Is it possible to prepare an eggless tiramisu that is just as delicious as the original version and sure to please even the most discerning palates among your sweet-toothed friends? It is not only possible but, if you follow a few simple steps and take note of these cooking tips, the result of your eggless tiramisu recipe will be an equally tempting yet lighter version of this famous dessert.
- The main characteristic of tiramisu is certainly its mascarpone cream, which must be well blended and smooth. To create this effect without beating the eggs yolks and whites, as contemplated in the traditional method, use a siphon to do the job.
- Thoroughly mix the sugar, mascarpone and cream before pouring the mixture into the siphon. Load a cartridge and shake it vigorously. The resulting cream will not need any additional binding agents because the fatty component of the fresh mascarpone will encourage the formation of froth. Turn the siphon upside down and place in the fridge for one hour.
- Now you are ready to assemble your eggless tiramisu, which will look nice served in individual dishes.
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