How to Make Easy Tiramisu
This is a mouth-watering take on the traditional tiramisu. In just 5 minutes and with no eggs required, it’s super sweet and looks pretty sexy. This makes it perfect for the holiday season or your next dinner date! Additionally, you can use my all-time favourite chocolate biscuits and decadent Nutella to make this fantastic easy tiramisu in no time.
Furthermore, tiramisu is a traditional Italian dessert popular in northern Italy, especially in Veneto and Lombardy. It’s made with ladyfingers dipped in coffee and layered with mascarpone cream, cocoa powder, or chocolate shavings. Tiramisu can be served either dusted with cocoa powder or topped with whipped cream and cocoa powder.
With this easy tiramisu recipe, you’ll have a guaranteed hit for any occasion, and all your friends will be asking for the recipe! Not only can it be prepared in no time, but it also requires no eggs. This makes it the perfect choice to impress your guests with something delicious yet quick.
Vincenzo’s Top Tips To Make Easy Tiramisu
The flavour of this tiramisu cream is all about your tastebuds. Try it to see if its sweet enough and if not, add extra vanilla or sugar.
Make it special
To serve the tiramisu in a very nice way, you can look for the beautiful glass you have available
Layers on layers
To make it more beautiful, proper and nicely done layering of the ingredients make it more look delicious
Wait, wait and wait.
Chill the tiramisu for at least 4 hours or overnight to allow the flavours to meld together and for the dessert to set properly.
Do not overbeat your eggs.
Be careful not to overbeat the egg yolks and sugar, as this can cause the mixture to become too thick.
- Medium size mixing bowl
- Hand mixer
- 1 Special glasses
- 250 grams Mascarpone
- 150 grams Ricotta
- Vanilla essence
- 2 tbsp Sugar
- 2 Large cups of weak espresso coffee chilled
- 1 pac Pan di Stelle chocolate biscuits
- Small piping bag with nutella
- Small piece of dark chocolate
- To make this easy tiramisu, add the mascarpone to your mixing bowl and mix well using a hand mixer.
- Add the ricotta and whip it through using a spatula, then mix through a touch of vanilla essence and 2 tablespoons of sugar. Mix quickly using the hand mixer until you get a creamy consistency.
- Get your special glasses to serve the tiramisu and make sure your coffee is nicely chilled.
- Dip the Pan di Stelle biscuits, one at a time into the coffee for no more than one second, then place it in the bottom of the glass.
- Add 2 tablespoons of the mascarpone cream to the top of the biscuit, patting it down gently with a spoon, then squeeze a thick layer of Nutella over the top.
- Grate some dark chocolate over the top of the Nutella then repeat steps 4 and 5, adding 2 biscuits at a time, until you get the desired height.
- On the final layer of your tiramisu, add the cream only to the top of the biscuits and then grate the chocolate on top.
- E ora si mangia, Vincenzo’s Plate….Enjoy!
How to serve Easy Tiramisu
Lastly, Serve the tiramisu as it is right after you make it. Just have your cream prepared and you can assemble on the spot. If you need to make it before your guests arrive, leave it to chill in the fridge, then take it out 20 minutes before serving to make sure the Nutella has time to soften.
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