Basundi gives a delicious twist to this Italian dessert. Saffron gives it a rich flavour and the topping of with grapes and kiwis adds freshness to the recipe. You can serve saffron pannacotta in tiny shot glasses at your Diwali party.
The main difference between Italian and Indo Italian dishes is that the dishes which require stuffing, Indian vegetables and masalas replace the authentic Italian ones.
Authentic Italian foods use the typical Italian herbs to flavour but very little chillies. And since we Indians like our food to be spicier, plenty of chilli flakes do the needful.
Prep Time : 1.30-2 hour
Cook time : 41-50 minutes
Serve : 4
Level Of Cooking : Moderate
Taste : Sweet
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