Gloria, I don't think that I've ever had anything made with passion fruit... I also don't remember ever seeing it at the store around here. We'll have to keep an eye open for this fruit so we can try it out! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  28. I've never had passion fruit, we don't have it here, Gloria, but I do love vanilla!

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  29. This looks great. My one attempt at Panna Cotta got too gelled and rubbery. I really need to try it again.

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  30. I don't think I have ever eaten a passion fruit before. It looks so good I might just try it.

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  31. Il tuo dolce è così buono che uno non mi basterebbe!!! Bravissima Gloria!!
    Un abbraccio

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  32. ça a l'air délicieux
    bonne soirée

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  33. Dear Gloria, This sounds like a delicious dessert. I love it! Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  34. That passion fruit sauce looks delicious! Your dessert recipes always look great :)

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  35. What a striking combination & flavour ~ Thanks Gloria, looks really good ~

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  36. This looks so yummy! I imagine the sharpness of the passionfruit makes a fantastic contrast to the sweet and creamy panacotta.

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  37. Such a beautiful panna cotta, Gloria! Passion fruit is not easy to find around here...I hope someone sells it frozen :)

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  38. un dessert fantastico! baciiiiii

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  39. Exquisite! That is a great combination.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  40. Did you say, "vanilla"? Do you know what I'm thinking of right now? ;)

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    1. Nope
      What Are you thinking Grumpy?

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  41. Gloria that looks tasty I've never heard of it before but, if you
    are cooking I would surely try it as all your recipes are so
    inviting..

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  42. The passion fruit sauce looks so good on top. Wish I could have a taste!

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  43. I have just tried this, Gloria, and it is absolutely scrumptious!
    Thank you so much for sharing...:)

    Hugs xxx

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  44. I've never had passion fruit before... this dessert makes me want to try it asap!

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  45. Que cosa más rica Gloria, me encanta todo!!!

    Besos.

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  46. Yum! I love pannacota and the idea of condensed milk just make me want to make this...and yes, delicious with the passion fruit sauce on it.
    Thanks for the recipe Gloria...hope you are having a wonderful week dear :D

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  47. Uuuuuuuuh, Gloria. Me he enamorado de esto. Guardada en recetas por probar sí o sí

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  48. People call me passionate. I tell them, "It's because of the passion fruit!" I love it.

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    1. You are silly you know grumpy?
      xo

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  49. Pannacotta is so easy to make and so delicious ! I love this , and with passion fruit ....yummy !

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  50. Very interesting. I bought passion fruit only
    once but it wasn't a good one. I will try again.

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    1. Dear maybe you cantry freeze pulp msybe is better!

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  51. Panacotta con salsa de maracuyá...que delicia!!! lo probaré. Besos

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  52. Hi Gloria, nice to be here reading your blog!
    This Pannacotta looks really good and I wish I could taste it 'cause I love passion fruit!
    Besitos
    Alessia

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  53. Hi Gloria,

    You are truly the queen of dessert. It looks delicious.

    Zoe

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