Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Aussie tiramisu

As usual, I was on foodgawker and saw an amazing looking recipe:

So, I changed it a little, and thus dessert for Leah P's dinner party was created.

Tiramisu (four people)
6 lamington fingers (the small ones you buy in a packet of 18 at Woolies)
4 Anzac biscuits, smashed
2 tablespoons baileys
2 tablespoons kahlua
1 egg
40g caster sugar
100g marscapone
1/4 cup cream (its all I had left...)
1/2 cup vanilla yoghurt

Using an electric beater, whisk egg and caster sugar until light and thick (it goes a very pale yellow, almost triples in size) - you are creating a zabaligione. Place marscapone, cream and yoghurt in a bowl, mix together with a spatula. Add 2 tablespoons egg mixture, mix in. Fold in remaining egg mixture.

Put kahlua and baileys in a cup, mix together.

Slice lamington fingers in half lengthways, then in half again (to create squares). Place two of these in the bottom of each glass. Spoon over some of the alcohol. Spoon over some of the egg mixture. Sprinkle some Anzac crumbs. Continue layering until glasses filled.

Place in refrigerator to chill.

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