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Tiramisu, is a famous Italian desert, typically made of two layers of ladyfingers soaked in espresso coffee, topped with a cream mixture made with mascarpone cheese, alcohol (usually rum), and sometimes a zabaglione, which is a creamy mixture made with eggs and sugar. This recipe is one of the many variations of Tiramisu, using a zabaglione, Amaretto liqeur, Kahlua and rum.
Tags: kahlua, ladyfingers, mascarpone
This Tiramisu recipe uses a Genoise cake instead of ladyfingers.
Genoise is a simple cake made with eggs, sugar, flour and butter. It
also uses two layers of cream, one made with Mascarpone cheese and the
other with whipped cream. For the coffee part, it uses a combination of
Espresso coffee and Marsala wine or brandy. The recipe looks
complicated but it is delicious and quite simple and easy to make.
Tags: mascarpone, whipped cream, Espresso, Genoise, Marsala
Tiramisu is one of the most famous Italian desserts. There are many
variations to this recipe but in almost all of them, basic ingredients
are ladyfingers, Mascarpone cheese, eggs and Espresso coffee. In this
recipe, toasted ladyfingers dipped in Espresso coffee, together with
Mascarpone cheese and a combination of liqueurs make a delicious and
Tags: mascarpone, Marsala, ladyfingers, Espresso, eggs
A variation of Tiramisu that uses cream cheese, in addition to the
mascarpone. Cream cheese is not used in authentic Italian Tiramisu
recipes but in this case, it adds body to the cream mixture. The secret
of this recipe, as well as all Tiramisu recipes, is the quality of
ingredients used, so always chose the best quality ingredients.
A basic Tiramisu recipe that is simple to make and delicious. Like most Tiramisu recipes, this one uses Mascarpone cheese, raw eggs, Espresso coffee and brandy.
A lemon flavored version of the famous Italian dessert, Tiramisu. This Tiramisu uses lemon juice and limoncello liqueur (a lemon flavored liquer) together with eggs and Mascarpone. It is a great alternative to the classic coffee flavored Tiramisu, especially if you like lemon.
Tags: eggs, lemons, sugar, limoncello liqueur, Mascarpone cheese
A great, easy and extremely fast to make Tiramisu, requires no cooking at all. All you need to do is beat some heavy cream and brew some Espresso coffee. The assembly of the Tiramisu takes only a few minutes. This Tiramisu recipe contains no alcohol. If you want to add more coffee flavor to the dessert, you can top the ice cream with a splash of Kahlua or any other coffee liqueur. Tiramisu affogato is one of the quickest, tastiest Tiramisu recipes yet.
Tags: heavy cream, sugar, vanilla ice cream, Espresso coffe, ladyfingers
A classic Italian dessert, Tiramisu is a multi-layered cake consisting of Italian biscuits dipped in Espresso coffee, toppped with a layer or more of cream usually made of eggs, alcohol, cream and Mascarpone cheese. This recipe is one of the best Tiramisu recipes we have tried. It uses a zabaglione cream flavored with Cointreau and rum, a Mascarpone based cream and Amaretti biscuits that have been dipped in an Espresso, Kahlua and brandy mixture. For best results, refrigerate the Tiramisu for at least 3 hours (refrigerate overnight for even better taste). The Tiramisu can be refrigerated for up to a week, with its taste getting better and better with time.
Tags: Mascarpone, whipping cream, Espresso coffee, Cointreau, Kahlua
A Tiramisu recipe using whole eggs (both egg yolks and egg whites), Mascarpone cheese, brandy and Marsala wine. If you cannot find Marsala wine, substitute it with brandy or dark rum.
Tags: mascarpone, Espresso, brandy, Marsala, eggs
This Tiramisu recipe uses raw egg yolks, mascarpone cheese, coffee and
Kahlua or Amaretto. Unlike most Tiramisu recipes, this one does not use
any whipping cream. Instead, it uses double the amount of mascarpone
cheese. Since the eggs are not cooked in this recipe, make sure you use
Tags: mascarpone, Espresso, egg yolks, cocoa