We all love desserts and especially from Italy.
I recently went to an Italian restaurant here in Villavicencio called Limoncellos; everything was pristinely perfect from the décor right down to the semi-plastic see-through chairs.
Treasures of Colombia: Panna Cotta (Colombian Street Food)
BY: STACEY-ANN SMITH
My friends and I ordered a few exquisite dishes including Octopus Salad, Seafood Cazuela, and Pasta, of course!
We definitely enjoyed our meal and proceeded to order that final touch to the meal…dessert!
Being that I knew nothing about Italian desserts, my friend Dr. Ligia ordered something called Panna Cotta; two different versions. One was the original from Italy and the other one according to the waiter was the Colombian version.
Italian Dessert Panna cotta
The original version I was told is made out of a special sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded. The cream may be aromatized with coffee, vanilla, or other flavorings; and the Colombian version is a mixture of cheese and pureed passion fruit.
Well, we bought both versions – they were both extremely delicious.
So, if you should visit Italy or any Italian restaurant please order the Panna Cotta.
About the writer:
Stacey Ann Smith is from Kingston, Jamaica. She is an alumna of Camperdown High School and she graduated from The Shortwood Teachers’ College having earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Modern Languages, Spanish and French. Presently, Stacey is an English teacher at a University in Colombia. She describes herself as a vivacious and loving person who also has a passion for traveling, taking pictures, her son Nicholas and Ashley, her adorable feline.
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