Vanilla Pannacotta with Raspberry Coulis

Vanilla Pannacotta with Raspberry Coulis is a rich, silky beautiful dessert, makes a wonderful Mother's Day treat.

Vanilla Pannacotta with Raspberry Coulis

This post came a wee bit late... not actually late, late! Just over a week after Mothers' Day celebration.
'Mothers and Daughters' ~ the movie, have you seen it?
I'd avoid (like a plague LOL) any movie that has many plots, for example: Love Actually or something similar. I prefer an easy to follow, single plot movie without trying to figure, who's who, and what's what...
Movie time is supposed to be relaxing, not thinking!!! Agree? ;P

This indie movie was an exception! It has many plots but I sat through the whole length, without me dozing off mid-way.
*Spoiler Alert*
The movie was based on four families or to be precise 4 pairs of mother-daughter.
The plots that makes me want to reach out for Kleenex was about this mother-daughter that was in estranged relationship, the mother has to tip-toe and be careful what NOT to say her daughter. Whatever she said, the daughter took it in the negative light!

Another Kleenex moment ~ was about the daughter's relationship with her Alzheimer mom. This was touching too...  she was afraid to lose her mom, wanting to preserved that beautiful image of her mom but at the same time, she was too busy with her own life to care for her mom.

Raspberry Coulis

'Mother'.
Sometimes we forgot who had our back all the time since the day we were born.
She is the one who had to go through the excruciating pain to push us out into this world. She is the one who spent many sleepless nights, making sure we are warm, comfortable and not hungry. She is our Florence Nightingale when we were sick. She is always by the sideline cheering and encouraging... She is the one who put her children before herself and everything else.

And yet, when we grew up, we put her on the sideline. We took her for granted, we conveniently forgot that she was always there for us. We forgot that she was our first teacher, the one who taught us to walk, talk and almost everything we learn about life, and yet we stand proud, thinking we knew better!!
We are proud to have many friends yet we forgot who was our first true friend... 'friend' who stick by us through thick and thin. We found new love and we forgot hers :(...

We only have ONE mother (and father... more ramblings about father when Father's day is here :D ), lets celebrate mom in every way we can, lets show her our love and appreciation, everyday if we can... spare some time to be with her.
Our days and hers are numbered...and one day she'll no longer be by our side.
I miss mine much! She's in better place since 2 years ago :(...

Vanilla Panna Cotta with Raspberry Coulis image

Enough Kleenex moment!!!

Vanilla Panna Cotta with raspberries coulis was my Mother's Day treat from my favourite daughter in the whole wide world ;P.
An ardent fan of Masterchef and My Kitchen Rule, she was over the moon when she tipped her panna cotta onto the plate... it jiggled.
This is what I learned from Masterchef... panna cotta should be jiggly :) was her happy remark.
I was happier... that I get to eat beautiful, rich, silky dessert and I didn't have to clean the kitchen after.. ;P

It was executed to suit my taste bud (less sugar), with whatever ingredients we have in our fridge section and pantry. The words in the recipe below was 98% hers...
but photographs are all mine :P

Vanilla Panna Cotta with Raspberry Coulis



Vanilla Panna cotta with Raspberries Coulis

Ingredients

    600mL thickened cream
    150mL milk
    75g sugar
    2tsp gelatine
    1tsp vanilla bean extract
    400g frozen raspberry
    100mL of water
    50g of sugar
    2 tsp of lime juice

Vanilla Panna cotta
  1. Add the cream, milk, sugar and extract in a saucepan and stir on medium heat.
  2. Bring the mixture to boil. 
  3. Remove from heat
  4. Add gelatine and mix well
  5. Place saucepan in an ice bath until the mixture is cooled down and slightly thickened
  6. Pour into moulds
  7. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours
Raspberries Coulis
  1. Add raspberries, 100ml water, sugar and lime juice into saucepan
  2. Simmer and stir on medium heat until the mixture thickened
  3. Place in ice bath to cool 
  4. Put in blender and blend until smooth
  5. strain the seeds through a strainer
  6. Refrigerate until serving



3 comments:

  1. Yummeh! love love love panna cotta especially now cuaca dah panaih. Scotland panaih??? Where the got?!
    Was watching Eurovision the other day... first time cheq tengok dari mula sampai habih, selalunya tak sampai 10 minutes teruih tukaq channel. Anyways, was rooting for Oz and my homeboys... hampaih sungguh... sangat kiciwa with the result. Malam tu cheq takleh tidoq, geram punya pasai. Mrhubby pesan next year takleh tengok dah :(
    xoxo

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    1. LOL...Panaih Scotland tak la sampai berpeluh ketiak ;P
      Ha! kan dah kena warning dgn Pak Hazzim... :). Tak pa next year mesti Pak Hazzim lupa, boleh dok melangut tengok Eurovision lagi. Cheq dulu masa muda belia, rajin juga dok tengok Eurovision, tapi la ni, rasanya Eurovision pula dok tengok cheq ;P menyanyi lagu serombong kapai.

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  2. It has been like a century since I last had a panna cotta, Lisa. Now you really have me crave some!

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