Very warm hello everybody!
Most of the recent days have been very busy, and I have had no time to update the blog with new recipes. But I hope I can make it up a little by posting this delicious one :-)
Tiramisu brownie is by no mistake one of my favorite desserts. It's like a complete perfection, flavors that are made for each other. It is a great addition to an afternoon tea, but also a charming idea for a little occasion. Just look at these strawberries, aren't they beautiful? ;-) The recipe is very easy and quick so there will be no hours spent in the kitchen. I recommend you to try it, you are gonna love it!
60 g flour
95 g butter or baking margarine
100 g white sugar
150 g dark chocolate
1 table spoon vanilla sugar
1 teaspoon of freeze-dried coffee
1/2 tea spoon baking powder
200 g mascarpone
1 table spoon white sugar
30 ml Amaretto
Strawberries for decoration
Step by step:
In a small pot melt the butter or baking margarine. Add coffee and chopped dark chocolate. Mix the ingredients until you obtain a smooth chocolate sauce. In a separate bowl mix with spatula eggs with sugar and vanilla sugar. Add the pre-cooled chocolate sauce and let the ingredients combine. Then sift the flour mixed with baking powder. Again, stir gently until the ingredients combine. Pour the chocolate mix into the prepared baking form (I chose the 20 cm x 20 cm). I recommend to use baking paper to fill in the baking form before pouring the batter. Bake the brownie for about 25 minutes in 160 C.
In the meantime prepare the tiramisu cream. Whip the egg yolks with sugar until you obtain a yellow and fluffy cream. While whipping add mascarpone in small steps, two or three. Avoid mixing too long, just until you obtain a homogeneous cream. Then add Amaretto and mix again. In a separate bowl whip the egg whites. When ready, add the cream step by step, stir gently. Pour the tiramisu cream on the cooled brownie, place in the fridge overnight. The next morning decorate with cocoa and strawberries. Remember to let the cake stay for approximately 20 minutes in the room temperature before serving. Bon apetit! :-)