Strawberry Panna Cotta

Italian cuisine has developed through centuries of social and political changes, with roots stretching to antiquity.  Italian cuisine is simple and a number of dishes having only four to eight ingredients.  They rely mostly on the quality of ingredients rather than elaborate preparation.
Noteworthy changes in Italian cuisine happened with the discovery of the New World and the introduction of potatoes, tomatoes, bell peppers and maize, which are now an integral part of this cuisine.  Italian cuisine is known for its regional diversity each with a distinct taste.  This cuisine today is probably one of the most popular in the world.

Here’s how to prepare strawberry panna cotta:

Ingredients: 
Almond Milk 1 cup
Sugar 1/4 cup
agar agar 2 tablespoon
Strawberry crush 1/2 cup
Coconut Cream 2 cups
Strawberries 3 (Nos)
Preparation:
1. Bring a pan to heat. 
2. Now add coconut cream, almond milk. Cook for 5 minutes. 
3. Side by side, mix agar agar in a cup of water. 
4. Now transfer the content in a bowl. 
5. Add strawberry crush and agar agar. 
6. Now mix well the contents.
7. Pour the contents in molds and refrigerate it for 4 hours. 
8. After four hours, de-mold and garnish with chopped strawberries.
Hurray!

Published by Himanshu Kumar

Hello! I am a Food Blogger and Fusion Recipe Creator. When I am not posting on my website and media pages, you can find me developing UX. Welcome to my journey for Food. This is a space where I am going to share which I will create new dishes/ recipes and design them myself. This is a place which represents my passion for food. I started cooking in the early months of 2016 to showcase what I actually do. I love food and a true foodie. Hence I wanted to showcase by means of blogging. I do like taking pictures of food. So Why not show your love for food to world. Email me at admin@sizzlingdiaries.com if you have any queries and don’t forget to follow my blog if you would like to get email alerts when I post a new recipe.

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