MAGICAL ICE DROP PANNA COTTA DESSERT RECIPE How To Cook That Ann Reardon

MAGICAL ICE DROP PANNA COTTA DESSERT RECIPE How To Cook That Ann Reardon


Welcome to HowToCookThat, I’m Ann Reardon
and this is The Sweetest Thing. This is a new series that I’m doing on my
channel and I’m on a mission to find other people who are as crazy about desserts as
I am. Today we are going to make this incredible
dessert, it looks amazing and it’s inside this ice tear drop which looks impossible
to make but it’s really not that hard to create. Everyone has the potential to be creative
but often they’re just too nervous or too scared to try. We had no TV for ages when I was growing up
so me and my sister always had to come up with creative ideas to keep ourselves occupied.
So one summer day it was really, really hot and we found this sheet of corrugated iron
in the backyard and we thought this will make the best slippery slide ever. So we put it on a slope and then we got the
dishwashing detergent and we squirted that all over it and then we went and got the hose
and just sprayed the hose on. Being the youngest I was super excited, I went ‘I’m going first’
and I ran down and locked my elbows into the grooves and slid down super fast. The only problem was it was old corrugated
iron that we’d found in the backyard and it had been used before and where the nails had
been hammered through and then pulled out, there were like these jagged pieces of metal
sticking up so you can imagine what happened next. It was just like blood and Mum! And
tears and then she fixed it all up, bandaids, I still have got scars on my elbows from it.
And then we were on to the next adventure. I think being bored as a kid actually forces
you to be creative. Whenever we would say I’m bored Mum, she’d say ‘occupy yourself’
so we’d go and think of something to do. So I used to love drawing, I still love painting.
A little while ago, I did this painting which is actually a forgery of a Normal Rockwell
painting called The Runaway, which Jedd really likes now because he likes policemen. He says
he looks at this painting in the morning and looks at the policeman talking to the little
boy. And I also did this other one which you’ve
probably seen on my kitchen wall before which is my version of a family tree and it’s got
different things on there that represent different people in our family. So it’s got the typewriter
there because Dave is a writer, he used to be a journalist, he’s writing a novel. And
it’s got some poems that my kids did and it’s got a little footprint from Jedd because he
was too little to write when I did it. And then it’s got some cooking stuff of course
for me because that’s what I do. And that’s where most of my creative time
and energy and passions go now, into making creative cakes and designing recipes and then
turning them into fun videos. I’m always on the look out for other artistic
and creative people who are doing new things, they’re not just copying everyone else. So I was really excited when I found Mike
Belcher’s feed on Instagram because he had some cool looking desserts on his feed. So we’re going to fly to Melbourne and go
and check them out. Thanks for coming down and visiting us. This is like an ice crystal sculpture around
the dessert, how on earth do you make that. It’s pretty simply once you break it down
to stages. So we have just a normal balloon, we’re going to fill it up at the tap. So we
are just going to remove that air pocket so you get a really nice long stem that comes
all the way up. And then we are hang it from a piece of string
and set it in the freezer. If you want to have a flat bottom you can have a tray and
that will flatten off the bottom here. So this is frozen but not all the way through
… and just like that. So what we do is remove our balloon. That is beautiful. It looks like a glass sculpture. So now we need a blowtorch and we are going
to hit it bang in the middle. We are just going to release all this water which is going
to make it a lot easier to open it up and create a nice big cavity. Beautiful, so we put that back in the freezer
and then move onto the vanilla bean panna cotta. What are the ingredients for that one? So we’ve got water to hydrate our gelatine,
we have our gelatine, milk, castor sugar, vanilla bean and we also have our 35% full
cream. I’ll put all of the recipe quantities on the
HowToCookThat.net website in grams, and ounces and cups and I’ll add a link to that below. What do we do first? We are going to put our cream into the saucepan,
take it to bit of a simmer. Dissolve the sugar. We need to scrape out the seeds and we are
going to put that straight in. And get a bit of heat going through our vanilla bean so
it starts releasing the flavour. While that’s coming to a gentle simmer, we
are going to start hydrating our gelatine. Put it in the there. We are going to remove
it and we are going to add a little bit of our milk. Probably like a third. We are going to get our gelatine, that’s going
to go into our warm cream. Just stir it until it’s melted. Do you want
the rest of this milk? That can go all at once. And then tip it into the glasses. The whole idea of a good panna cotta is that
it should just be set. As it’s on your spoon it should have a gentle wobble to it, it shouldn’t
be firm. When it hops in your mouth it should just dissolve. So just melt in the mouth. Okay so now for that juicy compressed pineapple,
what do we need? So we’ve got a vac pack bag here, we’ll just
