In the summer of 2018, the Cranberry Festival was held at the University of Delaware. The festival features concerts, a film festival, a tree lighting ceremony, and a live musical performance. I attended the festival hoping to attend the concert and see a live musical performance. Unfortunately, the concert was canceled due to inclement weather. On my way out of the festival, I stopped at the cranberry store nearby and found a new treat for the sweet tooth: the cranberry panna cotta.
At the cranberry festival, the panna cotta was one of my favorite desserts and I’ve made it several times. I decided to combine some of the panna cotta ingredients with some cranberries. I then heated the cranberry panna cotta until it reached the desired consistency and poured it into a half shell mold.
After I mixed the panna cotta, I put it into the panna cotta mold. I put some cranberries, then rolled the panna cotta into a ball and dropped it into the cranberry-filled panna cotta mold. I poured the cranberry panna cotta into a mold and placed the panna cotta in the freezer.
This is one of the easiest cranberry recipes I’ve come across. A few minutes in the microwave will do the trick. To make the panna cotta, start by heating the cranberries with a spoon in the microwave for about 3 minutes, stirring twice with a spoon. While that’s happening, pour in the panna cotta with a spoon, stirring once more with the spoon.
The panna cotta is a great base for cranberry panna cotta. It has a good nutty flavor. Since I have a sweet tooth, I added a couple of drops of orange zest, a teaspoon of cream, and a splash of orange juice. I added some walnuts (in the form of pecans) for a little extra crunch. Lastly, I drizzled a little bit of orange zest on the top. It looks pretty.
This is a great base recipe. I can see it being a great addition to a hot summer brunch. You can add a few of your favorite toppings. It also makes a great sandwich spread. You can take it to a party or serve it with a salad as a light lunch.
I am constantly disappointed by cranberry sauces. Most cranberry sauces just taste like water. I wanted a sauce that had a little bit of tang and taste of citrus. I found a few recipes online which were just a little bit more than that. This one is a bit less tangy, but still has a little bit of zest. I could see this being a great addition to summer cocktails.
I found a recipe online that made a decent cranberry sauce but was a little on the sweet side, like a caramel sauce. If you add sugar, you can get a bit more zesty, but you do need to be careful because if you use too much sugar you can create a syrup that can turn into a liquid after you add the water. I used a 2 1/2 cup water, 1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup lemon juice, and 1 tablespoon butter.
This sauce goes right back to the cranberry season. You can use cranberries from October right up until Thanksgiving, and you can even make it at the end of December.
I like cranberry sauce, and I’m not a big fan of sweet sauces, but I can make this at the end of December without having to wait until the holidays. I use a two 12 cup water, 14 cup sugar, 14 cup lemon juice, and 1 tablespoon butter.