Normal Eggless Tiramisu
- 1 cup (240 ml; 8 oz) whipping cream
- 1 cup (225 g; 8 oz) Mascarpone cheese
- 2-3 Tbs sugar to taste
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 Tbs amaretto or rum
- 2 1/2 cups (591 ml; 20 oz) strong cold coffee
- 200 g (about 7 oz) ladyfingers
- cocoa for dusting
Whip cream, sugar and vanilla. Add Mascarpone cheese and amaretto or rum.
Pour coffee into a shallow dish. Dip enough ladyfingers in coffee to cover the base of a 6×9 inch (15×24 cm; 4 cups volume) square dish. Add a part of the cream mixture and level out. Repeat layers 1 or 2 times, ending with the cream.
Cover and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Dust with cocoa before serving.
Twisting the recipe:
Option one: Instead of amaretto or rum cut back on the coffee and add more Tbs of Kalhua or Cinnamon Kalhua
Option two: instead of lady fingers use your favorite sponge cake and slice it thin. With that you can leave out the coffee and add strawberries or cherry’s with a cherry liquor.
Option Three: Add cinnamon to the cocoa you dust on the top.
Taste of Home has a new magazine: Master Chef, yes it was inspired by the TV show. It has lots of recipes as well as interesting articles on chefs. If it continues at the pace of it’s premiere issue this looks to be promising new magazine.
The cover of the issue had a Berry Tartlet created by Gorden Ramsey, but the fruit is what we were all looking at.
Flour Tortillas, peaches, or pears or even nectarines, softened cream cheese, cinnamon, brown sugar, maybe even chocolate.
Put the cream cheese on one side of the tortilla add cinnamon or any other seasons you like with the fruit you have chosen.
Lightly sprinkle brown sugar, and add slices of fruit to one side along with a little chocolate chips if you desire.
Fold in half and place in a lightly greased skillet, heat on low remove when chocolate has melted don’t over cook tortilla.
Little brown is good, and a little whipped cream and there you have it. Something refreshing for the end of summer.
This recipe can also be made with apples as well.We found a number of recipes with brie and regular cheese as well.
Get into that kitchen and have a little fun.
We hope they continue with the Master Chef magazine, with the interesting recipes it can expand your creativity too, promoting everyone into the Master Chef of your household.