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We believe in Love at First Sight Between a Person and Tiramisù

As we reminisce our memories of the festivities, it’s time to be indulgent and take a generous helping of our favourite dessert, Tiramisù. This no-bake dessert is made simply by layering Savoiardi or Pavesini ladyfingers soaked in sugar and coffee syrup with rich, velvety mascarpone cheese.


This is a traditional recipe prepared using raw eggs that are not cooked or tempered, and with only mascarpone - no cream! You just can't achieve the same mouthfeel if you use normal cream. You will be amazed how silky rich and yet LIGHT this Tiramisu tastes!

Prep: 30 mins | Total: 30 mins | Serves: 6-8


  • 3 eggs, yolks and whites separated

  • 1/2 cup (110g) caster sugar (superfine sugar)

  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract

  • 8 oz / 250g mascarpone, a good brand such as Zanetti

  • 1 1/4 cups black coffee, hot and strong!

  • 2 tbsp (or more!) Frangelico or Kahlua, or other liquor of choice (skip this step for keeping it virgin)

  • 6.5 oz / 200g (24 - 30) ladyfingers, pavesini or savoiardi biscuits

  • Cocoa, for dusting


  • Whisk yolks and sugar in a stand mixer or with an electric beater on speed 6 to 7 for 10 minutes or until it turns from yellow to pale yellow (almost white), and is thick.

  • Combine vanilla and mascarpone, whisk until just combined and smooth. Transfer mixture to a bowl set aside.

  • Clean bowl and beat. Add egg whites and whisk until it's stiff (3 minutes on speed 7, should be all white foam)

  • Combine 1/2 the cream mixture into the egg whites. Softly fold through. As most incorporated, add the residual cream mixture and fold through until just combined - don't bash out all the air in the egg whites!

  • Combine coffee and liquor together. Quickly dip biscuits in and line the bottom of an 8”/20 cm square dish.

  • Cover with half the cream, then top with the second layer of coffee dipped biscuits.

  • Coat with remaining cream.

  • Cover the dish and refrigerate for at least 4 - 5 hours, preferably overnight

  • Powder with cocoa powder just before serving - either before you cut the pieces or after placing onto serving plates.

Why use Mascarpone cheese?

Mascarpone is an Italian cheese/cream which has a consistency like softened cream cheese. Zanetti has experience of a century with tradition and passion for Italian cheeses. Mascarpone is a type of fresh cheese. It is to be kept in the fridge and enjoyed at the right time. It is also nutritious while being delicious.

Get in touch with us today to order your favourite Zanetti Cheeses from our import partners and get them home delivered all over India. Contact us at or call at +91 9811392313 for more information, and to place your order, and get up to 25% discount.


Source(s): recipetineats, Zanetti

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