Pacha Maanga Panaakotta (Mango Panna Cotta)

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Ingredients for Pacha Maanga Panaakotta (Mango Panna Cotta):

  1. Well ripen green mango – 3
  2. Sugar paani (sugar solution) – From 1.5 cup sugar
  3. Coconut milk First – Prepared from 1 cup scrapped coconut
  4. Fresh cream – Equal to coconut milk
  5. Gelatin – 1.5 big spoon
  6. Sugar powdered – ½ cup
  7. Vanilla essence – A few drops
  8. Chocolate cream and mint leaves – For decoration

How to prepare Pacha Maanga Panaakotta? (Mango Panna Cotta)

  1. Remove the skin of mangoes and cut into pieces and cook in steam.
  2. Take 2/3rd of above cooked mangoes and blend it well in a mixer adding sufficient sugar solution.
  3. Take fresh cream and coconut milk in equal amount.
  4. Take 1.5 big spoons of gelatin and dissolve it in equivalent amount water. Show it above boiling water and melt it.
  5. Heat fresh cream in a non-stick pan. Add ½ cup sugar powder, a few drops of vanilla essence and melted gelatin to fresh cream and mix well the ingredients.
  6. Divide this mixture into two equivalent parts. Add half amount to cooked mangoes (mangoes blended in mixer) and the second half to coconut milk.
  7. Take a glass of medium height. Put a little mango mixture in the glass and spread it well using a spoon.
  8. Then place it in fridge and allow it to set.
  9. Again add coconut milk mixture on top, and allow it to set again in refrigerator.
  10. Make layers of mango mixture and coconut milk mixture alternatively and allow it to set.
  11. Dip one side of remaining mango pieces in chocolate cream, and decorate your Pacha Maanga Panaakotta. Also add mint leaves on top.

Courtesy: Vanitha Magazine April 15-30 2017

Click to read a few green mango recipes here. Here is the page link. Click on the images in the gallery to read.


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