Mango Tiramisu

November 24, 2017
Light, fresh and creamy tropical delight of Mango Tiramisu

Non alcoholic mango tiramisu


If  you after the recipe, please scroll pass my writings :D

My Mango Tiramisu Stories


Will you ever get tired of eating the same fruits, over and over again??
I do! 

I used to love pink ladies apples, but now I would walked pass the stall without even picking one! Same goes with durian (yes the king of all fruits!!!), I grew up eating and loving durians but now I can do without. 

But mangoes, I can never get enough of mangoes!!! love them.

Mangoes were selling cheap at the grocer. They were selling for 99 cents per piece.

I had mango shopping spree and within a week I hauled 40 mangoes, stashed everywhere in my fridge! 


Single serve Mango Tiramisu

What is Mango Tiramisu?


What do I do with lots of mango?

I made Mangomisu!!

Mangomisu or Mango Tiramisu is a combination of classic Italian dessert, but instead of using chocolate, tropical fruit like mango slices are added.

I would say a tropical twist to the classical tiramisu.

Furthermore, this is "Kids friendly dessert"!!
This is an eggless, alcohol free dessert. 


How to make mango tiramisu

How To make Mango Tiramisu?

The steps are laid down in the printable recipe below.

Mango Tiramisu, is a must try dessert for mango lovers!!

Its simple yet rich in flavours and of course anything with mango is always delicious.

The recipe adapted from Delicious magazine. 

In the original recipe, egg was used, however, I was concern with raw eggs and salmonella, hence eggs were omitted. 
I did a simple mix of mascarpone and double cream with sugar.

Tropical delight mangomisu


How to serve Mango Tiramisu?

I love to serve Mango Tiramisu in a glass.
It looks classy and elegant when entertaining few close friends.

Or you can make it in a springform cake pan for parties!

Either way, Mango Tiramisu is just superb and delicious for summer.

For my Malaysian readers, if Savoiardi fingers are not available or expensive, not to worry, I have got you covered.

A cheaper alternative for you to make Mango Tiramisu, would be using kuih bahulu!

The taste is just like those expensive Italian finger biscuits, Savoiardi!!

Eggless, no bake mango tiramisu

How Do I keep these Mango Tiramisu?

Cream and mascarpone cheese are the two main ingredients in making Mango Tiramisu, hence it is strongly advisable to always keep Mango Tiramisu in the refrigerator.

How Long Can be Kept in the Refrigerator?

The best is 3 days.

After that period, the mango slices will start to bleed and making the mango tiramisu soggy!


Mangomisu, delicious summer dessert





Yield: 6-8 servings

Mango Tiramisu Recipe

Light, fresh and creamy Mango Tiramisu. Delicious tropical dessert for summer.

ingredients:


  • 3 medium size mangoes - thinly sliced
  • 250g mascarpone cheese
  • 300ml thickened cream
  • 3-4 tablespoon caster sugar *
  • 250g Savoiardi biscuits**
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
  • 1 cup mango nectar (or orange juice)

instructions:


  1. Line base of 20 or 22 cm springform cake pan
  2. Whisk cream.
  3. Add sugar and vanilla essence, whisk to combine
  4. Add mascarpone cheese and whisk to combine.
  5. Dip saviordi biscuits in mango nectar and arrange in the base of the cake pan
  6. Spread half of the cream-cheese mixture on to the biscuits.
  7. Top with mango slices.
  8. Repeat for the second layer of biscuits dip in mango nectar, spread the cream cheese mixture and top with mango slices.
  9. Refrigerate overnight
  10. Carefully remove the sides and serve  chilled mangomisu.

notes

* depending on the mango sweetness.

** For my Malaysian readers - you can use kuih bahulu instead of Saviordi biscuits.
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Mango tiramisu recipe. Mango tiramisu is a tropical twist of the original tiramisu. It is also called Mango-misu.  Mango Tiramisu is simply delectable, delicious summer dessert when mangoes are in season.




Note : 

  1. An updated version with video of Mangomisu posted in January 2015.
  2. Second update 14th January 2020.





Comments

  1. Exquisitely exotic! I love mango and tiramisù.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. I love the individual serving of this mangomisu! So pretty and I bet it tastes just as divine as it looks, Lisa.

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  3. I can't never get tired of mango or apples :). These little bites sound great, Lisa! Thank you and have a lovely weekend!

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