Tiramisu (from Italian, spelled tiramisù, meaning “pick me up” or “lift me up”) is a popular coffee-flavored Italian dessert. The recipe has been adapted into many varieties of cakes and other desserts.
- 375 ml whipped cream
- 250 grams mascarpone
- 36-40 wafers
- 3 tablespoons powdered sugar
- 75 grams milk chocolate
- 250-300 ml Coffee
- For a Tiramisu you need wafers, mascarpone, cream, sugar, chocolate, coffee and fruit if you have something at home, and you can use them too. Chocolate melt on as team bath.
- Whipped cream is beaten to maintain its shape.
- Mascarpone we have scrubbing well with powdered sugar and then mixed with cream we have beaten hard. We divided the composition into two parts one of them adding melted chocolate.
- In a round tray with ring, we put a little star wafers soaked in coffee. Then we put on half a cracker sides, without being soaked in coffee, just as they are directly in the package. We put then a layer of white cream then again a state of wafers soaked in coffee and cream after a layer of chocolate. We gave everything in the refrigerator for several hours or as much your heart let you.
- To this summer tiramisu we have added some raspberries on top, cold, sweet and sour, cream chocolate directly over it. A madness of flavors, tastes and only good for sunny days, hot even. So we’ve relaxed a bit with this little tiramisu made and installed.
To make a great Tiramisu there are some secrets you should know:
Use quality and natural ingredients (not produced in the envelope, like synthetic whipped cream) use flavored coffee and natural flavors (rum, lemon, brandy, or coffee liqueur).
Cream is three-quarters of the success of the cake. Consequently, we may choose, or use mascarpone or cream only preparing the cheese and sour cream.