Mushroom Panna Cotta with Rosemary (11 February 2016 )


For two years ago I prepared this delicious mushroom pannacotta to some ladies who used to live in Sao Paulo. The menu was composed of 5 dishes and all dishes were vegetarian. One dish that everyone liked a lot was this simple mushrooms panacota. It is perfect to serve as a starter or works very well for a coctal party. You can prepare it one day before and just before serving decorate with parmesan flakes.

Mushrooms pannacotta

6 appetizers or mini starters  
50g forest mushroom or mushrooms chestnut
1 tablespoon butter 2.5 dl cream
0.25 mushroom stock cube
0.75 gelatin sheet 1 milliliter
1 tabelspoon soya  

Parmesan flakes 
30 grams of Parmesan cheese  
1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh rosemary   HOW TO?   The mushroom panna cotta: Add the gelatine in cold water. Finely chop the mushrooms and fry in butter soft. Pour in the cream and add half a stock cube. Heat over medium heat until the cream had a boil, stirring occasionally so that the fungus does not burn. Remove the gelatine leaf and squeeze it, stir it together with soya in the hot cream. Allow to cool and then pour into small shot glasses. Set in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours or overnight.   Parmesan: Preheat the oven to 225 degrees. Grate the Parmesan cheese and place in 6 small mounds on a baking sheet covered plate. Let the cheese melt in the oven, about 3-5 minutes, holding the cheese under supervision so that the chips do not fuel! Allow to cool before carefully loosen them from the baking paper.   Serving: Mince the fresh rosemary and sprinkle on top of the panna cotta and place one on top parmesantflarn shot glass, or insert it into the panna cotta. Serve!