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Recipe For Lemon Myrtle Panna Cotta — 36 Comments

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  3. I love using lemon myrtle! I once got it as a present from Lorraine from Not Quite Nigella as a gift. I loved it lemony flavour a lot! Your panna cotta is a real winner, I say! 😉

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    • What a lovely gift 🙂

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  4. Just like taking in a spoon of springtime freshness. Lemons, raspberries in cream in one perfect little bite. I wonder what substitutes you could use for lemon murtle?

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    • I think you could try lemon verbena – or even lemon thyme. It won’t be as strong, but it will still be great 🙂

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      • Good thinking… Have a good weekend. BAM

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        • thanks BAM, and you too 🙂

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  5. Simply delicious, I’ve never heard of lemon myrtle before and now I’m wondering what it smells and tastes like!

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    • It has the most amazing lemon smell – can I post you some?

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      • What a kind suggestion Tandy, I know Myrtle grows in France (the alps are covered in Myrtle) so I’m going to ask a couple of friends who know about gardening and herbs. One friend grows and makes wonderful lemon verbena tea, which is high on my list to grow. So thank you, I’ll ask around here first. Hope you have a super day !

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        • oh, I did not know that about myrtle – I hope you can find some 🙂

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  6. Did you add the lemon myrtle in a liquid form? I don’t really know what it is other than some type of herb? The panna cotta looks amazing.

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    • It is a herb, and I added it in its natural (dried) form 🙂

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  7. You have inspired me, Tandy. I love panna cotta. It is such a light and tasty dessert but I haven’t ever made it.

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    • I hope you enjoy making it 🙂

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  8. This is so pretty, Tandy! We always ordered panna cotta at our Italian restaurant (in younger years) and had forgotten about it! Now I can make my own!!

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    • I had never tried it before as I always thought it would be too much like jelly! I loved it 🙂

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      • It’s quite creamy in texture, as I recall:)

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        • very creamy!

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  9. Never have had it, never have made it, but this looks like a great one to try out! Thanks!

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    • It is so easy and so tasty – now all I need to do is buy some small espresso cups to make it again 🙂

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  10. What a wonderful dessert, love the flavors.

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    • thank you Greg 🙂

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  11. That looks wonderful, Tandy. I was just reading up on lemon myrtle after seeing your post. It sounds like a really healthy ingredient. xxx

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    • It is wonderful AD 🙂

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  12. I love panna cotta but haven´t made it for years. The lemon myrtle sounds fantastic – will have to look out for a plant here but don´t recall ever having seen it 🙁

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    • I am going to get myself some lemon verbena as we don’t get lemon myrtle here either 🙂

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  13. The smell of lemon myrtle is so Australian to me. I love it! 😀

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    • This was a gift from Australia and I am treasuring it together with some honey I got as well 🙂

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  14. Looks fantastic Tandy. Please can you send a serving down my way…
    🙂 Mandy

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    • wish I could Mandy xox

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  15. It looks beautiful Tandy!

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    • thank you so much 🙂

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  16. This really seems like a simple but delicious recipe to make. And I love a easy delicious recipe to try. You did a great job with it Tandy 🙂

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    • thanks Kay, it was really easy 🙂

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