Monday, 9 March 2020

Holi Series - Masala Chai Tiramisu



For the final part in my Holi Series, I bring to you a Masala Chai Tiramisu. This is the perfect dinner party desert, I made 6 smaller individual puddings but you could also do one large one for bigger gatherings. I really liked the subtle flavour of the chai spices in this desert, you could also add a little bit of spiced rum to enhance this and take it up to the next level. If you do not drink, or are making this for little ones that it tastes just as good without it. I used ready made sponge fingers in this, mainly in the interest of time, and soak them for a few seconds on each side in the tea mixture before layering up. For the actual tea masala, I use my mums homemade version, but if you do not have any homemade you can buy this along with really good masala chai teabags from any Indian grocery shop.
Ingredients
200ml Water
2 tsp Masala chai mix2 Masala chai teabags

150ml Whipping Cream200ml Double Cream225g Mascarpone1/4 tsp Cinnamon ground1/4 tsp Cardamom ground1 tsp Vanilla Extract5 tbsp Icing Sugar1 packed of Sponge Fingers 3 tbsp of Spiced Rum (optional)

2 tbsp Cocoa Powder1/4 tsp Cinnamon ground

Method
1.In a saucepan heat 200ml of water, to this add in 2 tsp masala chai powder and 2 masala chai teabags and bring to the boil. Once boiling, simmer for 5 minutes, before straining through a sieve and allowing it to cool down.


2.In a separate bowl, whisk the whipping and double cream until it forms peaks, add in mascarpone, cinnamon, cardamom, icing sugar and vanilla.
3. Once the tea mixture has cooled, you can add in the rum if using.
4. Taking the sponge fingers, soak on both sides for a few seconds before creating your first layer at the bottom of the glass.
5. Add in a layer of the cream and repeat these two layers again.
6. Mix together cocoa and cinammon and sift over the top of the last layer of cream.
7. Refrigerate until you are ready to serve. 





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