Chocolate panna cotta with caramelized nuts, herbal sugar and girl kisses

Chocolate panna cotta with caramelised nuts, herbal sugar and girl's kiss tastes extra good for all chocolate lovers. You can use as much dark chocolate as you like. I like to mix white and dark chocolate. This recipe is suitable for 8 people.

100 g white cooking chocolate

100 g dark cooking chocolate

2 vanilla sticks

1 teaspoon vanilla sugar

4 tablespoons brown sugar

5 dl cream

4 plates of gelatin

Divide the vanilla sticks lengthwise and scrape out the seeds. Put vanilla sticks, seeds, vanilla sugar, sugar, milk and half of the cream in a saucepan. Bring to a slow boil.

Put the gelatin plates in a little cold water. Finely chop the chocolate and place it in a bowl. When the milk mixture boils, add the gelatin plates (squeeze them empty of water first). Bring to the boil again and strain the mixture over the chocolate and stir until it has melted. Finally, stir in the rest of the cream.

Divide the mixture into eight bowls and leave the panna cotta to cool until it hardens, preferably overnight.

Caramelized nuts:

2 dl sugar

4 dl coarsely chopped nuts, e.g. eb mixture of walnuts, almonds, pistachios and hazelnuts

1 pinch finely crushed flaxseed salt

Melt the sugar of the caramelized nuts into golden caramel in a frying pan. Remove the pan from the heat, stir in the nuts and mix well. Pour the mixture over a baking tray with baking paper and sprinkle with a little crushed flaxseed salt. Spread the nuts outwards with two forks. When they are completely cooled, they break into pieces.

Serve chocolate panna cotta with caramelized nuts, herbal sugar and girl's kiss.

You can find the recipe for the herbal sugar HERE and girl kisses, you can find the recipe for HERE .

Chocolate panna cotta with caramelized nuts, herbal sugar and girl kisses
Chocolate panna cotta with caramelized nuts, herbal sugar and girl kisses

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