2013 christmas was quiet. Simple dinner without turkey or ham, no entire gateau. It is always summer here on Christmas. It is hot. So I used the juicy and sweet mango into the dessert. Mangoes are on season that I can’t afford not to buy it.
Simple dessert for just 2 of us. You and I will live forever like this:simple and quiet.
@make 2 glasses of dessert
240g mango puree
1/4tsp lemon juice
5g gelatin leaves
*add some sugar if the mango is not sweet enough ( the mango I bought is really sweet,so I did not add any sugar .
Peel off skin of mango,remove flesh out and process to get the puree. Soak gelatin leaves in a bowl of cold water until soften.
Bring mango puree, sugar and lemon juice to just boil. Off heat. Stir in soften gelatin leaves and stir to combine. Allow to cool down abit.
Transfer into 2 glasses. Allow to refrigerate until set.
Vanilla Panna Cotta:
1 tsp castor sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla paste
3g gelatin leaves ( soak in cold water until soften)
In a medium saucepan, combine milk, cream, sugar and vanilla paste.Cook over medium heat until mixture comes to a simmer. Off heat.
Stir in soften gelatin leaves until all well combined.
Transfer into a clean bowl, fold in vanilla paste and stir to well combine. Allow to cool to room temperature.
Pour into separated glasses contained the set mango jelly has just set earlier. Allow to refrigerate until set.
Just simply share the song, it is really touched to my heart. One of the best love songs that I had ever heard these days.
1) decorate with nata de coco onto the jelly, and spoon 1 tbsp of the juice from the nata de coco over the jelly.
2013 Christmas has just passed. New year is in few days. The last meal I served would be captured here for purely sharing. ^_^
Pan Fried Salmon with Cauliflower puree, garnish with potato crisp
HAPPY Welcoming NEW YEAR 2014. Thank u for all your supports and love ^_^