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If I make a cream covered pancetta pudding thing now will it be soggy by tonight?

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CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 11:40:09

It's a Jamie thing, where you cover a sliced and alcohol dripped panacotta with whipped double cream and chopped almonds.

I don't want it to be a soggy mush by the time guests come.

Advice please.

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 11:40:56

OH GOD I SAID PANCETTA IN THE THREAD TITLE> I Meant panacotta.

policywonk Sat 05-Sep-09 11:44:26

Pancetta pudding. Holy cow. Some people reading this will be suffering from pregnancy sickness, you know wink

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 11:45:33

I know, I don't entertain very often. I don't know what came over me.

whinegums Sat 05-Sep-09 11:55:02

Do you mean pannettone? Italian bread cake thing? Pannacotta is creamy set pudding thing, so wouldn't go soggy.

giraffesCanDanceInTheSunshine Sat 05-Sep-09 12:01:20

I read this as placenta shock

BecauseImWorthIt Sat 05-Sep-09 12:11:13

Even worse, I read your thread title and my brain just changed it automatically. Didn't even notice the mistake!!!

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 12:14:46

OH GOD I DO MEAN PANNATONE. I am a shit cook. I bought the bloody thing yesterday I might start a new thread

BecauseImWorthIt Sat 05-Sep-09 12:17:24

Well, to answer your initial question, it sounds like a very simple dish to assemble, so why can't you do it at the last minute?

Why not slice/prepare everything beforehand, and then add the cream/alcohol (or whatever you're putting on the bacon/pannacotta/pannetone!) at the last minute?

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 12:17:39

Please see new, correct thread.

<bangs head on worktop>

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 12:18:07

OK Thanks BIWI

policywonk Sat 05-Sep-09 12:25:22

Have a good evening and, erm, good luck to your guests grin

dizzymare Sat 05-Sep-09 12:26:30

Must be tired, I read this as a 'cream covered placenta pudding'blush

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 12:26:47

lol. It will be a culinary adventure that's for sure

TrillianAstra Sat 05-Sep-09 12:44:07

ROFL.

Yes, it will. But that might be good, I always find <those Italian bread cake size-of-your-head things> a bit dry. Soggy like tiramisu is soggy = good.

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 12:47:04

I can't believe I'm such a numpty

sophietom Sat 05-Sep-09 12:52:41

just clicked on this as I was disturbed by the idea of a creamy bacony pudding grin
Heston Bloomineck eat yer heart out

CybilLiberty Sat 05-Sep-09 12:57:30

no it's just me being a prat

whinegums Sat 05-Sep-09 13:50:46

ROFL. Give us a quick precis of the recipe. I'm with TrillianAstra - when it comes to Italian cake-based puddings, soggy (i.e. full of booze) is good!

When it comes to pork-based puddings, soggy guests full of booze can be the only way grin

BananaPudding Sat 05-Sep-09 14:41:40

This reminds me of the episode of Friends when Rachel makes a trifle with cake, jam, cream and beef. Then can't understand for ages why the rest don't seem to like it!

TrillianAstra Sun 06-Sep-09 02:07:21

I think the trifle and cottage pie pages got stuck together in her cookbook.

Joey loved it!

CybilLiberty Sun 06-Sep-09 11:22:50

It was a triumph! And I got the name right on the night

TrillianAstra Sun 06-Sep-09 12:42:50

Congrtulations!

policywonk Sun 06-Sep-09 14:40:27

Well done Cybil!

I love that episode of Friends - Elliot Gould is on fire in it.

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