What's the first thing that comes to your mind when you want to have mithai? Is it the classic gulab jamun, crispy jalebi, spongy rasgulla or anything else? The options are endless when it comes to mithai. The love for Indian desserts is so much that most of us can stand in long queues to buy that one piece of our beloved mithai. But have you thought of giving an Italian twist to a classic Indian sweet? If not, then maybe it's time that you think about it. Two desserts from two different countries, when mixed into one, can sound a little offbeat, but trust us, the classic rasmalai tiramisu will be on top of your dessert list in no time.
A tiramisu is a coffee-flavoured Italian dessert, that is usually made out of creamy layers, biscuits and mascarpone. But when you take the concept of this dessert and twist it according to the flavour of rasmalai, you will have a new kind of dessert that will impress your guests and family! So, without waiting any further, let's get into the recipe of rasmalai tiramisu.
A tiramisu is a coffee-flavoured Italian dessert
Here Is The Recipe Of Rasmalai Tiramisu | Rasmalai Tiramisu Recipe
Heat one cup of water in a pan and add coffee powder and boil. Then in a bowl, whip mascarpone cheese for a minute, add whipped cream, mix well, and set aside. Cut vertical roundels from a cake. Place two glasses, then place a cake slice at the base of each glass. Pour some coffee in each glass and then add mascarpone cheese-cream mixture in each.
Squeeze rasmalais and place one in each glass. Pour coffee over it. Squeeze the remaining rasmalais and place one in each glass. Put in the cheese-cream mixture in each glass and spread it with the help of a spatula. Add cocoa powder and icing sugar on top, and your rasmalai tiramisu is ready.
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Now, whenever you have a party or a family gathering, make this yummy recipe and let us know how you liked it.