Green Tea Panna Cotta with Candied Boba, Ube Cookie Cream & Dehydrated Strawberry


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Green Tea Panna Cotta
Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk 1 can
Green Tea 2 tbsp
Club House Vanilla Extract, Pure 1 tsp
Cold water 1 tbsp
Powdered gelatin 1/2 oz
Dehydrated Strawberries
Strawberries 5 each
Ube Cookie Cream
Ube polyorone cookies 4 each
Cream 1 cup
Candied Boba
Tapioca pearls 20 each
Water 2 cups
Sugar 1 cup

Instructions

This recipe was created for Club House for Chefs by: Mikel Anthony, Test Kitchen Chef of Chef’s Roll in San Diego.

For the Green Tea Panna Cotta: Bloom gelatin in water. Bring the Club House Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk to a scolding point. Whisk in Club House Pure Vanilla Extract and green tea. Next, add the bloomed gelatin and combine until it dissolves. Strain and pour into desired mold. Refrigerate until it sets.

For the Dehydrated Strawberries: Slice thin and dehydrate over night at 135 degrees Fahrenheit.

For the Ube Cookie cream: Puree until smooth and reserve.

For the Candied Boba: Bring water to a boil. Reconstitute the boba. Remove and set aside. Place 1 cup of water back into pot with 1 cup sugar. Reduce down to a simple syrup. Place the boba back in and cook gently until coated with syrup for approximately 3-5 minutes.

For Serving: Place cookie cream on plate, panna cotta, boba, and sprinkle ube crumb. Finish with strawberries around the panna cotta.

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