GULKAND PANNACOTTA ( ROSE PANNACOTA) BY CHEF AVANISH JAIN , CROWNPLAZA TODAY GURGAON

Rose is one flower though it has thorns but still it is most beautiful flower in world … Fragrance makes every body romantic. A sweet preserve of rose petals from the India. Gul means flower in both Persian and Urdu and derives from their ancestors language Sanskrit term ful or pushpa meaning flower; whereas qand means sweet in Persian. In Turkish it is known as Gül Reçeli
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As Gordon Ramsay said “It’s the Sexiest Desert in the world”. Panna Cotta is an Italian dessert which literally means cooked cream. The first time I set my eyes on this special  Panna Cotta , it was in an CAFE G at Crown Plaza Today Gurgaon. Totally   a deserts person    . And…it was love at first bite! The silky, melt in your mouth texture, the way the spoon glides through it, it was simply perfect in every way. I thought it was a baked yoghurt dish that time! If it wasn’t for the excellent band playing there which caught my attention, I ordered another one …
Could not help keep myself asking for the recipe . Perfect party dessert and easy to make . CHEF AVANISH JAIN was nice to share his recipe . So try this diwali , Indian version of Pannacotta … Gulkhand Pannacota ..
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Gulkand pannacotta- serves 4
Ingredients
Milk- 100 ml
bakery cream- 100 ml
grain sugar- 50 gr
Gulkand- 20 gr
gelatin-5 gr(soak in 50 ml water)
Gulkhand essence
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method
1-boil the milk, bakery cream, half of gulkand and sugar together, once boiled remove from the heat and cool on ice water.
2- Soak gelatin in 50 ml water and dissolve in double boiler. add this to milk mixture, mix properly with essence of Gulkand.
3- pour this mixture in to moulds of your choice and cool it in chiller to set.
4- remove from the moulds and topped with the rest of the Gulkand.
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