President's Choice Tiramisu

"The "President's Choice" is a high end store brand in Canada that also publishes recipes. I'd rather have this dessert than chocolate....and I LOVE chocolate. Serve this at your next dinner party - you won't be disappointed!!!"
President's Choice Tiramisu created by CountryLady
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  • Beat yolks& sugar with an electric mixer until thick& lemon coloured.
  • Add mascarpone& beat until thick& smooth.
  • In a separate bowl, beat whites until soft peaks form.
  • Fold into mascarpone mixture.
  • Combine coffee& liqueur.
  • VERY QUICKLY, dip half of the ladyfingers into this mixture, then arrange in a single layer in a glass serving bowl.
  • Cover with half of the mascarpone mixture.
  • Repeat with the remaining ladyfingers& mascarpone mixture.
  • Dust with cocoa powder.
  • Cover with plastic wrap& refrigerate for at least 6- 8 hours& preferably overnight.

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  1. ChipotleChick
    I made this about 6 months ago and forgot to review it. I had eaten Tiramisu for the first time at a little Greek/Italian restaurant and loved it, so I decided to make it myself. Honestly, I didn't care for this recipe much at all. I am thinking that the Tiramisu that I had at the restaurant wasn't "authentic" Tiramisu, because this recipe proved an entirely different taste and texture than the other one I had. However, I had made this for a dinner party and our guests LOVED it. Also, I'm sure that this is a very good authentic Tiramisu since I tried another one at an Italian restaurant since I made this one and it tasted very similar to this one. Hence the four star review. However, I'm going to look for a less authentic one that suits my palate a little more. :)
  2. AngelaTN
    This was a very tasty tiramisu. However, mine didn't set up right and looked more like banana pudding on the plate. Nevertheless it got very high marks from my guests.
  3. FlemishMinx
    My first time making Tiramisu and this one didn't disappoint (as the dessert dishes of my guests confirmed). Couldn't locate any Kahlua so I used Sambucca and a straight-sided 22 X 10 cm serving dish. I lined the sides of the dish with the ladyfingers (which were also 10 cm long) then proceeded with the layering. I had to double the amount of dipping liquid, but the amount of the mascarpone mixture was just perfect to fill this dish. The point I wish to make is that you can play around with this one, depending on the dish you use and how many ladyfingers. Thanks for posting this delicious keeper, CL!
  4. Lois M
    Jackie Marie wasn't kidding you gotta dip fast, the Lady fingers absorb really quickly. I usually don't do dessert but I will always make an exception for this recipe, because it is exceptional! Thanks again CL, I could live out of your cookbooks!
  5. CountryLady
    President's Choice Tiramisu Created by CountryLady



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