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Bloody Coconut eye {Coconut & White Chocolate Panna Cotta}

To make an horrible dessert for Halloween from a simple panna cotta, it is very simple: you can make it look bloody disgusting in about fifteen minutes away and with very few ingredients :)

I took my favorite recipe for Panna Cotta with White Chocolate adorning it with coconut cream for a more exotic taste, but you can also make the “classic” cream flavor. I used a raspberry puree I just bought a sweet little :)

So what do you think about my beautiful eye? ^ _ ^

 

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Bloody coconut eye
Préparation
10 mins
Cuisson
5 mins
Temps total
3 hrs
 
Portions: 6
Auteur: Sandra Pascual
Ingrédients
  • 1 cup coconut cream 250 ml
  • 1 cup heavy cream 250 ml
  • 6 g gelatin
  • 4/5 cup white chocolate chips 150 g
  • 1 kiwi yellow or green
  • black food coloring
  • red fruit coulis
Instructions
  1. Bloom gelatin in your bowl filled with ice water for 5 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile, boil the cream and coconut cream then add the gelatin off the heat. Stir to dissolve and pour over the white chocolate chips. Cover for 1 minute and whisk.
  3. Slice the kiwi thinly and then re-cut each slice with a cookie cutter to have a perfect circle.
  4. Place a slice of kiwi in each cavity of an hemispheric silicone mold and pour the panna cotta preparation on top. Let cool and place in the freezer at least 3 hours.
  5. When panna cotta is hard, unmold gently and refrigerate until thawed (at least 2 hours).
  6. Just before serving, put a little red fruit coulis on the plate and color center kiwi black food coloring.
Notes

My advice:
It is important to freeze the panna cotta to be able to unmold without worries!

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