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post #16 of 38
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Originally Posted by chutzpah

This sounds delish, but just for the record, the word is:

mascarpone

NOT marscapone!!!



Oh Gosh, I guess those A's in English aren't helping me any now huh. After two kids, seems like my brains are mush!

Thanks Chutzpah!

Janebrophy,

I find it by the specialty cheeses and meats in the deli section. If you still cant find it ask the deli, they will know.

I suppose you could use cream cheese to sub. I don't think it will be as creamy though. HTH

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post #17 of 38
Not ricotta.... ew.

The closest sub would be cream cheese.

I used to make tiramisu all the time when I had my cafe and thought the filling, when made with all mascarpone, was too rich and too fatty. I used half cream cheese and half mascarpone.
post #18 of 38
Thanks Jess, I have my hubby on it right now, LOL!! And, yes, I am asking for Mascarpone, not marscapone, LOL!!
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post #19 of 38
Thanks Chutzpah, I'm totally new to baking cheese in dessert, although I admit I've been eating it forever!! If I can't find it, I'll try it with the cream cheese!
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post #20 of 38
I just used cream cheese and it came out great!!
post #21 of 38
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Originally Posted by calivettie

I just used cream cheese and it came out great!!



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post #22 of 38
Oh! Good to know, thanks for that! My husband is so proud of himself, he found it, and now feels like he conquered the grocery list! LOL! Will let you know how it turns out!
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post #23 of 38
This sounds yummy! Im going to try it this weekend!
post #24 of 38
Jess, Thanks for this marvellous recipe! It included many firsts for me, mascarpone cheese (so yummy!), and using a simple sirop on the cakes. I really found that makes the cakes much more moist! The final product was fantastic, although I must admit I didn't eat any more than one piece, because I had eaten WAY TOO much of the filling and frosting before assembling the cakes!! LOL!
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post #25 of 38
I would love to try this recipe for this weekend... Mama's B-Day! But, what do you frost with?? A white buttercream? or another frosting?

Thanks
post #26 of 38
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Janebrophy, I'm so glad you liked it! Hey a true chef always tastes their food before letting it out of their sight!!!! hehe.


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Originally Posted by Rhonda19

I would love to try this recipe for this weekend... Mama's B-Day! But, what do you frost with?? A white buttercream? or another frosting?

Thanks



I use SMBC to crumb coat. I cover with Fondant after. If I don't do fondant, then just the SMBC. I suppose you can use the mascarpone SMBC to Frost with.

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post #27 of 38
I have one other question..... Could you make this using a chocolate cake mix, and have a Chocolate tiramisu ???
post #28 of 38
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Originally Posted by Rhonda19

I have one other question..... Could you make this using a chocolate cake mix, and have a Chocolate tiramisu ???



I say try it, see if you like it. I personally tend not to like chocolate tiramisu. I like traditional flavors for tiramisu.

But why not experiment if you want!!! I experimented and that is how I came up with this one.

Let me know if you try it and like it!!!

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post #29 of 38
I am going to put myself out here now and act like a real dummy!!! But would you mind telling me, " What is SMBC" ?? I know it is probably some type of buttercream....right??

I hate to ask so many questions, and I really not as dumb as I seem?? (LOL) .... but I am new to this site, and not very familiar with your abbreviations!

Thanks
Rhonda
post #30 of 38
Rhonda ask away, how else will you learn everything there is to know? smbc = Swiss Meringue Buttercream
there is a list of acronyms in teh General Forum at teh top:
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