Tiramisu 意式提拉米苏

28 Feb

A Classic Italian Dessert- 【Tiramisu】, means “Pull Me Up” in English

This week, I am going  to make a classic Italian Dessert – Tiramisufor you.

Tiramisu in English, literally means “Pull Me Up“. It is just exactly the phrase that I have been thinking over again and again in these days. I hope someone could pull me up into the sky and let me feel the free of flying , someone could pull me up from the stress, let me feel the ease of life, someone could pull me up and bring me back to the childhood for enjoying the  pure pleasure. Unfortunately, some of my ‘wishes’ couldn’t  immediately come true. But there is one thing that could pull myself up, which is to immersing  myself into the pure enjoyment of making a rich and indulgent Tiramisu for myself and my friends.

To make a classic  and delicious Tiramisu is not that difficult as you might think before, conversely,  it is really simple and only takes you 15 min to prepare and finish all the process. I bet all of you could finally make a piece of indulgent cake by yourself. Have you decide to have a try on it and Why not?

There are three core ingredients in making this classic dessert- Lady/Sponge Fingers (They are called savoiardi in Italian), Mascarphone Cheese and a flavour with liquor and Strong Espresso.

Now, follow me and to make a unique  Tiramisu for yourself and hopefully it will pull you up !~


Directions:


1. Whip the Heavy Cream until evenly Blended: Put the Heavy Cream in a large bowl, whisk the cream until evenly blended.


2. Add Egg Yolk and Sugar into the Heavy Cream mixture. Whisk until they are thoroughly combined as Heavy Cream Mixture.


3. Quick Stir the 250g Mascarpone cheese in another bowl to loosen it up.

4. Add the Heavy Cream Mixture and Mascarpone Cheese together. Whisk until two mixtures completely combined and looks thick and creamy.   (Mascarpone Mixture)

5. Make a cup of strong Espresso (50ml) and let it cool.

6. Dip some  Lady Fingers into the Espresso and use them to line the base of four serving glasses (breaking them into shorter lengths to fit the glasses). Put the coffee into a shallow dish and dip in a few sponge fingers at a time, dipping for few seconds  until they are nicely soaked, but not soggy.

7. Spoon or pipe over a layer of the Mascarpone Mixture on the soaked lady fingers.

8. Repeat layering the dipped Lady Fingers and Mascarpone Mixture until you reach the top of the glasses and finishing with the creamy layer.

Decorate it: You can decorate it to be your own style,  I pour yoghurt at the bottom and add some strawberries and blueberries in the middle layer to decorate my Tiramisu, as it could bring fresh into the dessert.

9. Cover and Leave it in your Refrigerator for 2 hours or overnight and Dust with sifted Coca Powder on the top to Serve. This can be kept in the fridge for up to 2 days.


意大利-提拉米苏

Directions:

制作方法:

  1. 将120ML淡奶油打发均匀
  2. 将蛋黄和糖加入淡奶油中,打发,使其打发成奶糊状即可。
  3. 把250g马斯卡彭芝士放入另一碗中,用搅拌器打至松发。
  4. 把3中的马斯卡彭芝士和2中的淡奶油奶糊,均匀搅拌在一起,制成提拉米苏的芝士馅。(Mascarpone Mixture)
  5. 冲一杯50ml的意式浓缩咖啡,放凉 (Sarah本来想用illy的Espresso,不过忘了去Sainsbury’s买了,就用了Starbucks的Colombia Medium的instant coffee代替)
  6. 取几根手指饼干,在咖啡中快速浸泡下,然后铺入玻璃杯(容器)底部
  7. 在底部放有手指饼干的玻璃杯(容器)中,倒入一部分4中的芝士馅。
  8. 再在芝士馅上铺上一层被咖啡浸泡过的手指饼干,再倒上芝士馅,至装满,抹平。
  9. 放入冰箱冷藏2-4个小时以上。吃之前撒上些可可粉即可。


More Recipes for “Tiramisu”

You could find more recipes of “Tiramisu” from the Image links I given below, or click“Recipes Resources” links at the right column of the“Dessert.S” .

Have a try on making your own simple Classic Italian Tiramisu. To make a simple and lighter version, I didn’t  add any alcohol in my recipe as I want to have a taste of very original rich and indulgent  flavour of itself. Normally, some Tiramisu Recipes would add  Masarla Wine (or Brandy or Rum or Tia Maria) to give its richer flavour.

