Oh My Foodness Vol. 1: Three-course meal for your loved one – Rasmalai Tiramisu (dessert)

Food is the way to the heart! Therefore, this Valentine's Day, instead of saying the three clichéd words ‘I Love You’, take your love a notch higher. Say these five words 'I cooked you a meal' and see how you make their day instantly. Firstpost presents to you the first volume of our show ‘Oh My Foodness’.

FP Staff February 14, 2018 18:09:47 IST

Food is the way to the heart! Therefore, this Valentine's Day, instead of saying the three clichéd words ‘I Love You’, take your love a notch higher. Say these five words 'I cooked you a meal' and see how you make their day instantly. Firstpost presents to you the first volume of our show ‘Oh My Foodness’.

Watch five-star chefs whip up an elegant but simple three-course meal: an appetizer - Garlic Prawns, main course - Lasagne Portofino, and dessert - Rasmalai Tiramisu, so you can woo your loved one all over again.
Rasmalai Tiramisu

Ingredients:

Rasmalai – 2 pieces
Mascarpone (Italian) cheese – 75 gm
Whipped cream – 40 gm
Coffee syrup – 30 gm
Finger Biscuits – 2 pieces
Sugar syrup – 20 gm

Method:

Combine the coffee syrup with the sugar syrup.
Soak the ladyfinger biscuits in the coffee syrup.
When it softens, remove the biscuits.
Beat Mascarpone (Italian cheese) and whipped cream to make the tiramisu cream
Spread or pipe the tiramisu cream on top of the biscuits
Slice the Rasmalai into 2 halves
Place the first Rasmalai on top of the Tiramisu cream in the bowl
Add the second layer of biscuit and cream
Place the second Rasmalai
Chill for 1-2 hours
Dust cocoa powder
Garnish with crushed almonds and pista

Note: Oh My Foodness is a food video series conceptualised and produced by Firstpost.com. The locations and chefs for Volume 1 of the series have been provided by Marriott International. No monetary exchange has taken place in the production of Oh My Foodness Vol 1.

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