Lately I have been seeing so much of street food from India thanks to Sia's of Monsoon Spice event Street food.
So I am planing to eat lot of street food soif I come bak like a BALL you all know who to blame :-)
So as i was saying have been thinking what to post before I go for holiday, I thought why not a dessert. I had made this Two weeks ago but has been kept aside for this in mind.
Now first time I made Panna cotta It was a Disaster.
I did exactly as the recipe said but it was not setting i know i know not enough gelatine.
I didn't give up, I started making it again the next day with a totally different recipe and there it was this nice set panna cotta.
It is such a easy dessert to prepare, but the taste was so DELICIOUS.
The sweet taste of the panna cotta and the sharp taste you get from the fruits with the balsamic vinegar was so good.
I am surprised how both of them compliment each other.
Sending this to Martha of An italian in the US for her
1 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup Sugar
3 teaspoons powdered gelatin , add two tbsp of water to the gelatine powder and leave it for few minutes.
2 tsp Vanilla essence.
Add all the ingredients to a pan and bring to a boil.
Add the gelatine mix and stir fast and then pour the mixture to moulds or glasses.
Set in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours.
For the Balsamic berries.
200 gm strawberries hulled and sliced if they are big ones
150 gm Raspberries ( i didn't have them)
150 gm blueberries
20 to 30 ml or accoring to your taste, good quality balsamic vinegar.
50 gm sugar.
Place all the fruits together with the balsamic vinegar and thesugar into a large bowl and toss together. Allow to marinate for three hours, tossing occasionaly.
For plating the dessert i dipped the moulds in hot water very brieflt to loosen it.Tip them out into the middle of the plate and spoon the balsamic berries around the edge.Enjoy the exqusite dessert.
Will see you all in September. Wishing you all a wonderful Summer.