- 500 grams Unibic Italian sponge finger biscuits
- 500 grams Mascarpone cheese
- 600 grams Whipping cream of choice
- 600-700 grams boiled water
- 3 heaped tablespoons Coffee of choice
- 2 level tablespoons Sugar (can sub with ccn sugar)
- 200 grams Tia Maria
- 1 sachet Chocolate mousse, (I use white wings)
- 2 flake chocolate bars
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1. Boil water. Add coffee, sugar and Tia Maria
2. Place mascarpone and cream into bowl. 1min sp3 (check every 20 seconds so it doesn't turn into butter). Set half of the mixture aside
3. Without washing the bowl, add 1x choc mousse sachet into remaining mascarpone and cream mixture. 30sec sp3
4. Immerse biscuits entirely, 1 at a time, into coffee mixture for 4 seconds (not longer, it'll be too mushy when it's set). Place biscuits into the base of the dish. Continue until the base is covered. Ok if there are some gaps in between
5. Pour choc mousse mixture on top and spread all over. Sides and gaps don't need to be completedly filled, it's asthetically more pleasing to the eye if there are drips of chocolate down the sides and the tips of the biscuits are visible
6. Dip remaining biscuits into coffee mixture 1 at a time and place on top of choc mousse mixture. If you need more coffee mixture, just add water
7. Pour remaining creamy cheese mixture on top (gaps ok - looks nicer)
8. Dust surface of Tiramisu with cacao or cocoa powder
9. Break up the flake bar and sprinkle on top. Add berries if you wish. I usually use the long choch wafer biscuits with strawberries and a sprigg of fresh mint for looks.
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I am yet to make this 'healthy'. In the grand scheme of things, it's not too much sugar, given the size of the dish. However, the fat content of the cream and mascarpone may put some people off.
I prepare the Tiramisu the night before I need it. The flavours soak into the biscuits and it sets well. Shouldn't be mushy, should be a moist cake consistency and stands well when served.
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