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Louise Wilson created this recipe over 20 years ago, and worked very hard testing the quantities of ingredients to get it just right. This recipe is designed to make a single layer of a cake that will be approx 5cm (2 inches) deep. So to make a superb celebration cake, make this twice using a separate cake tin for each layer.

 

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Happy Baking!

The Cake Makery Team

 

 

 

For the ingredient amounts for 8 different tin sizes, please download our free recipe sheet in grams or ounces for printing! It is designed to print at full A4 size.

 

Ingredients for a plain sponge cake:

 

Butter

Castor Sugar

Eggs

Plain Flour

Salt

Baking Powder

Vanilla Essence

 

 

Ingredients for a chocolate sponge cake:

 

This recipe is essentially the same as the plain sponge, but you replace the castor sugar with half light brown and half light brown muscovado, plus drinking chocolate, cocoa and black treacle

 

Butter

50/50 light brown muscovado and light soft brown sugar

Eggs

Plain Flour

Salt

Baking Powder

Vanilla Essence

Good Quality Drinking chocolate

Good Quality Cocoa

Black Treacle

 

 

 

 

Method:

 

Line your baking tins well, to ensure your baked cakes come out clean.

Set your oven to bake at 160C - 170C (320f - 340f).

Cream your butter and sugar well, then add the eggs (and vanilla/coffee/treacle if used).

Sift your flour, baking powder, salt (and drinking chocolate/cocoa if used), add and mix to a stiff drop.

Bake in your oven for the appropriate time for the cake size.

Please remember that the temperature and cooking time is a guide as ovens do vary - we recommend an oven thermometer!

 

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Tiramisu Recipe Demonstration

 

Tiramisu (pronounced "tih-ruh-mee-SOO") was invented in the 1960's at the El Touga restaurant in Treviso, Italy. Literally translated, Tiramisu means "pick me up" or "carry me up", which probably refers to the jolt you get after eating espresso and alcohol laced ladyfingers. It is often called an 'Italian Trifle" because, like any trifle, it has layers. In this case, ladyfingers (finger-shaped cookies) are layered with a custard that has been mixed with mascarpone cheese. You can garnish the top of the Tiramisu with a dusting of cocoa powder and/or shaved chocolate, and a scattering of fresh raspberries (if they are in season). It is a good idea to make the Tiramisu the day before serving so all the flavors have time to soften and mingle and it has become firm enough to slice easily. If you want a firmer Tiramisu, place it in the freezer for an hour or two before serving.

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So let's talk about the ingredients. First, this Tiramisu recipe does deviate slightly from the classic in that we use an English style custard instead of a Zabaglione or Zabaione (an Italian custard). It does, however, use all the necessary Zabaglione ingredients like eggs, sugar, alcohol and mascarpone cheese. (Marsala wine or rum is used in both the custard and in the coffee mixture used to soak the ladyfingers. Marsala wine actually comes from the Italian City of Marsala (Sicily) and is a fortified wine (like sherry and port) with a rich, smoky flavor that can be sweet or dry.) (Mascarpone, pronounced mas-kahr-POH-nay, is a soft unripened cheese that belongs to the cream cheese family. It is a thick, buttery-rich, sweet and velvety, ivory-colored cheese, with a delicate and mild flavor, produced from cow's milk that has the texture of clotted or sour cream. It is sold in plastic 8 ounce (227 grams) tubs and can be found in specialty food stores and in the deli section of many grocery stores.)

Ladyfingers form the base of this dessert, and these finger-shaped cookies that are about 4 inches long and 1 inch wide (10 x 2.5 cm), are made with a sponge cake batter. They are called Savoiardi in Italy and are so named because they come from Savoy Italy. For this dish I like to use commercially made ladyfingers (a real time saver) because they are thicker, their texture is crisp and very absorbent, and they keep their shape even after being dipped in the coffee soaking syrup.

