Monday, 2 June 2014

A "BIG WIN" & Eggless Mango Tiramisu





 Blogging is lot of fun! I like all about it- making the food, sorting the recipes, shooting the pictures, editing it all into a post etc. And when we don't do any of these, we are planning for the next innumerous recipes to be attempted. This is the only problem I find in blogging that it takes whole lot of time.   So at times, it becomes crucial to take a break in between to sort out our life and routines.  Taking a break is more frequent these days as kids are grown up. they need more of my time unlike before. And now, being a member of Indian Association Ladies Wing, I've to attend meetings and functions more often. etc.etc. To sort it all I had thought of taking a break from social media-fb and blogging for quite a few weeks; but never did I think that it would end up in more than a month. 


Life has been busy.Many things happened in between like the Mango themed competition in Home Chef Guild. I wanted to badly participate in it and I was late . Only a few hours left to close the entries. But still I thought of trying something.. Dug into my kitchen cabinets and started creating a dish. I had very little time left and somehow managed to post the pictures to the Guild in time. To my surprise, I won the whole competition 'The Big Win' and soon after that one more win for the most hits on their blog . I was so happy and wanted to share with the world; but my exams stress stopped me from doing that then. It took me more than a month to share my win with the world. :) Better be late than never and here I share this recipe with all my readers.


This recipe has then been tried by many of the Guild members. Happy that they all liked it and this require very less effort compared to the original tiramisu. I wanted to add glaze to the top but lack of time didn't allow me to do so. White chocolate shavings and coffee sprinkle on top(which I added later after the picture got clicked) could defenitely do justice to the recipe. 
Ingredients:

Custard made with readymade powder and 500ml of milk according to the package instructions.
Mascarpone Cheese 400g(Click here for homemade recipe)
Double Cream 200g
Icing sugar 7tbsp or to taste
Saviordi/Sponge Fingers 1 packet
Graham crackers4-5
Mangoes 1 big
Instant Coffee 1 tsp or more for garnish
White Chocolate Shavings for garnish
gelatin 1 sachet

Method:

Prepare by lining a pan with baking sheets on sides. Layer the base with sponge fingers/saviordi. I didn't soak them in coffee syrup as I didn't want too much of its flavor.so just sprinkled on top while serving. It's upto u , if u want, u can soak them in coffee and then layer

Beat heavy cream alongwith icing sugar and half a teaspoon of vanilla essence till soft peaks form. Fold mascarpone cheese into it.

Fold in warm custard already made.

Double boil gelatin in 3 tbsp of water and fold nicely to this cream mixture.

Pour 1/3 of the cream mixture on the saviordi layer. Cut graham crackers and mangoes into squares and then layer them on top of this cream layer.

Pour the remaining cream mixture on top. Garnish with mangoes and white chocolate shavings. Sprinkle coffee powder on top.(optional)









9 comments:

  1. Looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for linking it to the event,

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  2. oh adipoli dear... BarakAllah feek... u deserve to win with such an awesome recipe... I was thinking of making something over the weekend as a double b'day is coming - umma's and hubby's... this sounds easy, gotta try...

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  3. very innovative flavours. love this tiramisu recipe

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  4. yummy ......love the mango.................

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  5. This looks super yummy and congratulations! #FavoriteRecipes

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  6. Cool look tiramisu..hasna..gonna try..but 1 sachet jelatin ?

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  7. Cool look tiramisu hasna...gonna try..but 1 sachet jelatin means ?

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  8. thank u all... Afsa..we get here a box full of gelatin, right? There are 4-5 sachets inside. Take just one from that and use it. I didn't check in grams or spoon. I hope it's the same everywhere :)

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Monday, 2 June 2014

A "BIG WIN" & Eggless Mango Tiramisu





 Blogging is lot of fun! I like all about it- making the food, sorting the recipes, shooting the pictures, editing it all into a post etc. And when we don't do any of these, we are planning for the next innumerous recipes to be attempted. This is the only problem I find in blogging that it takes whole lot of time.   So at times, it becomes crucial to take a break in between to sort out our life and routines.  Taking a break is more frequent these days as kids are grown up. they need more of my time unlike before. And now, being a member of Indian Association Ladies Wing, I've to attend meetings and functions more often. etc.etc. To sort it all I had thought of taking a break from social media-fb and blogging for quite a few weeks; but never did I think that it would end up in more than a month. 


Life has been busy.Many things happened in between like the Mango themed competition in Home Chef Guild. I wanted to badly participate in it and I was late . Only a few hours left to close the entries. But still I thought of trying something.. Dug into my kitchen cabinets and started creating a dish. I had very little time left and somehow managed to post the pictures to the Guild in time. To my surprise, I won the whole competition 'The Big Win' and soon after that one more win for the most hits on their blog . I was so happy and wanted to share with the world; but my exams stress stopped me from doing that then. It took me more than a month to share my win with the world. :) Better be late than never and here I share this recipe with all my readers.


This recipe has then been tried by many of the Guild members. Happy that they all liked it and this require very less effort compared to the original tiramisu. I wanted to add glaze to the top but lack of time didn't allow me to do so. White chocolate shavings and coffee sprinkle on top(which I added later after the picture got clicked) could defenitely do justice to the recipe. 
Ingredients:

Custard made with readymade powder and 500ml of milk according to the package instructions.
Mascarpone Cheese 400g(Click here for homemade recipe)
Double Cream 200g
Icing sugar 7tbsp or to taste
Saviordi/Sponge Fingers 1 packet
Graham crackers4-5
Mangoes 1 big
Instant Coffee 1 tsp or more for garnish
White Chocolate Shavings for garnish
gelatin 1 sachet

Method:

Prepare by lining a pan with baking sheets on sides. Layer the base with sponge fingers/saviordi. I didn't soak them in coffee syrup as I didn't want too much of its flavor.so just sprinkled on top while serving. It's upto u , if u want, u can soak them in coffee and then layer

Beat heavy cream alongwith icing sugar and half a teaspoon of vanilla essence till soft peaks form. Fold mascarpone cheese into it.

Fold in warm custard already made.

Double boil gelatin in 3 tbsp of water and fold nicely to this cream mixture.

Pour 1/3 of the cream mixture on the saviordi layer. Cut graham crackers and mangoes into squares and then layer them on top of this cream layer.

Pour the remaining cream mixture on top. Garnish with mangoes and white chocolate shavings. Sprinkle coffee powder on top.(optional)









9 comments:

  1. Looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for linking it to the event,

    ReplyDelete
  2. oh adipoli dear... BarakAllah feek... u deserve to win with such an awesome recipe... I was thinking of making something over the weekend as a double b'day is coming - umma's and hubby's... this sounds easy, gotta try...

    ReplyDelete
  3. very innovative flavours. love this tiramisu recipe

    ReplyDelete
  4. yummy ......love the mango.................

    ReplyDelete
  5. This looks super yummy and congratulations! #FavoriteRecipes

    ReplyDelete
  6. Cool look tiramisu..hasna..gonna try..but 1 sachet jelatin ?

    ReplyDelete
  7. Cool look tiramisu hasna...gonna try..but 1 sachet jelatin means ?

    ReplyDelete
  8. thank u all... Afsa..we get here a box full of gelatin, right? There are 4-5 sachets inside. Take just one from that and use it. I didn't check in grams or spoon. I hope it's the same everywhere :)

    ReplyDelete