Last Updated on December 6, 2017
I thought the cookies will be crispy and hard, but it was soft, more like a cake. When i made tiramisu using this, i felt these cookies absorbed the coffee liquid perfectly and the end result of the tiramisu turned out to be so good. And also the cookies were little on the flatter side because i didn't use the speciality pan which i used to make this. Overall this is a great recipe to make a perfect tiramisu.
Recipe Source: Archana's Kitchen
Preheat oven to 180 degree C.
Store them in air tight container.
|Take all your ingredients|
|start by separating eggs|
|Set eggwhites in a bowl and yolks in another bowl|
|now start by beating the egg whites|
|when it is little fluffy|
|add in sugar|
|use a beater to beat them|
|once it is nice and thick, set aside|
|now take egg yolks in a bowl|
|add in sugar|
|along with a dash of vanilla|
|use a beater to cream this up|
|now it is nice and pale|
|add in egg whites and slowly mix it up|
|now it is mixed up|
|sieve flour in|
|fold very gently, so you dont disintegrate the egg whites|
|now it is all mixed up|
|line a baking tray with parchment paper|
|i used a disposable piping bag..if you dont have
piping bag, you can pour the batter on the tray and
bake till golden, then cut it into strips and use.
|fill it up|
|cut the tip off|
|pipe small fingers|
|bake it up|
|once it is cooled, remove it and store it in air
tight container, use this for tiramisu