Thank you all for having such strong opinions and thank you.
But swapping this out just won't get you there.
Just these: 1 - I use raw eggs 2 - I use whipped egg whites, one more that egg custard (?) 3 - I use just a bit of cofee flavored italiaanse desserts maken liquor on the cofee 4 - I add a few lemon drops to the.
Procedure *To start I chill the bowl I will be whipping the cream.I guess if you don't want to use liquor in the custard you could add some coffee instead of the liquor.I made lobster rolls for dinner and a glorious blueberry dessert (which I hope to share with you soon!).I do not think that whisking over steam is enough to kill Salmonellae - if you get the eggs that hot, they will curdle.I find using pound cake instead of ladyfingers to be much better tasting.I forgot one point.Thanks smiley On February 10, 2010 at 07:52 PM, anon (guest) said.In a separate bowl using the whisk attachment, beat the egg whites to hard peaks (but not dry).I don't think ladyfingers have quite enough body.All in all it came out perfectly, I already can't wait to try it again.We licked the bowl, the beaters, the spoon, the whip, and wiped the bowl with a leftover ladyfinger!Several recipes in recent cookbooks have been pushing nearly raw eggs, but I don't think they add substantially to the texture or flavor.
Line the bottom and sides of your serving bowl with the lady fingers.
Subject: I am going to made tiramisu by myself too Wow, the comments above spread from 2005 to today azing!
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Remember as mentioned above, it really is about personal taste, and recipes vary from region to region.You need sugar in the coffee if your coffee is too bitter (American espresso).Kahlua is a good coffee liquer to use.They are hard and soak well w/o falling apart.So stick that bowl in the refridgerator* * Combine egg yolks and sugar in the top of a double boiler.Love the" below "Arguing with an engineer is like wrestling with a pig in the mud.
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Enough to get the job done (or quanto basta for davide) mix sugar, mascarpone and yolks in the bowl of a stand mixer with the flat beater.