Now, add the sugar to the pan and mix well. Turn on the flame to medium. Heat until the sugar and agar dissolves and the mixture is just about to start boiling. Heat for another 3-4 mins in low flame, mixing constantly and turn off the flame. Use a fine mesh and filter the mixture into a clean bowl. Transfer the mixture to tall glass and refrigerate until the panna cotta is set. I left it overnight in the refrigerator. To make the pineapple glaze, add the butter and brown sugar to a pan and heat in medium flame. Keep stirring until the butter melts and the sugar is dissolved. Now add the pineapple chunks to the pan, mix well and continue to cook until the pineapple is tender. Leave it to cool to room temperature or refrigerate until chill. Add the pineapple glaze on top of the panna cotta and serve cold. Enjoy.
coconut, coconutmilk, dessert, easy recipe, healthy eating, pannacotta, Peaches, pine nuts, vegan. Put some peaches on the pannacotta, sprinkle with pine nuts, add a floret of rosemary to make it look pretty
Sprinkle the gelatin over the coconutmilk. Adding cream of coconut would make the PannaCotta too creamy and i didn't like the idea of mixing all the ingredients together , so i came up with this layered Pina Colada PannaCotta
We are so glad to have Carole posting with us today from her Winter Wonderland of Minnesota. This PineappleCoconut Banana Bread is perfectly tropical and helps me visualize what it will be like sitting on my balcony watching the gorgeous blue water go by