(In)Famous Drunken Tiramisu

This is, by far and away, one of the simplest versions of the dessert that can be made. In fact, this is what I consider to be my “insta mix cheats version” of Tiramisu … and yet, it is the one dessert I am practically begged to bring to each family function.

Taiss' (In)Famous Drunken Tiramisu

Taiss' (In)Famous Drunken Tiramisu

Ingredients

  • 6 egg yolks
  • 1 cup caster sugar
  • 500g mascarpone
  • 6 egg whites
  • 375ml Double Thick Cream
  • Sponge Biscuits: Savioardi (thick); or Pavesini (thin);
  • Small block dark chocolate
  • Pot of espresso coffee
  • Equal Part Milk
  • Liqueur (anything, but I mix equal parts Baileys, Galliano Espresso and Amaretto) – amount to suit tastes

Method

  1. Beat yolks with sugar until thick and white.
  2. Add the mascarpone and beat until combined and smooth, then set aside
  3. Combine coffee, milk and liqueurs in a bowl
  4. Dip biscuits, into the coffee mixture, allowing to soak for a few seconds each side, then set aside on a plate
  5. In a clean bowl, whisk egg whites until thick and stiff and gently fold into the mascarpone mixture
  6. Fold in the double thick cream, a teaspoon of instant coffee, a teaspoon of grated chocolate and a tablespoon of ameretto into the mascarpone mix and blend well
  7. On the serving plate, start with a thin layer of the mascarpone at the bottom, create alternating  layers of biscuits and the mascarpone mix
  8. Finish the cake off by covering the entire cake with a mascarpone head.
  9. Refrigerate (2-4 hrs)
  10. Prior to serving, finalise the presentation by grating a good amount of dark chocolate (and maybe roasted almonds) over the top.
The proof was in the Nomming

The proof was in the Nomming

I suggest serving with un cafè corretto.

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