Friday, 11 May 2012


Never have I thought that one day, I'll be making this Italian dish. I'm not very fond of coffee for it gives me back pain. *Dark Shadow mode* But after my very own mascarpone cheese experiment, I decided to give Tiramisu a try. It is very easy to make, no baking is required but the ingredients are pricey-and that would be another reason why I never thought of making one before.

The taste is a lot like bahulu but it's harder and less sweet

Oh, and another good reason why I never thought of making Tiramisu before is because I never had left over yolks in the fridge.

This is my version of mascarpone cheese
This is the result using 1 pint of whipping cream
So, here's my version of Tiramisu:

4 egg yolks
3 tbs sugar
2 c mascarpone cheese

24 lady fingers
1 can of nestle mocha *the most "coffee" I can think of ><"*

Grated chocolate *I don't have cocoa powder*

Firstly, prepare a bain-marie and whisk eggs yolks and sugar until it becomes sort of like custard. Now, this custard is called zabaglione and it can be eaten just like that. I mean, with fruits or whatnot. Then let it cool.

When your zabaglione is has cooled, beat it with mascarpone cheese.  

Then, dip the lady fingers in mocha. I prefer it to be soggy but most of the recipe I googled warns us not to dip it until soggy *Perhaps I just don't have that Italiano taste bud*

Just to test whether the one I dip is soggy or not, there are some part I dipped longer.
Then pour half of the mascarpone cheese+zabaglione batter and spread evenly. Lay the lady fingers again and pour the other half batter and spread. Grate some chocolate on top but if u have cocoa powder, put cocoa powder on top instead. Chill for 8 hours but mine is only for 1 hour :P

The verdict: I should've make more mascarpone cheese! 


Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

You have this simple version of Tiramisu, sound yummy too.

Navaneetham Krishnan said...

I have never made tiramisu before because I thought its like a very difficult recipe. After your sharing, I am going to try soon because looks so yummy, moreover many of my friends have been asking me to make some for them.

Anonymous said...

em wait, your version of mascarpone cheese is just a pain youghart rite?