Vegan panna cotta recipe – [ESSEN UND TRINKEN]

the components

In fact

the preparation

  1. For the panna cotta

  2. Score the length of the vanilla pod and remove the pulp. In a saucepan over medium heat, boil the almond milk, agar-agar, sugar and vanilla extract until the sugar dissolves. Mix in between with a blender.

  3. Add the vanilla extract and maple syrup, enjoy, sweeten with maple syrup if needed, and bring to a boil again for about 2 minutes. Then pour a little of the mixture into oiled casseroles or dessert cups and leave to cool completely.

  4. After cooling, refrigerate for at least 2 hours, preferably overnight.

  5. Place the strawberries in a tall bowl with the grated organic lemon peel, lemon juice and powdered sugar and mash briefly with a fork. Taste, sweeten with powdered sugar if needed. If you want the sauce to be finer, strain it through a sieve.

  6. Take the molds out of the fridge 15 minutes before serving and soak them briefly in hot water. Loosen the pannacotta from the edge with a sharp knife and remove to a plate, serve with strawberry sauce.

Panna cotta also tastes good if you heat the strawberry sauce carefully before serving.
Special characteristics of agar-agar: When using agar-agar, it is important to boil it once, otherwise it will not gel. The gelling power is much higher than that of gelatin, so pay special attention to the information on the manufacturer’s packaging.

Vegan panna cotta with coconut milk

Translated in Italian, panna cotta means boiled cream. You can also make this recipe with a plant-based cream, such as soy cream. If you like coconut, use it Canned coconut milk. A fruity sauce made with mango puree or caramelized pineapple slices goes well with coconut panna cotta. Or try other milk alternatives, such as nuts or plant-based milks Nut, soy or oat milk.

Vegan panna cotta without agar agar

If you don’t have agar agar on hand, you can use it instead food starch or corn starch to use. Cornstarch is commonly used in homemade milk and is used in this recipe to thicken the panna cotta. However, the result will not be as strong as with agar agar powder. When mixing in the starch, also make sure that no annoying lumps form.

Vegan panna cotta without sugar

Instead of table sugar, you can add more to your panna cotta maple syrup get ready Like other sweeteners agave syrup or sweetened vanilla extract they also fit perfectly. Homemade sugar is very suitable because it dissolves well and has no special taste.

Vegan panna cotta with silken tofu

Recipes with silken tofu have one from the beginning creamy consistency, since tofu already has a certain firmness. Desserts made with one part tofu and one part plant-based cream are as indulgent and creamy. lighter because the proportion of cream is reduced. Tofu is grated and then mixed for example. B. Another alternative is soy cream, coconut milk or pannacotta cooked, sweetened and thickened with agar-agar.

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