Panna Cotta

Panna cotta, Italian for "cooked cream," is a specialty of Italy's Piedmont region, where these delicate creams have been made since medieval times. The dessert is often accompanied by fresh fruit, as in this recipe.
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LuckySoprano
Seattle
September 29, 2010
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Looks pretty, but tastes bland
September 29, 2010
My results for this recipe, I think were technically very good - great texture, cool shape, etc..
Perhaps I'm missing something, but the panna cotta tasted like nothing. Bland. Flavorless. The best way I can describe the taste is like a flavorless Creme Brulee. Not bad in taste, just no taste and frankly, not worth the calories to me.
On the plus side, the recipe is easy, the ingredients are simple, and the final product is good looking. I'd recommend to anyone who wants to have fun playing with different shapes or molds. The possibilities are endless...
If I were to make this again, I think I'd play with the flavor and accompaniment -- maybe add cinnamon to the panna cotta and serve with blueberries.
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LuvinCookin
Nashville, TN
April 30, 2010
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Great Pannacotta
April 30, 2010
I've shared this receipe alot. Serve it usually with basil syrup and sliced strawberries. Easy to prepare for an impressive dessert!