Rose, Lychee, and Raspberry Verrine

Source : For The Preparation Soak The Gelatin Sheet In Cold Water Thoroughly Combine The Agar And Sugar For The Lychee Jello For The Rose Panna Cotta Heat...

PreTime
more Minutes
CookTime
a few Minutes
Yield
Some Servings

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at : December 19, 2022

Step:

  1. [For the preparation] Soak the gelatin sheet in cold water. Thoroughly combine the agar and sugar (for the lychee jello).

  2. [For the rose panna cotta] Heat the milk in a pot. Add the dried rose petals and cook over low heat for several minutes until very fragrant. Remove from heat and let it steam.

    Rose, Lychee, and Raspberry Verrine recipe step 2 photo
  3. After it has steamed for 10 or more minutes, strain through a tea strainer. Use a spatula to press out every last drop. Add the granulated sugar and heat to 60°C.

    Rose, Lychee, and Raspberry Verrine recipe step 3 photo
  4. Once it reaches 60°C, remove from heat. Add the gelatin to dissolve, then add the heavy cream. Pour into cups and let it cool and set.

    Rose, Lychee, and Raspberry Verrine recipe step 4 photo
  5. [For the raspberry jello] Thoroughly combine the raspberry purée, water, and granulated sugar. Remove 1/3 and heat on the stove.

  6. Once it reaches 60°C, remove from heat and add the gelatin to dissolve. Add the remaining purée water mixture and stir. Place the bowl into a bowl filled with ice water to chill.

  7. After it has chilled for several minutes, pour over the completely set rose panna cotta. Let it chill and set.

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  8. [For the lychee purée] If you are going to purée the lychee by hand, remove the skins and the seeds. Add 10% of the lychee weight in sugar and mix together with a blender.

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  9. Thoroughly combine the purée and water. Heat half of the mixture on the stove until it reaches 85°C. Remove from heat and add the combined agar and sugar.

  10. Place into a Tupperware or plastic container and let it chill to set. Once it has set, remove from the refrigerator and use a spoon to break it apart. Pour the broken up jello into the cups and decorate with peeled lychee.

  11. These are the lychee that I used. I bought some green ones which had a very rich flavor.

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  12. This is the raspberry purée that I always use.

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  13. This is a German brand of gelatin. It has very little of the characteristic gelatin smell, and creates a translucent finish.

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  14. These are the dried rose petals that I used. (I used red petals this time.) Ito-en was selling them in unpackaged, loose form from 10 g.

    Rose, Lychee, and Raspberry Verrine recipe step 14 photo

Ingredients

  1. [For the Rose Panna Cotta]
  2. 200 ml Milk
  3. 50 ml Heavy cream (47% fat)
  4. 25 grams Granulated sugar
  5. 4 grams Gelatin sheet
  6. 2 grams Dried rose petals
  7. [For the Raspberry Jello]
  8. 50 grams Raspberry purée
  9. 50 grams Water
  10. 10 grams Granulated sugar
  11. 2 grams Gelatin sheet
  12. [For the Lychee Jello]
  13. 50 grams Lychee purée
  14. 200 grams Water
  15. 25 grams Granulated sugar
  16. 8 grams Pearl Agar 8
  17. 12 Lychee

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