Tiramisu Recipe - no-bake dessert with fluffy and creamy Sabayon based Tiramisu cream and coffee soaked ladyfingers.
Whip 16 oz of cold cream cheese until smooth and fluffy, scraping the bottom of the bowl occasionally, about 3-4 minutes. Transfer the cream cheese mixture to a different bowl and refrigerate.
Combine 2 tablespoons of instant coffee with 1/2 cup of hot water. Stir until dissolved. Add 1 1/2 cups iced water and 3 tablespoons of liqueur. Stir. Set aside.
Set up the water bath: Fill a saucepot with 1 inch of water and bring to a boil, then lower the heat to low.
Meanwhile in a heatproof mixer bowl that is wider than the saucepan whisk 6 egg yolks and 1 cups granulated sugar and set over the boiling water in the saucepot. Cook the egg/sugar mixture while continuously whisking until the egg yolks are hot to the touch (no more than 160F), about 4-5 minutes. Whisk the Bailey's liquor and the vanilla extract.
Transfer the bowl to the mixer and whip until very pale, increased in volume, and the outside of the bowl is cool to the touch, about 6-7 minutes.
Whip 2 cups of cold whip cream until stiff peaks.
Combine the Sabayon creme and the refrigerated whipped cream cheese until smooth and combined.
Quickly dip each piece of the ladyfingers and cover the bottom of each cup. Top with a heaping spoon (or one full medium ice cream scoop) of Tiramisu cream, dust with cocoa powder, then repeat with ladyfingers, cream and cocoa again. Do this until all ladyfingers and cream are used.
Refrigerate for 6-12 hours before serving.
Heat a large chocolate bar in the microwave at 10% power for about 20-30 seconds. Try going with a vegetable peeler along the rib of the chocolate, if the chocolate is at the desired softness it will produce a curl. If it does not, and instead breaks into shards, continue heating and trying to shave it with a vegetable peeler until you're happy with the chocolate curls.
If you don't have ladyfingers, use basic Sponge Cake recipe made with 6 eggs and baked in 12" x 17" for about 12 - 15 minutes to make the cake layers.
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