Vegan Matcha Panna Cotta ~ 純素綠茶奶酪

Vegan Matcha Panna Cotta ~ 純素綠茶奶酪

Yay, my blog 5th Happy Anniversary today 16th August.

Blogging is an amazing world, can’t believe my blog still stay safe here. Thanks for all nice people who follow me since the very beginning 2012. Also, I need to say thank you to some of my loyalty friends, who support me when I get a hard time whenever I cry out for help.

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Vegan Passion-Fruit Panna Cotta ~ 熱情果奶凍

Vegan Passion-Fruit Panna Cotta ~ 熱情果奶凍

Panna cotta (Italian for “cooked cream”) is an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and molded. The cream may be aromatized with rum, coffee, vanilla, or other flavorings.

But if you want me to translate the Panna cotta to Chinese, I just called it ‘奶凍’!. Right? I don’t know even I search the web. They translated to a funny name that I’m not like it at all. Never mind! ‘Panna Cotta’ is nice enough to be named.

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Vegan Almond Panna Cotta ~ 純素杏仁奶酪, 低糖

Vegan Almond Panna Cotta ~ 純素杏仁奶酪, 低糖

What a wonderful weather around us, at least, such waiting for a long, long freezing winter more than 6 months.

Can’t wait to dig out the veg patch, sowing the kale seeds, beet-root seeds, butternut squash and some kind of green vegetables as well, all are ready to get more sunshine and waiting to sprout from the ground.  I do make a wish to the snug will keep away my plants, but unfortunately, they’ve been there already. It can tell because they leave some shiny trail around the patch, and they have been stalking a few of my young plants already. I hate them, sorry for my words, but they’re so nasty. Don’t know how to get rid of them not to eat all my plants.

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Matcha, Soy Milk Panna Cotta (抹茶,豆奶奶凍)

Matcha, Soy Milk Panna Cotta


  1. Matcha ( Japanese Green Tea Powder )            3/4 tsp      (綠茶粉)
  2. Soy Milk ( Sweetened or Unsweetened )             140 ml
  3. Porridge Oats                         2 tbsp
  4. Vanilla Extract                        2 drops
  5. Brown Sugar                          1 1/2 tbsp

Soy milk jelly:

  1. Soy milk     50ml
  2. Konnyaku Jelly Powder ( Vegetarian )     1/2 tsp  ( 果凍粉 )


  1. Cooked adzuki beans         1 tsp   ( 紅豆 )


  • Take 2tbsp of soy milk mix with Green Tea Powder, it may look like paste.
  • Heat the remaining soy milk and oats over a low heat for 2 minutes, keep stirring.
  • Off the heat and add the green tea with milk mixture, keep using a hand whisk to whisk and add the vanilla extract and sugar, test the taste to adjust the sugar.
  • Pour the milk mixture into a glass and keep in the fridge for at least 3 hours to set.
  • Then make the soy milk jelly: Put the milk into the saucepan over a low heat, when it appear steam, stir in the vegetarian jelly powder until all melted.
  • Off heat and pour the jelly on top of the chilled panna cotta. Chill it again in the fridge to set.
  • Before serving, spoon 1 tsp of cooked adzuki beans on top.


  • Matcha powder and Konnyaku powder can find it in Japanese or Chinese supermarket.
  • Adzuki beans can find it in Chinese or Indian supermarket.
  • You can use normal jelly powder instead of Konnyaku powder, because I  am vegetarian, so I need to use it.
  • If you don’t like Matcha powder, you can skip this, just use soy milk and oats, it is fine.
  • Matcha delivers a much higher potency of catechins,chlorophyll, and antioxidants. By weight, matcha contains more antioxidants than blueberrieswolfberriespomegranatesorange juice and spinach.
  • There is evidence from clinical studies that suggests that theanine, when consumed by drinking Japanese green teas, may help to reduce or moderate mental stress responses.