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  1. G
    September 26, 2018
    HI, do the egg yolks and sugar cook in a double boiler ?

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    • BasketsLife
      October 8, 2018
      You can cook them in a double boiler, this recipe does not cook the eggs and sugar.

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  2. Eliza
    July 30, 2018
    Hey, I've made this recipe twice now and can't seem to get it right. While it tastes great I have ended up with runny mascarpone both times, seriously I think if I stir any less I won't have mixed the egg yolks through at all! Also is the sugar meant to completely dissolve in the egg as in no sugar granules left? Please help, I love tiramisu and want to get it right!

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    • BasketsLife
      August 17, 2018
      Hi Eliza, for the sugar question it is not necessary for the sugar to completely dissolve in the eggs. AS for the mascarpone being runny, verify that you are using room temperature mascarpone, but not to warm if that makes any sense .. if it is too warm it will get runny ... if you are having trouble try even still chilled mascarpone just out of the fridge it will be harder to mix but should solve the runny.. Again don't mix to much just fold in the eggs and then pop back in the fridge to set up. Let me know how it goes.

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  3. Lili
    June 22, 2018
    Hi! Is this recipe really only 68 calories per serving? And how big are the servings? Thanks!

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  4. Joanne
    January 31, 2018
    Does the recipe use a 13x9 pan? You say it feeds 4 but all of the ladyfingers laid out looks like a 13x9 in. pan. not a 8x8 or 9x9. Thanks!

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    • BasketsLife
      January 31, 2018
      Yes Joanne it's a 13*9 inch! Thanks for reading

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    • BasketsLife
      January 31, 2018
      Yes Joanne it's a 13 * 9 inch pan! Thanks for reading!

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  5. Zoltan Toth
    January 12, 2018
    Hi, sounds just like how I make it though I have one suggestion: put the cocoa powder on top before serving so it doesnt get discoloured in the fridge ;)

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    • BasketsLife
      January 14, 2018
      Great idea! : )

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  6. mirella miele
    November 27, 2017
    Hi How many people will this recipe serve?

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    • BasketsLife
      November 28, 2017
      In my house it only serves 4 LOL but it actually makes quite a large pan of tiramisu depending on size probably 12-15 pieces of tiramisu.

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  7. Kim
    October 26, 2017
    I'm going to make this for a dinner we are going to Saturday night (but will make it Friday afternoon). This looks so delicious I'm so excited to try this recipe. I have found the thought of making Tiramisu so intimidating. The house we are going to, his Grandmother was Italian and made Tiramisu all the time. I'm so freaked out that it wont be even a 1/4 what hers was LOL But all joking aside, this seems to be the most straight forward easy recipe I have found in my search to make. Thank you for sharing it with us!! :) :)

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    • BasketsLife
      October 29, 2017
      Kim - Good luck and let me know how it turns out! This is the real deal from Italy I bet she will be impressed!

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  8. Yacon Root
    October 21, 2017
    I love this site. It's an great article.

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  9. Carmen Edelson
    June 19, 2017
    My mouth is watering! Tiramisu is one of my FAVORITE desserts! Thanks for sharing :) Carmen Edelson recently posted...Bucharest, Romania: More Than Meets The EyeMy Profile

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  10. Danielle Desir
    June 18, 2017
    This looks delicious? Heading to Rome this summer, wondering if I'll find it at a pastry shop? Danielle Desir recently posted...Monticello Wine Trail: A Day Trip From Richmond, VirginiaMy Profile

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    • BasketsLife
      June 18, 2017
      Hi Yes you will find it all over Rome in many shops and restaurants. :) Enjoy Rome!

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  11. Francesca
    June 6, 2017
    I come from an Italian family so of course I love tiramisu (I prefer it without the alcohol). I've never made it, though. Perhaps I'll have to give this recipe a try!

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  12. Carol Colborn
    June 6, 2017
    Tiramisu is my husband's favorite dessert and he says there are so many in restaurants that are not authentic and good. I gotta try this! Looks just right!

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  13. Melissa @ The Family Voyage
    June 5, 2017
    That looks delicious! Pinning for later :-D Melissa @ The Family Voyage recently posted...Is the Ride Safer Delight travel vest a game-changer for family travel?My Profile

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  14. Milijana
    February 6, 2017
    I love tiramisu!! It is so easy to digest and incredibly tasty! Can't wait to try out your recipe. Thank you!

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  15. Bronnie – Maid In Australia
    January 29, 2017
    I love tiramisu. But does it taste eggy? Assuming not as it sounds and looks so delicious.

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    • BasketsLife
      January 29, 2017
      No this is the recipe used by many Italians and was given to me by a wonderful cook in Italy that was handed down from her family. You don't even know the egg is in there. :)

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  16. Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid
    January 29, 2017
    My husband loves Tiramisu and an Italian colleague gave me her authentic recipe to try, I just haven't got round to it. Your version looks epic. I just wish this post came with lick-a-vision!

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    • BasketsLife
      January 29, 2017
      Hahah I like that a lick it version - seriously I bet the recipes are similar as this came from a wonderful Italian Family as well.

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  17. Denise
    January 25, 2017
    Thank you for sharing this recipe! I've been curious about how difficult it would be to make Tiramisu. I printed it out and will try it soon!

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    • BasketsLife
      January 25, 2017
      HI Denise I am so glad you are going to try it! It is so easy to make, the key is not to whip the cream to much just enough to make a custard! I hope you drop back by and let me know how it goes!

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