Panna cotta is a traditional Italian dessert from the northern region of Piedmont. The term panna cotta literally means "cooked cream" in Italian. It is a dessert made of sweetened cream thickened with gelatine. The cream may be aromatised with various flavours and the pudding can also be topped with a variety of different ingredients.
Panna cotta is really easy to make and it only requires a few ingredients. I know some people get intimidated when they read “gelatine” in the list of ingredients, but if you follow my recipe, you will not have any problems and you will become a panna cotta expert in no time.
What I like the most about panna cotta is that you can flavour it in so many different ways and always come up with new and exciting combinations. The flavour of this panna cotta is lemon. The panna cotta is then topped with raspberry jelly for a classic flavour pairing, perfect for summer. This dessert has a very sophisticated, yet has a refreshing taste.