Classic Italian tiramisu recipe –


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  1. I use this recipe a lot! I just want to share with you 2 tips that make this even better. Use espresso from your nearest Costa. Replace cognac with amaretto.

  2. No, this recipe, as with many classic tiramisu recipes, does call for raw eggs. The chances of getting sick from raw egg is actually very small, but if you have concerns be sure to use very fresh eggs. Also, people with compromised immune systems may want to avoid raw egg or any undercooked foods. You can also sometimes find pasteurised eggs, depending on where you live, which pretty much eliminate any risk.

  3. Hi there, sure if you absolutely can't get mascarpone, try it with cream cheese. It won't be exactly the same, but if that's all you can get, it'll be a fine compromise. Both the espresso and cocoa powder are unsweetened. Good luck! Let us know how you get on

  4. A few questions, please please respond: Can I substitute cream cheese for marscaponi if the 3rd world country I live in is a difficult place to get it? Also does the expresso and cocoa have to be sweetened or unsweetened?

  5. Hi there, you can skip the the alcohol, or you can add a little drop of almond extract to the coffee to give it a different flavour. You do need an espresso machine to make espresso, but you can buy instant espresso powder, as well, and mix it with boiling water. You could also go to a coffee shop and get espresso to takeaway. Use room temperature coffee, though. Hope this helps!

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