I’m reblogging my recipe for Tiramisu, first posted in February 2012 because my friend Antonio alerted me to the fact that today is ‘Tiramisu Day’. It seemed a good opportunity to revisit this wonderful dessert. Six years on, I still make it in exactly the same way – from an Antonio Carluccio recipe. Controversy over the recipe’s origins and ingredients is as fierce as ever – see this article in Italy’s Repubblica paper: http://www.repubblica.it/sapori/2018/03/21/news/tiramisu_day_2018_friuli_e_veneto_sfida_ricette_il_cucchiaino_della_pace-191750211/
5 thoughts on “Classic Tiramisu”
I had a tiramisu in Tuscany last Autumn that – duh! no surprise – used vinsanto instead of Marsala. I sometimes use rum too. A lovely dessert, as you say, and it’s even good with strawberries !
It’s a favourite dessert of mine but I like to keep it simple. We have a branch of Rome’s Pompi in Richmond now with their strawberry, pistachio etc versions and although not ‘classic’ very delicious.