open this up. I’ve got my diced pineapple which we are just going to put straight in,
I’ve got our star anise and we are also going to put our leftover vanilla bean from the
panna cotta. So that’s going to go in. So nothing’s wasted. We’re going to get the most bang for our buck
out of that vanilla bean. The sugar is really to taste, it just goes in. Then for us we’ll put it under the vacuum
and seal it all up. If you don’t have a vac pack or sousvide at
home you can just use a food safe watertight plastic bag and submerge that in a pot of
warm water for about 30 minutes and then take it out and leave it in the fridge overnight
for those flavours to infuse. This bit we’re making the mango spheres which
I like because they just pop in your mouth. What is going in these? We have our calcium gluconolactate, we have
our castor sugar and we have our mango and lime puree. What’s the purpose of the calcium salts in
this? All that does is helps create the skin on
the sphere, so we need to have the right amount of calcium to cause a reaction with the sodium
alginate in our bath. It’s just a matter of combining all our ingredients together. Okay so we’ve got a mango, a nice bit of sweetness
and a lime for a little bit of acidity. So now we are just going to pour them into
the mould. These are really creative desserts that you’re making, you obviously like the
creative side of food? Definitely with pastry, I think there’s a
lot more scope for creativity. We like to play and we like to create experiences that
people can have a bit of interaction with the desserts. And this is going into the freezer until it’s
solid, is that right? Yeah it has to be completely solid, so you
can mould it. To make the gel around the outside we have
to make another part don’t we ? Exactly we need to make the bath. So what
we have here is our sodium alginate so that is what’s going to cause the reaction. This is like gelatine but it only gels if
there’s calcium. Yep, exactly so you do need to use a stick
blender. So we have got our water, we’re going to get the stick blender going, we going to
create a little bit of movement so it doesn’t clump. Nearly there. Okay so you just kept going until all those
lumps were gone. We’ve got a bit of a foam going, so we’re
going to leave that for a while. So all those bubbles can disappear. Okay what we’re going to do is put two or
three of these into our sodium bath. So we are just going to keep that agitated, we don’t
want them to sit on the bottom of the mixing bowl. And they look very bright yellow like an egg
yolk. It’s a bit of an illusion, you know you want
to create something so that people go ‘what is that?’ and then when it goes in their mouth
it’s different and that’s a talking point. So when it’s ready after our 3 and a half
minutes, to stop the gelification process we are going to put it in cold water. Now to make those round isomalt decorations,
using powdered isomalt and cookie cutters. We want to create just a nice even layer,
get another silicon mat and we’re going to lay that on top as well because we want to
create a bubble effect. So by putting one on top it conducts the heat a lot nicer as
well so it’s nice and holey and very thin. Okay now can you show me your plating magic
of how you’re going to bring this all together. Okay so what we’re going to do is we’re going
to get some of our compressed pineapple, now you want to keep some of that syrup there
as well because that is full of flavour. Now you add the little micro mint, it’s a
nice little delicate flavour, lemon balm has got a great flavour it goes really well with
the star anice and the sort of Asian flavours. Then we’re going to have our little sugar
disc, that sits nicely on top of that. Balancing on top. Sphere on top and this is where you have to
be careful, this little sphere here is as delicate as a yolk. Centre that, just like that. One more thing
we might just add is a little bit of bling is a little bit of gold leaf. It looks gorgeous. Now we just need to put that in our ice droplet. How did you make sure it didn’t slide on this
plate, how did secure that? Okay we have a frozen plate so as soon as
a little bit of moisture on the bottom of the tear drop hit the bottom of the plate,
it’ll create a nice little bond and it will hold there. That is clever. Okay I’m just going to use a little bit of
the crushed ice and going to put that around to create a little bit of a rustic look. And
then we’ve just got some nice little violets. And these are edible flowers. Yep, edible flowers, so then it’s just a matter
of very gently, very carefully, dropping that bang into the centre there. Wow. Okay can I taste it, that’s what I really
want to do? Exactly let’s just get in there. Mango and pineapple first, hmm and the crunch
of the sugar, that’s good when you eat it all together. A little bit of the creaminess of the vanilla
panna cotta. You’re right that just melts in your mouth. So it looks amazing but it’s my kind of dessert,
it also tastes amazing. I want to just keep eat all of this, I’m going to eat the rest
in a minute but thankyou so much for having me today and showing me all the different
processes and how to make this beautiful presentation, it’s just amazing. Oh thanks for visiting us. Subscribe to HowToCookThat for more cakes,
chocolates and desserts. Click here for the recipe, here for my YouTube
channel, make it a great week and I’ll see you all on Friday.

