Mulled Wine & Orange Panna Cotta Tart
Happy Birtday :)

It has been 6 months that I decided to build a food blog. I was actually keep getting pushed by my sister for many years. It was not the right time for me back then. So I kept finding excuses not to do it. I usually shut down when I am pushed. I have to come to my own conclusion so I  finally did.

When I decided to do it , there was the’ question! If I can do it? Then I did Mushroom  & Cheese Bread Rolls and enjoyed a lot with all the steps. Since then, I have did my research, got some props and tools and got a lot of support from my sister, my parentsand my friends. They all did a great job by supporting and helping me with anything I need. My mom killed herself to find me amazing props ,  my sister was always there to give me honest feedbacks which were so helpful always. (she is also my biggest fan), Hasan (a very good friend of mine, who takes amazing pictures) taught me many things about photography which I had no clue. And a good guy did the most complicated part for me and made me this beautiful site. I don’t know what I would have done without you guys. Thank you for being a part of me. I love you all.

Then I was very close to going live with the site couple weeks ago but I wanted it to be a lil more special to me and decided to  do it on my Birthday. This is the reason I have made a special tart cake for and my birthdays.

It is pretty easy, you don’t even cook anything other then simmering the panna cotta and making the mulled wine. Honestly speaking it is only time consuming as you need to set three layers about and hour or so. And the garnishes I used are made out of edible chemicals and there are a lot of waiting in the processes. Over all It is amazing so it’s worth it.

5 from 1 vote

Mulled Wine & Orange Panna Cotta Tart

Course Dessert
Cuisine Italian
Prep Time 45 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Setting 3 hours
Total Time 55 minutes
Author Kayra


For Chocolate Base;

  • 140 gr Chocolate (70%)
  • 140 ml Cream (vegan creams work very well too)
  • 200 gr Oats Rolled
  • 30 gr Honey

For Orange Panna Cotta;

  • 250 ml Orange Juice Freshly squized, strained
  • 250 ml Cream (vegan creams work very well too)
  • 10 gr Gelatin (or 5 gr Agar agar for vegan)
  • 30 gr Brown Sugar

For Mulled Wine Jelly;

  • 500 ml Red Wine of Choice
  • 1 pcs Star Anis
  • 1 Stick Cinnamon
  • 2-3 pcs Cardamom
  • 8-10 pcs Black Pepper Corn
  • 1 pcs Bay Leave
  • 6-8 Sliced Orange (fresh ot dried)
  • 10 gr Gelatin (or 5 gr Agar agar for vegan)


For Chocolate Base;

  1. Melt the chocolate and cream in a bain marie.

  2. Add rolled oats & honey and mix until incorporated.

  3. Cover inside your tart pan with cling film or butter paper.

  4. Spread the chocolate base evenly.

  5. Put it in the fridge for 1 hour or until it sets solid.

For Orange Panna Cotta;

  1. Heat half of the cream and  add gelatin, mix  very  well  until  gelatine  complately disolves.

  2. Add, orange juice, the rest of the cream and honey and mix with a spoon (do not use wisk otherwise you will get many boubles that you don not want in your panna cotta).

  3. Take out complately set chocolate base  and  pour  the  panna  cotta  over.  Make sure panna cotta mixture  is not hot otherwise your base will not stay crispy.

  4. Put it back in the fridge for about an hour or until it sets. 

For Mulled Wine Jelly;

  1. Add all ingretients except gelatine in a deep pot and simmer until  the  alcohol  is complately gone.

  2. Add gelatin and  let  it  sit  about  20    minutes or until it is not too hot any more before you put it over  your  panna  cotta.  Otherwise it will melt the  panna cotta and you wont have even leyers.

  3. Pour the mixture over panna cotta carefully and  put  it  back  in  the  fridge  until complately set.  Make sure there are no air boubles before you put it in the fridge to set.

Make sure all is set before you garnish and cut.

  1. Garnish as you like or serve even without garnish. It is so yummy as it is.

If you cook this recipe, please tag me on Instagram #kayracooking  I would love to see 🙂

Bon appétit…


3 thoughts on “Mulled Wine & Orange Panna Cotta Tart
Happy Birtday :)

  1. Awesome blog Gamza! I like it a lot… it’s oozes with your personality, as do your dishes no doubt, and although I’m unlikely to ever really try cooking I will keep an eye on your blog! Happy cooking and scribbling 🙂

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