Pomegranate panna cotta with pear & basil jelly

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Preparation info

  • For

    8

    • Difficulty

      Easy

Appears in

Fusion: A Culinary Journey

Fusion

By Peter Gordon

Published 2010

  • About

Pomegranates originated in the Middle East, somewhere in Persia, between Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran. They are a fruit mentioned in all the main religions originating from the region, and remnants have been found which date back thousands of years. Funnily enough, even though they’re incredibly exotic and don’t grow in the UK, my partner Michael remembers eating them in south London as a wee boy back in the 1950s. So, it might be fair to say th