Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Eggless Tiramisu

Tiramisu is a well known Italian dssert and the word tiramisu means pick me up or lift me up,this dessert is made with ladyfingers bisucits aka savoiardi, dipped in coffee and layered with whipped mixture of egg yolks and mascarpone cheese, flavoured with wine and cocoa.Actually its really hard to imagine tiramisu without eggs, that too the savoiardi biscuits its quite a challenging bake without eggs. For our this month's of Eggless Baking, Gayathri and Sowmya of Nivedhanams suggested honestly challenged us to make this incredible Italian dessert. Initially i was planning to make an eggless cake for making this layered tiramisu, but while discussing Gayathri was saying that it will be different and  more challenging if we could make a eggless ladyfingers aka savoiardi biscuits. Then i went on searching and finally i got an incredible eggless saviordi biscuits from Aparna's space. After going through her post, seriously i boosted myself and prepared some eggless saviordi biscuits.

Instead of making tiramisu in a round serving dish, i went for individual servings. These individual servings are really amazing and we really enjoyed thoroughly this medium sized individual tiramisu. Eggless tiramisu turned out extremely prefect.Eventhough these eggless ladyfingers dont have that super soft like texture of the regular lady fingers biscuits,they tastes exactly likesuper  nutty shortbreads. I kept my tiramisu for almost two days in fridge to make this biscuits a bit softer.By the way dont expect that these ladyfingers will turn super soft as like those lady fingers biscuits with eggs.

Today is our last day of a month blogging marathon, seriously i enjoyed running this long month and since this week is misc week, am posting some recipes for few events going around this virtual world.Sending to Flavors of Cuisines - Italian event guest hosted by me,event by Julie. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.


 Recipe source : Recipezaar
Eggless Saviordi Biscuits:
4tbsps Sugar
1tsp Vanilla extract
1+1/2cups Butter (unsalted & softened)
2cups All purpose flour
1/2cup Coarsely grounded almonds
Powdered sugar for coating

Beat the sugar and butter,vanilla extract for few minutes, add the flour anf coarsely grounded nuts, make a semi solid dough.

Transfer it to a piping bag,and pipe it over a baking sheet lined over a baking tray with enough spaces.

Or else grease your hands and make oval shaped biscuits, arrange over a baking sheet,with enough spaces.

Bake them in 300F, for 30-40minutes until they turns slightly brown at the edges.

Take out of the oven and cool them in a cooling rack, once they are slightly cool,roll them in powdered sugar.

Store in an air tightened box and use when required.

Mascarpone Cheese:
Recipe Source: Baking Obsession
500ml Whipping cream
1tbsp Fresh lemon juice

Heat water in a wide skillet, reduce the heat to simmer.

In an another vessel, take the cream and place it inside the water simmering skillet.

Stir the cream and after 15minutes, add the lemon juice and continue heating, until the cream curdles.

Whipping cream will become thicker and it will cover a back of your wooden spoon, you can see just few whey and remove the bowl from the water,let it cool a bit.

Line a siever with dampened cheesecloth and keep them over a bowl, transfer this mixture to the lined sieve.

Dont squeeze the cheese or press,once cooled completely cover it with a plastic wrap and et them sit in for a day.

Next day you can see ur super luscious,creamy mascarpone cheese.

Assembling the Tiramisu:



1cup Whipping cream
1/2cup Sugar

20nos Eggless ladysfinger biscuits (can increase or decrease as per need)
1+1/2cup Mascarpone cheese
1cup Cold coffee
2tbsp Dark chocolate powder

Chill the whipping cream and bowl by keeping in freezer for few minutes, whisk the whipping cream until it reaches stiff peaks with a electric hand mixer.

Put the cheese, sugar in a bowl, whisk it for a while, now fold the whipped cream to the cheese mixture.

Dip half of the eggless ladysfinger biscuits in the cold coffee, turn both sides, soak for few minutes.

Arrange the biscuits in a single layer in a round serving dish or in individual cups.

Spread enough cream in a uniform layer covering the biscuits completely.

Dip again the eggless ladysfinger biscuits in the cold coffee and arrange over the already prepared layer.

Spread evenly again remaining cheese, sift the chocolate powder over the cream cheese.

Cover those individul cups with a plastic wrap, place the pan in fridge, keep atleast for 2days..

Serve it.

57 comments:

  1. yummy looking tiramisu :) and love those Lady finger biscuits a lot :)..

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  2. Wow Priya, Lovely lovely Tiramisu. I do make tiramisu at home but with store bought lady fingers. I like the individual portions. Tiramisu is my all time favorite and I just love it any time.

