Pina Colada Panna Cotta with Caramelized Pineapple and Butter Rum Sauce

Cooking time
15 mins
Serves
4 people

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1 cupfresh-cream
1 cupcoconut-milk
1 cuppineapple-juice
2 table-spoonsugar
1 numberlime-juice-and-zest
2 teaspoongelatin-1-envelope
1 table-spoonvanilla-extract
4 table-spoonbutter
2 table-spoonbrown-sugar
1 cupdark-rum

A refreshing tropical dessert with the sweetness of coconut and tartness of fresh pineapple, served with a rich butter rum caramel sauce :)

  1. Pour the cream, coconut milk, sugar & lime zest into a small saucepan and gently bring to a simmer over medium heat.
  2. Meanwhile pour the lime juice and vanilla into a small bowl. Sprinkle the powdered gelatin over the lime juice liquid mixture and let it bloom for about 5 to 10 minutes.
  3. Turn off the heat then transfer the firmed gelatin mixture into the coconut milk mixture.
  4. Stir well until the gelatin has completely dissolved.
  5. Pour the mixture into 4 large ramekins or into cupcake moulds, and refrigerate until set, or at least 4 hours.
  6. Carefully slide a sharp knife around the edge of each panna cotta and invert onto a dessert plate.
  7. Carefully slide a sharp knife around the edge of each panna cotta and invert onto a dessert plate.
  8. Melt the butter and brown sugar together in a large skillet over medium high heat swirling gently to combine.
  9. When they are bubbling hot add the nutmeg and the pineapple slices.
  10. Cook in the caramel for a few minutes on each side, until nicely browned and beautifully flavoured.
  11. Briefly remove the pan from the flame and carefully pour the rum into the pan. Tilt it away from you and set it alight.
  12. Once the flames die down, give the sauce a good whisk..
  13. Place a slice of pineapple on the plate, carefully place the panna cotta on top.
  14. Drizzle over panna cotta before serving.

14 comments

  1. Manish Batish said on January 22, 2016 Reply
    looks delicious :) (y) Gud Job Trisha !!
    1. Trisha Rudra said on January 23, 2016 Reply
      Thanks a lot Manish!!!
  2. Aroop Takyar said on January 23, 2016 Reply
    Looks great! Commendable that you panna cota could take the weight of the pineapple slice used as garnish
    1. Trisha Rudra said on January 23, 2016 Reply
      Thank you Aroop mama :)
  3. Tonoya said on January 23, 2016 Reply
    Fantastic!
    1. Trisha Rudra said on January 23, 2016 Reply
      Thank you so much!
  4. Rima said on January 23, 2016 Reply
    Awesome Trisha. You are just surprising me with your talents every other day
    1. Trisha Rudra said on January 24, 2016 Reply
      Thank you so much! That means a lot...
  5. Shiuli Lara Dutt said on January 23, 2016 Reply
    Trisha I am a fan ...the very presentation of the dish along with the artistic and appealing blend of ingredients has only hightened it's appeal..fabulous job done!
    1. Trisha Rudra said on January 24, 2016 Reply
      Wow Shiuli di, thank you for those wonderful words... I am overwhelmed.. Lots of love!
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    Sarika Sarkar Das said on January 27, 2016 Reply
    Fabulous job , love your presentation too !!
  7. Jayshree Nishchal said on January 27, 2016 Reply
    Love it ❤️
  8. Aayushi Jain said on January 27, 2016 Reply
    Mouth-watering, delectable, toothsome,delicious, appetizing! <3 Phew!
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    DeezCulinary said on January 30, 2016 Reply
    Classy recipe. So yumm! Deepa Sumbaly Kaul

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