There is no alcohol or raw eggs in this recipe.
1 cup whipping cream beaten with 1 to 2 tbsp icing sugar till it holds peaks.
Mix the mascarpone cheese and whipped cream together with a whisk or spatula. Add the cooled zabaglione and mix.
This mixture will be the filling for the tiramisu.
I have used zabaglione, an Italian custard cream instead of using raw eggs.
48 cookies savoiardi or lady's finger cookies (homemade or store bought)
To dip savoiardi
2 cup hot water
4 tbsp nescafe
2 to 3 tbsp granulated sugar (or vanilla flavoured sugar)
It is cheaper and easier to buy the cookies, thus I made mine with store bought cookies.
48 cookies will fit a 13" x 9" x 2" baking pan, you can make it any preferred serving dish.
Mix the nescafe with the sugar in hot water to dissolve and leave it to cool a little so you can dip the cookies.
Dip the cookies quickly, it should be dipped just in and out or it will become soggy.
Place the dipped cookies horizontally in the dish.
Put a layer of filling then dust some cocoa powder if you like and place a 2nd layer of cookies vertically, in the opposite direction from before.
Put another layer of filling then sprinkle more cocoa powder or grated chocolate on the top.
Cover with a foil and leave it in the fridge for at least more than 1 hour or overnight which is better before serving it cold. Can serve with chocolate curls and fruits.
This recipe is adapted from many readings to make it easy, alcohol free and raw egg free. Hope you try this addictive delicious version of tiramisu I made to celebrate the birthday of my sweetheart :)
If you don't mind using raw eggs; instead of using 1 cup of whipped cream you can use the egg whites from the zabaglione and whip till it forms peaks then fold in the 1 tbsp of icing sugar and whip it. As I didn't want to use raw eggs I used whipped cream in place of egg whites in this recipe.
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