Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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Tiramis├╣ zucca-pandoro


Ingredients for 4:

- 200 gr. Pumpkin
- 250 gr. mascarpone
- 70 gr.
of sugar - a pinch of cinnamon
- a splash of marsala
- 70 gr.
almonds into strips - 150 ml. espresso
- 2 slices of pandoro
- 20 gr.
dark chocolate - 50 oz. dark chocolate with orange
- 12 small macaroons



Procedure: Wash pumpkin, cut 4 thin slices of pumpkin and keep aside, peel the remaining pumpkin, cut into pieces, and let cook for about 10 minutes in the microwave, sprinkled with a teaspoon of sugar.
Remove from oven and let it cool, mix all together with a splash marsala.

Dice pandoro slices, put them in a baking dish and bake at 200 degrees for 7 minutes or so, the cubes should be crunchy on the outside and soft inside.

Grate the chocolate and let it melt in a double boiler, add the coffee without sugar while still hot, stir until the chocolate has melted completely, so we get a dense chocolate coffee with the delicate taste of orange.

Spread the pumpkin slices in dish and sprinkle with a tablespoon of sugar and a pinch of cinnamon.

In a bowl, mix the mascarpone with the sugar, stir in the pumpkin puree and mix everything.

Spread on a plate a few tablespoons of coffee to chocolate to a bowl, quickly spinning cubes Pandora (Council to do this, the cubes as they serve us),
and place in bottom of a cup of Martini , then a layer of mascarpone pumpkin, a layer of diced Pandora and then the final layer of mascarpone pumpkin.

Place a non stick pan on the stove, and when hot, a few minutes per side to brown the slices of pumpkin, then allow to cool. Place a slice in each cup of pumpkin, sprinkle the fillets with almond macaroons and some small cocoa. Place the cups in the refrigerator for at least two hours before serving.

Recommended wine: Ramandolo DOC Colli Orientali del Friuli.


With this recipe I participate in the contest " Recipes leftovers " issued by the blog "The treasure chest of goodness " in collaboration with the site " Saffron Yellow."




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