The Japanese are famous for miniaturizing (making smaller) anything in sight, and it does apply in cooking, especially desserts.
Tiramisu is “usually” made into large affairs to be scooped from.
Here is a Japanese home-style version which will prevent fights between children and adults alike!
INGREDIENTS: For 5 cups
-Whole egg: 1
-Sugar (white): 2 tablespoons
-Flour: 2 tablespoons
-Salad oil: 1 Tablespoon
-Hot water: 2 tablespoons
-Instant coffee powder: 1 teaspoon
-Coffee Liqueur: 1 tablespoon
-Egg yolk: 1
-Sugar (white): 1 tablespoon
-Mascarpone cheese: 100 g
-Fresh cream: 50 cc/mm (1/4 cup)
-Egg white: 1
-Sugar (white): 2 tablespoons
-Cocoa Powder: as appropriate
Beat the egg and sugar together until they have properly risen.
Add oil and mix well. Add flour through a sieve in three steps and mix.
Fill each cup with an equal amount of sponge cake mixture. Bake for 13 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.
Dissolve completely instant coffee powder in hot water. Add Coffee Liqueur and mix well.
-As soon as the spong cake has been baked brush in the coffee syrup on it while it is hot top allow for a good soaking.
Beat egg yolk and sugar together until mixture whitens.
-Add mascarpone and mix well.
Beat fresh cream in a separate bowl until 7/10 hard.
Add to mascarpone and mix
-In another separate bowl beat the egg white and sugar until hard risen.
Fold inside mascarpone mixture.
-Fill each cup with cheese mixture.
Sieve chocolate powder on top.
=Chill inside fridge!
Easy, isn’t it!
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16 thoughts on “Tiramisu Cupcakes”
Nice recipe information on cup cakes. I love lot cakes. Thanks for sharing great information with us. Good informative blog on gourmet cakes.
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I’ve always loved tiramisu cakes but seemed intimidated in making it, it just looks so hard but you make it seem easy. thanks!
I just found your blog and i wanted to say hello 🙂
Hello my friend!
Always glad to help!
I love tiramisù – it’s a classic Japanese dessert!
BTW, with your recent spate of cupcake postings, are you pursuing my suggestion to launch the “Bob Hearts Cupcakes” blog?
Sorry, but I’m another tack!LO
You’re a tack, Bob? You must think you’re pretty sharp.
I don’t actually! Honestly!
You’re a dull tack, then?
My, I need a drink to catch that!
You would probably have needed a drink in any case, Bob.
Alright, let’s make it two, then!
Cheers and thanks for the update!