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How to fix Panna Cotta

cgxy96 | Jul 13, 201909:40 PM     5

I used this recipe but doubled the amount to make a cheesecake size panna cotta Also, I added a thin layer of passion fruit jelly at the bottom and planned to invert the whole thing onto a plate. It is not setting properly after leaving it overnight. I think I did not use enough agar agar. Is there anyway I can salvage this recipe or maybe stir agar agar into milk and heat it up then add it into the mixture? The mixture is sort of solid but if you touch the top, it is still creamy.

Vanilla Panna Cotta with Strawberry Sauce (Without Gelatin)

Panna Cotta, also known as Cooked cream, is a wonderful Italian dessert of slightly warmed and flavored cream set into shape using gelatin / agar agar...

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Vanilla Panna Cotta with Strawberry Sauce (Without Gelatin)
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