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  3. my favorite cake, i make it all the time eggless only.

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  4. Lovely recipe.. This recipe is very new to me.. Will give it a try soon..

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  5. nice cliks di .. This recipe is really new to me.. Will try in future...

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  6. You have shown it very easy Priya....I haven't tried making this yet:) Tiramisu looks very delicious!

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  7. This is so interesting! I have never seen eggless tiramisu before!

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  8. Yum! It looks so pretty and delicious too..I love tiramisu but have never made it myself! Thanks for the recipe :)

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  9. Tiramisu in small cups looks awesome, i never made it at home this one!

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  10. wow, it looks great. wish to taste some :)

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  11. My all time favorite tiramisu !! looks yummy !!

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  12. Wow Priya!! Tiramisu looks lovely...you are rocking as usual!

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  13. I can have both those bowls there, it looks really creamy!

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  14. Looks too good Priya !! I will surely make it sometime.

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  15. Looks too good Priya. Never tried it and yours is very tempting.

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  16. I really feel like having that now..yumm..

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  17. I ma yet to try my hands on this classic..love your eggless version

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  18. Never tasted it Priya... Tempting me :(

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  19. It looks really delicious. That was a real challenge for you to make everything eggless, especially the lady's fingers. I avoid making this lovely dessert just because of the raw eggs in the cream. Shall make it soon,

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  20. wow.. u made tiramisu.. i have had that only once.. u r really an enthusiastic blogger.. :)

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  21. my god.. same pinch Priya.....
    i made my tiramisu yesterday night and kept in fridge :)
    this is beautiful :)

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  22. Wonderful tiramisu Priya... Love it.. Thanks for sharing dear :-)

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  23. thinam thinam puthumai. eppadi thaan ippdi kalakkuriingkaloo priya...

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  24. G'day! WOW eggless tiramisu, TRUE!
    Could make it eggless, I never knew!
    Tiramisu is my all time fave dessert, will put this on the list,
    Glad your blog post today, I did not miss!
    Cheers! Joanne
    What's On The List?
    http://www.whatsonthelist.net

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  25. this really looks so good akka... wonderful effort... i took the easy way and did it as a cake, will post today, but as usual, lovely... please i need atleast one serving of that... :)

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  26. Stunning dessert Priya..making eggless must have been a real challenge!

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  27. Wow Priya , this looks super amazing and tasty.I love the the individual sizes and the generous garnishing of cocoa.
    Very well executed.

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  28. Those biscuits looks OSM and very much tempting dear..Pass me at the least one serving to me ;)

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  29. I am always on the lookout for eggless recipes. And love Tiramisu. Got to try it out. Looks yum and beautiful

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  30. I loved tiramisu, but never made it. Yours tiramisu turned out amazing akka. Wonderful presentation.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/04/stir-fried-carrots.html

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  31. Wow..tirmisu is my favorite...fantastic Priya...
    Todays recipe:http://www.7aumsuvai.com/2013/04/ashoka-halwa-300th-post-with-video.html#.UX-ltrWG0YE

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  32. Amazing tempting recipe to share Priya..I am but craving for some here..Nice clicks too.

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  33. WOW!!!! So tempting Priya. I have never seen eggless ladies finger biscuits. It look super tempting, wish I could try too

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  34. lovely tiramisu and perfect biscuits...

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  35. Tiramisu looks cute and delicious.I too followed the same recipe for biscuits.Great idea to assemble as individual servings.

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  36. Wow eggless T looks so yummy. I too want to make this. Bookmarked.

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  37. Wow...looks incredible..makes me very hungry. Beautiful clicks too.

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  38. What a lovely effort....well done

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  39. Wow I love your Tiramisu. Looks and sure did taste awesome.

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  40. super delicious tiramisu,looks fabulous...

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  41. Bookmarked Priya. The eggless version seems a fantastic choice when we have company.

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  42. Wonderful Italian dessert, looks lovely with all that coffee...enjoyed making as well as relishing this dessert.

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  43. Delicious looking tiramisu.. Looks yumm!!

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  44. Wow lovely and tasty... feel me hungry

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  45. Delicious Priya.....seeing the eggless version and i now feel like baking it

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  46. I like the idea of individual portions, they look superb Priya..

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  47. Fantastic job Priya. Love the eggless version.

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  48. Beautiful and eggless version is superb.....

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  49. Nice presentation. Me too tried with almonds it was awesome.

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  50. Lovely tiramisu Priya. Thank you so much for trying the biscuits too...

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  51. Love the individual portions.
    Lovely presentation

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