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Gryffindor Jelly Panna Cotta Recipe | Great Hall Feast | My Harry Potter Kitchen (Recipe #44)

Welcome back to another recipe from My Harry Potter Kitchen! This is the YouTube series where I'm baking my way through the Harry Potter books, whipping up magical recipes for every item of food and drink we find. Last week we created a Butterbeer Trifle Recipe inspired by the Great Hall Feast!

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Let's head back into Chapter Seven of the Philosopher's Stone - 'The Sorting Hat' for our next recipe

"A moment later the puddings appeared... strawberries, jelly"

For this entry into The Great Hall Feast I decided to combine the next two recipes into one and conjure up this Strawberry Jelly Panna Cotta recipe!

This Strawberry Jelly Pan Cotta recipe is an elegant two layer dessert that is the perfect end to your dinner party. The strawberry jelly layer provides a sharp sweetness that beautifully complements the homemade strawberry panna cotta on top!

Gryffindor Strawberry Jelly Panna Cotta Recipe Ingredients:

(makes 1 large jar)

For the jelly layer

  • 1 packet jelly

  • 500ml water

  • 100g strawberries

For the mousse layer

  • 14g gelatine powder

  • 125ml water

  • 250ml milk

  • 250ml double cream

  • 200g golden caster sugar

  • 150g strawberries

To decorate

  • strawberries

  • whipped cream

  • mint

Gryffindor Strawberry Jelly Panna Cotta Recipe Method:

  1. To begin prepare your strawberry jelly by placing the jelly mixture into a bowl and adding just enough boiling water to dissolve. Top up to 500ml with cold water. Pop into the fridge to chill while you prepare your strawberries.

  2. Wash the strawberries, remove the stalks and then chop into small chunks. Place your glasses at an angle in a cupcake tray and then spoon the strawberry pieces in. While keeping the glass angled, slowly pour the jelly mixture over right until it reaches the top of the glass. Place in the fridge to set for at least an hour.

  3. To create the panna cotta layer, bloom the gelatine by adding the gelatine powder and water to a small bowl and leave for 5 minutes until thick and gloopy.

  4. Cut the remaining strawberries and then blend in a food processor until smooth. Pass through a sieve to remove the seeds.

  5. Place a saucepan on a medium heat and then add in the milk and cream until hot but not boiling. Stir in the bloomed gelatine, sugar and puree and continue whisking until dissolved.

  6. Transfer to a jug and place clingfilm over the top to stop a skin forming. Once the jelly has set stand the glasses up the right way (the slanted jelly layer should hold its shape) and then pour in the panna cotta mixture right to the top. Return to the fridge to set for at least an hour.

  7. Once ready, decorate with your choice of cream, strawberries and mint

With this dessert, the Gryffindors have won the house cup - and Quidditch season hasn't even started!

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