an Italian dessert with coffee and liquor-soaked layers of sponge cake alternating with mascarpone cheese and chocolate.
Tiramisu (from Italian, spelled tiramisù tiramiˈsu*], meaning "pick me up" or "lift
me up") is a popular coffee-flavored Italian dessert. It is made of ladyfingers ...
For a classic Italian dessert, try Giada De Laurentiis' Tiramisu recipe: ladyfingers
soaked in espresso and rum and laced with creamy mascarpone.
Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Tiramisu recipe from Food Network Magazine.
Beat the yolks with the sugar, then whip in the mascarpone and, if you're using it, the brandy. Put the diluted, sweetened coffee in a bowl and add about a tablespoon of brandy (to taste here, assuming you want it). Fill with the mixture, chill for 2 hours, and dust w... More »
This tiramisu recipe features rum and coffee-soaked ladyfingers layered with
mascarpone custard and whipped cream.
Find the recipe for Tiramisu and other marsala recipes at Epicurious.com.
Find the recipe for Tiramisu and other coffee recipes at Epicurious.com.
When I saw all the other Tiramisu recipes posted, I was hesitant to add my one.
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... the mascarpone cream, then spread the remaining mascarpone cream evenly
over the top. Dust the tiramisù with cocoa powder to create a rich, dark topping.