When it comes to Italian pastry and dessert recipes there are definitely a lot to choose from, things like gelato, cappuccino, ricotta cheesecake, or biscotti, and of course, the beloved tiramisu! There are many versions of the popular "Tiramisu Recipes," that you can try out on the Cooking With Nonna food blog and forum. Italians are known for their expertise in the kitchen. They are known for their amazing recipes and cooking methods that have been shared and made throughout time. Wouldn't you love to learn how to cook like an Italian? That is what the Cooking with Nonna website will teach you! They have a ton of amazing recipes and tips, as well as some fantastic videos that you can watch to get inspiration and lessons from. There are many users on the website who share their recipes with everyone. Tiramisu, is usually layers of lady fingers dipped in coffee and layered with alternating layers of whipped topping, and chocolate flavoured mascarpone cheese.
When you think of the Italian dessert Tiramisu you probably didn't know there were so many versions of the recipe, but as is the case with Italian recipes, each region and cook as their own way of making the recipe. The following are just some of the many ways you can make the popular dessert recipe tiramisu! You can try out a balsamic strawberry tiramisu recipe, a great strawberry version of the classic; banana cream tiramisu, a light and delicious banana cream tiramisu; cherry me up tiramisu recipe, a great recipe for kids and people that don't want coffee or liquor in their recipe; Grand Marnier tiramisu which is a sumptuous tiramisu with a touch of Grand Marnier; pan D'Oro tirmisu - which means bread of gold, luscious sweetened mascarpone cheese surround pan door soaked in rich espresso coffee and sprinkled with shaved chocolate and dusted with decadent cocoa. Don't those all sound amazing?! I would like to try a few of these variations, just to see what they taste like! Who knew there were so many different types of tiramisu.
This great recipe site, Cooking with Nonna, is a place that shares Grandma's and Nonna's Italian recipes with new generations. The site was stared by Rossella Rago, who grew up cooking with her Italian Nonna and her own mother. So she wanted to create a space where people could share their Italian family recipes. You'll find authentic Italian recipes from all the regions of Italy, passed on from one generation to the next, its like getting a free Italian cooking lesson right at home. Some of the amazing recipes you'll find on the site include watermelon mint granita recipe, massaged kale salad with sweet sausage and Grana Padano recipe, strawberry lemon granita recipe, orecchiette with broccoli rabe and grilled shrimp pasta salad recipe, spaghetti al limone (spaghetti with lemon sauce) recipe, pasta salad with Italian tuna and arugula recipe, blueberry cake and sauce recipe, stuffed shells with mushrooms recipe, orecchiette with asparagus, peas and lemon zest recipe and so much more.
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