100 thoughts on “MAGICAL ICE DROP PANNA COTTA DESSERT RECIPE How To Cook That Ann Reardon”

  1. Hi! We really enjoy watching your videos!!!!!!! Keep them coming and follow your heart โค๏ธ. Never let anything stop you from making these cake videos! ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—

  2. Nice work, I loved myself, I activated the bell, I will be immensely happy with retribution on my channel.
    Josi

  3. Amazing. I love how the customer has to reach in side the ice to retrieve their dessert. Convenient and functional.

  4. Really amazing presentation for this mouth-watering dessert …ice drop and mango pulp is really really awesome creation. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Hi chef awesome desssert but plzz tell me what did you mix in mango puree.i didn't get it so plz write it for me..thnx

  6. WOW! WOW! WOW! Your Panna Cotta is beautiful and Iโ€™m sure it tastes Fantastic! I havenโ€™t tried the recipe yet but Iโ€™m excited to give it a GO!!! Your paintings are also WONDERFUL. You are so talented. Love the videoโ€™s Iโ€™ve watched so far! Thanks!

  7. I have this feeling that everything in categories I am interested in was already undiscovered and there's nothing more to be creative about.

  8. amazing!!! but how do you keep the ice shell from melting if it's out for a little bit- like how long exactly does it take for a thin shell like that to melt?! that would be an important thing to know before you actually made one or some for a dinner! It would have to stay in the freezer until presentation i presume?

  9. I love baking and creating.its my whole life. Love making this teardrop. Use this method all the time. Thank you x

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  11. When I saw the mango sphere I thought it was a raw egg yolk and I was like why would I have an egg yolk in my dessert

  12. Iโ€™ve seen a couple of her videos, love the recipes. But can SOMEONE please tell me where sheโ€™s from?! Her accent is killing me

  13. I just love you, such an awesome person. I found your channel last week. I've been watching all of your old vids. Your content is so good.

  14. I came here looking for desserts…

    …why am I traumatized by the thoughts of getting tetanus shots?

  15. Today, I impressed my sister by knowing what panna cotta was.

    Thank you for that, Ann! Proudest moment of my life.

  16. Monty Python here just GET ON WITH IT I literally do not care about your childhood I'm here
    For the food
    Put time-stamps in for people that want to skip your drivel next time, PLEASE.

  17. Liked with reservations. Looked cool. But too many inedible elements. While technically you can eat the teardrop, who really wants to crunch on plain ice for desert? The glass cup that held the desert, also inedible. Shaved ice surrounding teardrop, add some snow cone syrup, then maybe. As for edible flower, I've never had them, do they have a flavor? I didn't see anyone munching ice (which there was a lot of) or flowers. Very pretty, but little substance.

  18. Really interesting! Not sure about the ice drop, that's just fussy for nothing IMO but I like the rest, I'll make a simplified version for my family.

  19. I'd love to make that but umm I'm just a beginner I'm a noob so idk where to get these ingredients or even where to get a mold for the little mango thingy! ๐Ÿ˜ญ I'll never be able to try that. Gotta get my head out of the clouds I guess
    ยฏ_(ใƒ„)_/ยฏ

  20. 0:38 – 1:18 my grandma did (semi) the same thing with her brothers when she was a kid. Except she never told her mom. She got this huge scratch on her arm and she just cleaned it best she could and stuffed it with sand and never told her parents what had happened. She says she has no idea how her mom never noticed or how she didn't get an infection from that

  21. It looks awesome, but the ice drop is a bit over the top. It's not really edible, it's a huge arrangement for a rather small desert (I mean, look at the plate size compared to the actual desert – there's more ice than desert) and before you can eat it, you first have to fiddle it out of the drop. The actual desert looks beautiful and delicious enough, it really doesn't need all the ice.

  22. Sadly vanilla beans are impossibly expensive where I live (Brazil). It's around $7 US for one pod. "And I can hear one of my lazy friends saying, but that ice sculpture is completely useless as you're not gonna eat it and it just makes it harder to get to the desert".

  23. This video is a live recreation of those recipes with the superfluous essays that everyone ends up scrolling through so they can get to the actual recipe.

  24. The topic at the start. Damn. That had me cringing in pain from all my memories of running up a dirt slope and sliding down it… and every other dumb thing i did as a kid.

    In a pinafore. Yes. Short skirt. Yes. Sand burn. Painful as hecc.

  25. I was hoping the droplet would be sugar but it was just water. ๐Ÿ™ Still looks amazing, I'm sure it tastes divine.

  26. the first minute and thirty seconds of this episode is the exact type of energy that makes me think about humanity. like, "yeah we do that. we do that a lot. that's totally normal." and that is ABSOLUTELY wild in retrospect

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