Sarah还整理了些其他制作意式提拉米苏的方法,Links就在滚动框中,点击下面图片便可进入查看。

(如果没有‘Mascarphone Cheese’的童鞋,没有关系,可以用’Cream Cheese‘代替,具体方法可以参看最下面来自Chinese Blogger-Junzhi的做法。)

很多制作Tiramisu的Recipes中会加上另一个很重要的材料-朗姆酒,Sarah在这里没有加,大家可以去买Masarla Wine,Rum,Brandy加到配方中,与咖啡混合,制作出口感更丰富浓郁的提拉米苏。

你可以在边栏的“Recipes Resources”或“Blog Roll”找到更多的制作方法。

周末空闲的时候,尝试花30分钟时间做下这款非常简单,经典的意式甜点-提拉米苏吧 !~

Gordon Ramsay's Easy Tiramisu

A Classic Recipe from 'Italian Food Forever'

Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi's version of Tiramisu has a light set.

A Tiramisu Recipe from Chinese Blogger- Junzhi If you do not have "Mascarphone cheese' at hand, try to use 'Cream Cheese' instead. This recipe would help you.


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16 Responses to “Tiramisu 意式提拉米苏”

  1. Lee February 28, 2011 at 7:40 AM #

    I love this dessert!!! an amazing yaaaaaaaaaaaammy look!!! Sharon, you’ll do it for me when you back home right?!!

    • SarahWW March 3, 2011 at 12:11 AM #

      haha~Lee, thanks for leaving comment~!You just sit the Sofa!(hearing envy from Sharon) haha~I bet she will make it for you but not promise its taste!~haha~lol(just kidding…)and do let me know how great it is if she makes one for you!~:)

      @SarahWW,XX

  2. Xi Wang February 28, 2011 at 7:47 AM #

    what a awesome dessert! I am looking forward to taste it.

    • SarahWW March 3, 2011 at 12:14 AM #

      haha~ Sharon, you did’t get the sofa!~ but you witnessed its birth~! How does it taste, tell everyone here!~haha~

      @SarahWW, XOXO

  3. jassie February 28, 2011 at 9:17 AM #

    i LOVE tiramisu!!! u r such a genius and this is gonna be wonderful.

    • SarahWW February 28, 2011 at 10:05 AM #

      haha~ thanks Jassie! I am a big fan of it as well~your compliment is such a big encouragement for me~ and you really PULL ME UP now! 🙂 lov you~

      @SarahWW,XX.

  4. Jill March 2, 2011 at 11:13 PM #

    Sorry dear, I’m late. The tiramisu looks amazing. I guess it must taste so as well. I noticed you didn’t use liquor. I really recommend tiramisu from California Pizza Kitchen in LA. You should try it when you come here, lol

    • SarahWW March 3, 2011 at 12:32 AM #

      Jill,you always be with me~haha! lov you~ yep! I apologize as there is no liquor at hand when I was making it, but allegedly, the traditional recipe with no liquor in it~ (ok, see it as my excuse …)I’m dying to go back Shanghai and explore more fantastic cafe with you!!!!~ Miss you!~
      Keep Tuned!!!~haha~ a new post will be shortly posted!~

      @SarahWW, XOXO

  5. dailuoman March 13, 2011 at 9:46 PM #

    我在市中心买不到马斯卡堋芝士。现在morrision也没得买了~

    • SarahWW March 14, 2011 at 3:39 AM #

      你可以去Sainsbury‘s看看~要不慢点我去的时候帮你带一盒~

      • dailuoman March 15, 2011 at 10:02 PM #

        我后来去Morrison买了!按照你的样式!做啦! 真不赖~期待你的新作!

  6. yuyezly March 18, 2011 at 8:35 PM #

    哈哈,很喜欢的哝,什么时候再做呀,就期待你的cheese蛋糕

    • SarahWW March 19, 2011 at 1:40 AM #

      haha ~谢谢~我已经post了一篇cheesecake了~去看去看!~mua!

      @SarahWW

  7. lillagreca March 19, 2011 at 1:12 PM #

    Tiramisu happens to be one of my favorite desserts and I have tried many different recipes (most of them turned out great)..This looks like a wonderful recipe and I love the presentation! Very pretty and tempting!

    • SarahWW March 19, 2011 at 6:31 PM #

      Hi~Lillagreca~ Tiramisu is also one of my favourite desserts ~! I am so glad you like the post~! I did some diy on my own Tiramisu, put some strawberries, blueberries and yoghurt make it tastes a bit more fresh~not too creamy~ thx for your compliment and I will post it on the “Have Your Comments on Tiramisu” ~check it out~!https://sarahww.wordpress.com/2011/03/06/your-comments-on-tiramisu/

      @SarahWW,XOXO

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