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Crema cotta (literally ‘cooked cream’) is associated with Piedmont. Cream (panna) and sugar are simmered, milk and a little gelatine are added, and then the mixture is poured into small moulds to chill and set. Only subtle flavourings are added. Panna cotta is traditionally served with a sauce of berries or other fruit.
Panna Cotta is perfect with...
Sweet dishes and desserts:
Savoury dishes and foods:
- Raspberries infused with cherry
- Strawberry salad with basil syrup
- Apricot compote with dried apricots
- Orange salad with Campari
- Orange chilli caramel sauce
- Rose syrup and candied rosebuds
- Granola crumble
- Balckberries with almond meringue
- Aceto balsamico tradizionale di Modena
- Sweet and sour rhubarb
- Wine jelly with grapes
- Fleur de sel caramel sauce
- Saffron risotto
- Bruschetti ai funghi
Finely dice candied fruits, such as cherries, orange peel, lemon peel, citron and angelica, and marinade in rum for approximately 2 weeks. Warm gently and serve with Panna Cotta ice cream.