Tiramisu is a cold dessert that is mounted in layers
- 300g sugar
- 6 eggs
- 2 tubs of mascarpone cheese
- 1 box of biscuits
- Soluble coffee
- Chocolate powder
- Beat egg whites until stiff and add the sugar.
- In another bowl, mix three egg yolks with two tablespoons of sugar and mascarpone cheese.
- Mix with the egg whites until stiff.
- Dip biscuits in coffee.
- Place a layer of biscuits dipped in a tray.
- Place a layer of cream on top of crackers
- Put another layer of cookies and other cream to the desired thickness (ending with a layer of cream).
- Finally, sprinkle cradle chocolate powder layer.
- Keep it in the refrigerator at least an hour.
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(Above Recipe courtesy of Ms. Fina Mora , a resident of San Fulgencio)
Traditional tiramisu contains a short list of ingredients: finger biscuits, egg yolks, sugar, coffee, mascarpone cheese and cocoa powder. In the original recipe there is no liquor or egg whites.
The original shape of the cake is round, although the shape of the biscuits favors the use of a rectangular or square pan, spreading the classic image.However, it is also often assembled in round glasses, which show the various layers, or pyramid.
Modern versions have as a rule the addition of whipped cream and / or whipped egg combined with mascarpone cream, in order to make it lighter, thick and foamy. Among the most common alcoholic changes includes the addition of Marsala. The cake is usually eaten cold.
Another variation involves the preparation of the cream with eggs heated to sterilize it, but not so much that the eggs scramble.
Over time, replacing some of the ingredients, mainly coffee, there arose numerous variants such as tiramisu with chocolate, amaretto, berry, lemon, strawberry, pineapple, yogurt, banana, raspberry, coconut, and even beer.
Countless variations of Tiramisu exist. Some cooks use other cakes or sweet, yeasted breads, such as panettone, in place of ladyfingers.
Other cheese mixtures are used as well, some containing raw eggs, and others containing no eggs at all. Marsala wine can be added to the recipe, but other liquors are frequently substituted for it in both the coffee and the cheese mixture, including dark rum, Madeira, port, brandy, Malibu, or Irish Cream and especially coffee flavored liqueurs such as Tia Maria and Kahlua.
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