Monday, April 11, 2011

Mango Pannacotta

Since a week, the climate is getting more and more hot here..We guys are very much happy that 'Sun'god shows his face frequently to us, its quite like summer here eventhough its spring..I cant stop myself to make refreshing drinks or desserts to enjoy while its hot outside...We had this great looking famous Italian dessert pannacotta,prepared with store bought mango pulp,full fat milk,cream and agar agar powder,which i served after a lunch yesterday...Everyone at home relished this wonderful creamy pannacotta for their dessert especially my lil son loved it much who doesnt like usually desserts with mango,for my surprise he enjoyed having this pannacotta and even asked me to serve twice..Mango pulp helps to whip up this dessert quickly which took hardly 15minutes to get ready apart from chilling..An easy breezy refreshing dessert to enjoy after ur lunch or dinner definitely without any hesitation...For a light version of this pannacotta, u can use low fat milk and low fat cream,which tastes truly delicious too..

I finished running succesfully yesterday my first week of blogging marathon with 30minutes meal as my theme, this week group 2 starts their blogging marathon,am running again this wonderful blogging marathon with them and choosed kid's friendly recipes as theme..Happy to run again for a week this wonderful blogging marathon along with some other blogging buddies..Big thanks to Srivalli for letting me again to run..

Mango Pannacotta

1cup Full fat milk
1+1/2cup Low fat cream
1/4cup Sugar
1/2cup Kesar mango pulp (store bought)
1tbsp Agar agar powder
Few chocolate vermicellis for decorating

Heat together the milk,cream and sugar in a vessel, whisk everything well until the sugar gets well dissolved, immediately add the agar agar powder to the hot milk-cream mixture,mix well and put off the stove...Now add the kesar mango pulp, mix everything well and pour this mixture in ramekins or small moulds, keep aside until the mixture gets cool..Cover them with aluminium foil and arrange in fridge atleast for an hour..

Enjoy this refreshing pannacotta topped with few chocolate vermicellis..
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77 comments:

  1. Priya you simply rock that dessert looks so so temtping!..your kids must've enjoyed..I am so glad you joined again..:)

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  2. Pinnacota luks gr8. OMG ! Eagerly waiting for Sun god.. Hmm... Here in chennai, its toooooooooo hot.

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  3. Perfect for the weather here....nice color too.

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  4. simply G8..... love ur recipe

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  5. I just made these a week back. Didn't take pictures since there was no sun at all. I am planing on making them again. They are a true indulgence.

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  6. pannacota looks really yummy..love 2 take a bite 4m it..:)

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  7. looks nice and refreshing, its such a satisfying feeling when your child actually asks for seconds right?

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  8. Wow,nice recipe,sounds really yummy!

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  9. Wow....looks yummy.....completely drool worthy....

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  10. Lovely delicious mango pannacotta... Looks quite easy too :-)

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  11. still to try this ,..;-)
    looks delicious,.

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  12. Pannacotta looks very very tempting...

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  13. It looks delicious. It's been ages since I last made mango pannacotta.

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  14. Yum yum yum ...can't stop drooling Priya

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  15. Love it, and when I can find it I also buy Kesar Mango pulp, it is fantastic!

    ciao
    Alessandra

    http://alessandrazecchini.blogspot.com/

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  16. This is so unfair dear! I hardly could find mangoes here...and you are showing me your delicious mango panna cotta, just to tempt me more! Hehehe..

    Pass me some dear...am drooling as usual! ;)

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  17. Looks really cool and fun to eat! Great for our hot afternoons too!

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  18. Wow..looks so refreshing and well delicious too..great recipe, Priya!

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  19. Right now, I could just pick one serving from the screen and gulp it up!

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  20. Congratulations Priya on finishing your super marathon! don't know how you can do it every single day.
    Anything with mango tastes great, right?!

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  21. I love mangoes..
    Delicious dessert recipe.

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  22. yummy and a sinful indulgence :)

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  23. Looks great... I like anything with Mango...though I never tried Pannacotta with it...

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  24. Mango Pannacotta loos amazing and its vegetarian too.. I'll have to try this real soon.

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  25. Perfect for blazing hot Chennai summer!

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  26. Wow....looks yummy.....completely drool worthy....

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  27. Just what you need on a hot day :) I have to try this out!

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  28. A luscious dessert- The texture n color is really appetizing- How I wish i was ur neighbor ! :)

    US Masala

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  29. simply superb!! delicious dessert,love it!!

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  30. Wow! Priya, that mango pannacotta is very inviting and yummy

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  31. Lovely...looks inviting...nice click Dear.

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  32. I am speechless priya, the pancotta is looking out of the world !!!!!!

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  33. Mouth-watering and yummy pannacotta!!!

    valar
    http://valarskitchen-basics.blogspot.com/

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  34. Priya-You've given me such a great idea...never made mango panna cotta, and we cannot buy it in pulp form here. Mango season will be here soon, could hardly wait to make them.
    So droolworthy and beautiful. Yumm!!!

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  35. wow...wow....wow.... looks sooooo delicious and beeee...uuuuu.....tiful clicks!!!

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  36. Priya, this looks super yum and delish....

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  37. Anything Mango...bring it on...looks yummy!!
    http://recipes4mydaughter.blogspot.com/

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  38. Irresistible dessert - just perfect for the weather!

    Vegetarian Cultural Creatives

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  39. This sounds so yummy.Nice recipe.I have all the ingredients except mango.Will buy some to try this dessert.Thanks for sharing

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  40. bookmarking it!..have to make it soon!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  41. Hi Priya

    Panacotta looks so much droolworthy. Great recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  42. Mango pannacotta looks delicious.

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  43. OMG!!! This looks so inviting..The texture is perfect :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  44. They look so creamy and ready to melt in the mouth.

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  45. Have not tried mango pannacotta as itself looks yum!

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  46. Priya, why only kids? It is tempting even adults here. :)

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  47. That looks so yummy Priya. Wish I could have one cup..

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  48. i have a whole lot of kesar mango pulp remaining frm my shreekhand. i might try ur recipe. thanks dear

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  49. looks yummy..will try it one day..

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  50. mmmm .. YUm YUM YUm..Is there any substitute for the full cream milk..??

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  51. Mango is a wonderful flavor for pannacotta!

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  52. Thats a wonderful one.reminds me of mango mousse.well presented too

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  53. This pannacotta looks woderful Priya.I love the vibrant yellow color.Thanks for sending this.And all the best for the contest.

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  54. nice blend of mango and agar agar.. so inviting..
    is it ok to add mango in hot mixture.. or shd it cool before adding.. ?

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  55. @Mehjabeen Arif...u have to add the mango to the hot mixture once u put off the stove, if the mixture gets cools, it will be hard to mix the mango pulp coz of the agar agar powder...

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  56. pannacotta looks absolutely divine...! love anything with mangoes.. :)

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  57. Awesome color .. its speaks for the taste of the dessert...wish I was your neighbour

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  58. Awesome color .. its speaks for the taste of the dessert...wish I was your neighbour

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  59. Panna cotta is one of my fav desserts, I always make with orange, am sure mango would have made it taste even more delicious. Gotta try next time.

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