Rasmalai Tiramisu Recipe - Directly from India
Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 25 Minutes
Quantity: 4 Servings
472 calories per serving
- 4 Rasmalai (Rounded, fluffy form of traditional cottage cheese which is soaked in sugar syrup and sweetened so that it is used as dessert)
- 1 cup water
- 2 tsp instant coffee powder
- Icing sugar
- 1 Eggless sponge cake (about eight inches in size)
- Cocoa powder
- 1 cup mascarpone cheese
- Whipped cream
How to prepare Rasmalai Tiramisu
- Measure 1 glass of water and pour it in a pan and bring it to a boil. Add 2 spoonfuls of coffee powder in it to prepare some unsweetened black coffee and set aside to cool.
- On the side, whip a little mascarpone cheese and whisk in some whipped cream together. Beat them into a mixture and let it rest.
- Cut upright slices of the eggless cake; preferably with a cookie cutter. Further slice them into half inch fluffy horizontal slices, all of them should be circular in shape.
- Take 2 large glasses (which will be used for the final serving) and place at the bottom of each sliced up circular cake pieces.
- Soak the cakes into coffee by pouring in 2 to 3 table spoons of coffee in both glasses.
- Further, take 2 tablespoons of mascarpone cheese mixture and make a layer of it in each of the glasses.
- Squeeze 2 rasmalais dry. Drop one in each glass. Drizzle 2 tablespoons of prepared coffee over them.
- Similarly, squeeze the remaining two rasmalais and place in each glass.
- Whisk in 2 tablespoons of mascarpone cheese mixture and even out with the movements of a spatula.
- Sprinkle some icing sugar over the topmost layer, along with the flavorful cocoa powder for the final touch.
- The Rasmali Tiramisu is ready. Serve after dinner and indulge in its sweet richness together with family and friends.
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