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A Queen In The Kitchen : Light Tiramisù

Tiramisù, the king of Italian desserts, is undoubtedly one of the favorite desserts throughout the globe. In this episode of A Queen In The Kitchen. I’ll show you how to prepare a lighter but equally delicious version of  Tiramisù, so put your apron on and follow my step-by-step video recipe.

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Buon Appetito!

 

INGREDIENTS


DIRECTIONS

Drain the fresh ricotta until all the water is gone, then place it in a bowl and cream with the help of a fork.

Add the sugar and mix until well blended.

Fill a small bowl with milk then add cocoa powder (according to your own taste) and mix thoroughly.

Assemble the tiramisù in 6 small glass dishes or ramekins by placing a layer of savoiardi (previously dipped briefly in the milk and cocoa powder mixture) on the bottom of each containers, cover the top of savoiardi  with ricotta cream, add some chocolate chips. Make a second layer of savoiardi, cover with ricotta mixture and dust with cocoa powder.

Chill in the fridge for one hour before serving.

Credits:
Ale Gambini (Host, Chef, Author)
Maurizio OTTO De Togni (Executive Producer, Music, Photo)
Mirko “Mirakle” Urania (Director, Video Maker, Editor, Photo)
Produced by: BreadLoveAndDreams and SuperOttO Publishing
Copyright © 2017. All Rights Reserved.

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2 thoughts on “A Queen In The Kitchen : Light Tiramisù

  1. Frank Fariello July 16, 2017 at 4:52 AM Reply

    Intriguing idea to use ricotta instead of the usual mascarpone. I’ll have to give it a try. And I love the idea of individual portions in glass bowls. So very pretty!

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