Ahh … Mi Piace Molto Tiramisu!

Recently, Fauziah, our Italian Language teacher taught us the recipe on how to make tiramisu. But all of us were not prepared for last night when Ching Guan actually brought a dish of tiramisu from ‘Fabbrica’ . It was such a hit with everyone!

Mmm ... Tiramisu!

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Too bad Rafi, Dana, Sandy and Felice couldnt make it to class last night. More for us! πŸ˜›

16 Replies to “Ahh … Mi Piace Molto Tiramisu!”

  1. NTT

    When did you first try tiramisu NTT? Many of the places here that sell tiramisu are not geniuine and catered more to local tastes. Actually I think this is my first time eating tiramisu … Before I learnt Italian, I thought tiramisu is a japanese food πŸ˜› Hehehehe

  2. “I thought tiramisu is a japanese food :P”

    Hahahah.. me too!

    I tried it first when I was on exchange, in Denmark. My Italian house-mate made for us. It was very nice.

    Yup. I tried the one that was rated “The Best Tiramisu in Singapore” by Straits Times (somewhere near Novena), it was crap. So where do you get authentic stuff in Singapore?

  3. NTT

    Woah … how nice of your Italian housemate :] Anyhow making tiramisu isnt difficult, its just getting the right ingredients that can be of a problem here 😐

    Where to get authentic stuff in Singapore? Erm … that kind of question needs to be directed to a native … πŸ˜›

  4. Ingredients? I get them easily.

    Mainly the Mascarpone (can get at Carrefour Cold Storage or The Marketplace) and Saviordi (Can get at Carrefour or Cold Storage). What else?

    Though I dunno if the quality is good? Probably not i guess..

  5. NTT

    I guess you need to fly directly to Europe for the best quality ones? Hehehe … well we have to make do with 2nd best I guess πŸ˜›

    Hrm … According to Fauziah, this is the recipe that her Italian teacher gave her while she was studying in Italy:

    The recipe is in Italian though, need time to translate .. ROFL!

    For 6 people –

    4 eggs
    4 spoons sugar
    200g Mascarpone
    2 packets of savoiardi biscuits
    espresso for 6 people
    Cocoa powder

    Sbottere i tuorli con lo zucchero. A parte montare le chiare. Mescolere il mascarpone con lo zucchero. El tourli, mescolere bene, poi aggiungere le chiare.

    Bagnare i savoirardi nel caffe fare il dolce a strati : 1+2+2+2. Coprire con il cacao. Mettere infrigoreifero per lmeno 3 ore. E buon appetito!

    Ok, the most I can make out is that you mix the egg yolk with sugar. Then you add the mascarpone to the sugar.

    Soak the savoiradi to the espresso and then layer the mixture (?). Top it off with the cocoa powder and cool it in the fridge for 3 hours.

    My Italian language is still horrible lah.

  6. ok weirdly i’ve heard so many things about tiramisu but i’ve never tasted it before. Shall put it into my list of things to do before i die hahahaa. ]

    Thanks for the recipe! Shall keep it for future “argh im so bored lets do something” moments πŸ˜›

  7. NTT

    According to Cartcart, it looks about right Ò€¦ except for the typo, savoiardi, not saviordi .. hehehe πŸ˜›


    My question is, where to get the ingredients for people in the west side lah. Or should we travel all the way to the central area just for the sake of Tiramisu?

    But if you make it, I want to taste it … just like for Arzhou, its for quality control πŸ˜‰

  8. hahaha i guess travel lah. i doubt ntuc or liberty stocks those stuff you mentioned. heck, i dont even know what some of the ingredients are! hahhaha. mesti tanya my mother or some orang kedai.

    As for making it, not the near future lah rinaz. hukhukhuk. my baking skills has ALOT to improve πŸ˜›

  9. Thanks for the recipe! Looks so delicious! Time to put my baking skills into practice and add another delicacy to mybaking list, besides chocolate brownies! =)

  10. Faddy

    There’s nothing to be baked for Tiramisu πŸ˜› But do let me know when you’ve made it! I want to try!


    Tiramisu doesnt even need to be baked in the oven. No cooking needed, just mix the ingredients πŸ™‚ But like Faddy, I want to try it when you made it!!!

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