Honey panna cotta with honeycomb and lilac

Honey is one of nature’s most amazing gifts. For thousands of years, people have sworn by its sweet benefits. Honey is beyond sweet, though. It has a vide range of flavors – from fruity, floral, nutty and earthy to spicy – and colors – from light and transparent as water to dark and opaque as molasses. Honey is complex enough to shine by itself. In this delicate dish, the only additional ingredients are cream for its flavor carrying and gelatine for its textural capabilities. In return, the protagonist – honey – is featured in two of its many forms – liquid and comb.

Bring 250 ml heavy cream, 250 single cream and a generous tablespoonful of liquid honey of your choice. Add more honey, if your sweet tooth isn’t pleased. Let 6 gelatine leaves bloom and mix them with the hot cream. Transfer the panna cotta liquid to portion molds and allow to set in the fridge.

Remove the panna cotta from the portion molds, decorate with honey comb and lilac blossom.


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Yesterday, I bought some ‘Naked Wild Honey’ laced with jalapeño peppers. Very good and spicy!

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  2. Mums! says:

    That sounds interesting. I’ll need to try that one 🍯 🌶

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