Tiramisu espresso cups recipe Written by Me To Mati Published on January 23, 2020 in DessertsTranslate to English Greek Share109TweetPinYumVibeWhatsAppEmail109 SharesJump to RecipePrint RecipeMe To Mati would like to thank Ang Bervanakis on this collaboration. Pin Print Tiramisu espresso cups recipe5 from 2 votes Recipe by Me To Mati #passionfood Course: DessertsCuisine: ItalianDifficulty: EasyServings8-10Prep time35minutesCooking time0minutesWhy do they call it Tiramisu? Tiramisu was invented inside brothels in the northern Italian town of Treviso, renowned for its sexually relaxed mores and pleasure-seeking inhabitants. In Italian, tiramisu means “pull me up, lift me up”, or, more literally, “pull it up”. Espresso-soaked Savoiardi (ladyfingers) biscuits laced with a hint of alcohol (marsala wine), sandwich in between layers of smooth luscious mascarpone cheese, garnished with grated dark chocolate is everyone’s favourite sweet dessert. Not only does it look fantastic, but it’s also delicious, fun and most importantly very quick to make.Ingredients8-10 savoiardi biscuits (ladyfingers) – halved2 cups strong black coffee½ cup marsala wineCREAM FILLING 1 ½ cups thickened cream ½ cup icing sugar1 packet mascarpone cream (room temperature) ¼ cup Kahlua liqueur (coffee liqueur) grated dark chocolate (garnish) thin chocolate bars (garnish)InstructionsCombine coffee and marsala wine, setting aside (allowing to cool).Using a mixer, beat mascarpone cream adding thickened cream and icing sugar.Continue the mixing process until the mixture thickens.Add Kahlua liqueur into the thickened mixture gently folding through, adding the filling mixture into a piping bag.Half savoiardi biscuits dipping into coffee and marsala wine mixture, layering the bottom of the cup, piping a layer of cream on top of the biscuit. Repeating the process until the top of the cup is reached.Garnish with grated dark chocolate flakes and a thin chocolate bar. Refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving.Recipe Video NotesMarsala wine is a sweet red wine traditionally used for tiramisu. Alternatives or substitutes include dark rum, brandy any other coffee or almond liqueur.Did you make this recipe?Tag @me_to_mati on InstagramLike this recipe?Follow us @me_to_mati on PinterestLove our recipes?Like us on Facebook Similar recipes you may like Traditional Greek New Year’s cake recipe (Vasilopita recipe) Coconut macaroons recipe Our homemade Kataifi recipe with ouzo. Tsoureki recipe (Greek Easter bread)Share109TweetPinYumVibeWhatsAppEmail109 SharesDon't miss out!Subscribe To Our NewsletterReceive Yummy Recipes in your inboxInvalid email addressGive it a try. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thanks for subscribing!