Friday, May 03, 2013

Kesar Aam Pannacotta/Saffron Mango Pannacotta, Gelatin-Free

Panncotta, I love them simply for the versatility of it!!! You can make them with anything you want to!!! I already have Saffron Milk, Coffee, Carrot-Raisin, Apple Pannacotta recipes in my Recipe index. It is made by simmering Cream, milk and sugar together and gelatin/Agar-Agar is added to set the dessert. In my view, pannacotta is one of the best way to hide fruits into kids diet!!! :)
Since this is Mango Season, I tried my hands on Saffron flavored Mango Pannacotta, Oohhhooo, it was awesome when served with freshly cut mangoes and a dollop of cream, Divine heaven!!!!! 
I m doing Blogging Marathon again with Valli and some super-enthusiastic bloggers. This week i will be posting under the theme Man Goes, lalala for ......, yes Mangoes!!!! :)

Ingredients
2 Cups of Whipping Cream (35% Fat)
1/4 Cup Agar-Agar/China Grass
1/2 Cup Hot Water 
3 Ripen Mangoes (Cheeks alone)
1/2 Cup Sugar
a generous pinch of saffron soaked in 1 tbsp of Warm Water
some fresh mango slices and some whipped cream for garnishing, optional

Method

  • Soak Agar-Agar in 1/2 Cup Hot Water for 10 minutes.  I get Agar-Agar/China grass stalks. Whenever i make Pannacotta, i break them into small pieces and Soak them in Hot Water to ease the process of melting while cooking them. In another small cup, soak the saffron strands in 2 tbsp of warm water.
  • Cut the Cheek part of the mangoes and scoop out the flesh. I used Badami Variety of Mangoes, you can use any Sweet Variety Ripen Mangoes. Take the Scooped-out flesh in a blender along with soaked saffron in  a blender and blend to combine. Keep it aside until use.
  • Take the Agar-Agar Soaked Water to stove, Cook it in a Very low flame, Do not allow the liquid to boil. Keep it low and Stir to combine and melt. It will start melting after 10 minutes on the low flame. 
  • While Agar-Agar is melting, Take the Whipping Cream in a Saucepan, Heat in a slow flame. Do not allow the cream to boil, when it is hot and about give a boil, add the blended mango-saffron puree, sugar and Stir well to combine.
  • Let it cook for 5-8 minutes in a low flame, keep stirring. Now using a tea-strainer, add the Agar-Agar melted water to the Mango-cream mix and stir well to combine.
  • Take it off the stove, Let it cool for 10 minutes. Pour them into small bowls, Refrigerate to set for at-least 6-8 hours.
  • While Serving, run a sharp knife around the edges of the pannacotta, and unmould them onto a serving plate, garnish with some fresh mangoes and cream and Serve. 
Sending this to ONLY Chilled n Frozen Desserts, happening @ Foodelicious.
Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#28

21 comments:

  1. Oh lovely..the texture of the panna cotta is really super..I made chocolate flavor..and trust me love the versatility of this dessert..I have made loads of flavors too..all chilling in my drafts:))

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  2. Looks lovely with the fresh mangoes..yum yum

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  3. Very attractive and colorful dessert.

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  4. I have bookmarked this long back and I am sure I am going to make it this season! Love it!

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  5. Love the swirls in the fresh cream ... Have not tried mango flavored one .. Thank you for sharing :)

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  6. Droooool.. We don't get quality mangoes here, else I think I would be in the kitchen, making these right now!

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  7. this looks absolutely divine...one I must try!!!!

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  8. loved the way those two strands of saffron pop up! very very pretty panna cotta!

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  9. thats one royal way to eat the mangoes.. loved the clicks and lovely to have u back Priya ! hope both the kids are doing great..

    Loved the cream swirls too ..

    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds
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  10. What a delicious dessert Priya..looks too good..I loved the one with whipped cream..:)..kittu must have loved it!

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  11. Panna cotta is in my to do list for so long.have to try it.

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  12. Wow... look so tasty and beautiful, I love mango...

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  13. This looks just WOW!!.. Bookmarked this one.. :)

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  14. Wow... Mango panna cotta looks amazing. Perfectly done.

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  15. The one with cream really looks so delicious.Will try it for my lil one...

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  16. A royal way to enjoy mangoes.

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  17. Perfect texture and colour...Love your panna cotta..

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  18. I love the dessert.Beautiful swirls of cream.

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