Alphonso never cheats-An Amateur Recipe to Mango Panna Cotta
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Alphonso never cheats-An Amateur Recipe to Mango Panna Cotta

Alphonso is sensuous and an alphonso panna cotta is more than what you could ask for. You gotta try this every mango season. This is an amateur recipe- even if the recipe cheats you, alphonso wont. How much ever you mess it up, it will still taste yum-that's the magic of mangoes.

crazyandcooking with Serene & Timmy

Ingredients

  1. 2 - 3 numbers Mango ( I used alphonso, you can try with others too)
  2. 5 teaspoons sugar
  3. 2 cups Milk
  4. 1 cup fresh cream
  5. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract or essence (optional)

Method

15 mins
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    Peel and cut the mangoes and make a smooth puree without adding any water using a blender.

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    Soak the agar agar in water for at least 5 minutes and then in a pan, heat some water and dissolve the soaked agar agar in the water.

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    Boil milk and dissolve the sugar in. Lower the flame and add the liquid made out of agar agar and the cream goes in too. Mix everything up well. You may add an optional ingredient, vanilla extract or essence, if you like the flavor. Keep this aside and let it cool down. Mix in the mango puree and mix thoroughly.

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    Pour this into bowls and allow it to set in the refrigerator, ideally for about 3 hours. If you can't resist, feel free to eat it after an hour.

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    After it is set, serve it with cool with some dry fruits on top.

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