Serves five to six people 可供5至6人享用
For the jelly 果冻做法
250g fresh berries (raspberries, blueberries and/or strawberries) 250g鲜莓（覆盆子，蓝莓和/或草莓）
1 orange, zest and juice only 1个桔子，只要皮和果汁
100g white sugar 100g白糖
3 gelatin leaves, soaked in cold water for five minutes 3片明胶叶，在冷水中浸5分钟
120 ml of water 120ml水
For the vanilla panna cotta 香草奶油布丁做法
500ml double cream 500ml高脂浓奶油
80g castor sugar 80g精白糖
4 gelatin leaves, soaked in cold water for five minutes 4片明胶叶，在冷水中浸4分钟
1 vanilla pod, seeds only 1个香子兰荚，只取种子
For the panna cotta, simmer the cream and sugar in a pan over low heat until the sugar dissolves.
Remove the pan from the heat. Drain the soaked gelatine leaves, and add the leaves to the cream mixture.
Stir the gelatin into the cream mixture until combined, and leave it out until it cools to room temperature.
While it’s cooling, make the jelly. Cook the berries in sugar with juice for 20 minutes, then spoon out the berries and put the fruit in a serving glass (any type will do). Add the gelatin leaves to the berry juice and let it cool.
When the panna cotta mixture has thickened slightly, stir in the
vanilla seeds. Then, add the mixture (make sure it’s cool) on top of the berries in the glass. Let it cool in the fridge for 30 minutes to set.
Finally, add the jelly (the berry juice that was cooling), whipped cream (optional) and fresh berries.
Executive Chef Rob Cunningham began his culinary career at the age of 16. He has been cooking for 27 years, working in some of the best French and Italian restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia. In London, he worked at one- and three-star Michelin restaurants, and in Japan, he ran a small boutique hotel and restaurant. Cunningham currently lives in China, where he has resided for the past three years with his wife and two kids, Sachi and Taj. Previously, he was the executive chef at Capital M Restaurant; he currently works with Swire Hotels at The Opposite House and EAST Beijing.
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