Queenie and I are back to collaborating on recipes after taking a few months off since Queenie was super busy with work. Once we come up with an idea, Queenie goes and works her magic to develop the recipe.
I like working on simple recipes, something that doesn’t involve hours in the kitchen, and this Mini Matcha (Green Tea) Panna Cotta delivers. It’s easy, super tasty, and involves just a few ingredients.
We worked in Queenie’s new apartment and tried to work quickly to get the best light.
Here’s pour shot #1. Milk mixture and sifted matcha.
Pour shot #2. We used tiny Weck jars which were just the right portion size.
Serve with fresh berries if you wish, but these mini matcha panna cottas are just as delicious as is.
MINI MATCHA (GREEN TEA) PANNA COTTA
Recipe by Queenie Fok for Oh, How Civilized
Makes six mini jars (2.7 oz Weck jars)
Sprinkle gelatin over 2 tablespoons water, set aside.
Pour milk, sugar, and salt into a small pot and bring to a low simmer. In a bowl, sift matcha with a strainer then add 2–3 tablespoons of the warm milk and mix well. Place the strainer on the pot with the warm milk and pour the matcha milk mixture back into the pot.
Add gelatin into the matcha milk and stir until completely melted.
Pour the mixture into six mini jars. Let cool to room temperature before moving them to the fridge. It’ll take 4–5 hours to set.
Optional: Serve with fresh berries.
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