 

 

Related Recipes You May Like

 

Breakfast Tiramisu

Strawberry & Lemon Curd Trifle

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Blueberry Trifle

Granola Trifles

Cappuccino Biscotti

 

 

 

Cream Topping: Put 1 3/4 cups (420 ml) milk and 1/2 cup (100 grams) sugar in a medium sized saucepan. Place over medium heat, and bring this mixture just to boiling, stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, in a heatproof bowl, whisk together the remaining 1/4 cup (60 ml) milk, 1/4 cup (50 grams) sugar, flour, and egg yolks. When the milk comes to a boil, gradually whisk it into the egg yolk mixture. Transfer this mixture into a clean large saucepan and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until it comes to a boil. When it boils, continue to stir for another minute or two or until it thickens. Remove from heat and strain into a large bowl. (This will remove any lumps that may have formed.) Whisk in the Marsala (or rum), vanilla extract, and butter. Immediately cover the surface of the custard with plastic wrap to prevent a crust from forming. Refrigerate until thick and cold, at least two hours.

 

Once the custard has cooled sufficiently, remove from the refrigerator. In a separate bowl, with a wooden spoon, beat the mascarpone cheese until it is soft and smooth. Gently fold, or whisk, the cold custard into the mascarpone until smooth.

 

Coffee Soaking Syrup: In a large shallow bowl combine the coffee (espresso), sugar, and Marsala (rum). Taste and add more sugar if you like.

 

To Assemble: Line a 9 x 5 x 3 inch (23 x 13 x 8 cm) loaf pan with plastic wrap. Make sure the plastic wrap extends over the sides of the loaf pan.

 

Have ready the ladyfingers, coffee mixture, and cream filling.

 

Working with one ladyfinger at a time, dip 7-8 ladyfingers in the coffee mixture and place them, side by side, in a single layer onto the bottom of the loaf pan. Spoon 1/3 of the cream filling over the ladyfingers, making sure they are completely covered. Repeat with another layer of ladyfingers by dipping another 7-8 ladyfingers in the coffee mixture and placing them on top of the cream. Again, cover the ladyfingers with cream and repeat with another layer of ladyfingers, cream, and ladyfingers. Cover the Tiramisu with plastic wrap and refrigerate at least 6 hours, preferably overnight.

 

To Serve: Remove the plastic wrap from the top of the tiramisu. Gently invert the Tiramisu from the loaf pan onto your serving plate and remove the plastic wrap. Sift cocoa powder and/or grated chocolate over the top of the Tiramisu and decorate with fresh raspberries.

 

Makes 8 - 10 servings. Preparation time 30 minutes.

 

 

References:

 

de Laurentis, Giada. 'Everyday Italian'. Clarkson Potter/Publishers. New York: 2005.

 

Sax, Richard. 'Classic Home Desserts'. Houghton Mifflin Company. New York: 1994.

 

 

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.joyofbaking.com/Tiramisu.html#ixzz2KS2hc0q2

 

Cream Filling:

 

2 cups (480 ml) milk, divided

 

3/4 cup (150 grams) granulated white sugar, divided

 

1/4 cup (35 grams) all purpose flour

 

6 large egg yolks

 

1/4 cup (60 ml) Marsala or dark rum

 

2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

 

1/4 cup (57 grams) unsalted butter, cut into small pieces

 

8 ounces (1 cup) (227 grams) mascarpone cheese, room temperature

 

Ladyfingers:

 

28-32 crisp ladyfingers (Savoiardi)

 

Coffee Soaking Syrup:

 

1 1/2 cups (360 ml) very strong brewed coffee or espresso

 

1/3 cup (65 grams) granulated white sugar

 

1/4 cup (60 ml) dark rum or Marsala

 

Topping:

 

Cocoa Powder for Garnishing

 

1 ounce (30 grams) semisweet or bittersweet chocolate, grated or chopped

 

Fresh Raspberries (optional)

 

 

 

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