Bax Bees Honey Panna Cotta, Tireford Farm Yoghurt, Honeycomb

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Premium Supplier 19th January 2017

Bax Bees Honey Panna Cotta, Tireford Farm Yoghurt, Honeycomb

Dessert cooked by Luke McMenamay-Collins during the Cheshire Heat of the North West Young Chef Competition 2015.


  • 240g Honey
  • 250ml Cream
  • 250ml Milk
  • 4 Leaves gelatin
  • 145g Sugar
  • 95ml Water
  • 300ml Yoghurt
  • 10g Glucose
  • 2g Bicarb soda
  • 10g Bee pollen


1. Combine milk, cream and 200g honey in a pan and bring to a simmer. add 3 leaves of gelatin, (soak the gelatin in cold water before using)
2. Transfer to a tray and cool in a fridge over ice.
3. Combine water and 95g of sugar in a pan and bring to a thickened syrup.
4. Add yogurt and remaining gelatin. Churn in an ice cream churner.
5. Combine remaining honey, sugar and glucose in a pan. Bring to 140-150c and whisk in bicarb soda. Immediately transfer to a lined tray and cool in freezer.
6. Portion the panna cotta and combine with sorbet, honeycomb and bee pollen on a plate.

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