If there could be a deadly combination of two heavenly desserts, that has to be Rasmalai Tiramisu – Indian Fusion Dessert that makes you go gaga over it. Rasmalai is an absolute favourite dessert of Indians and Tiramisu on the other hand is a boon for coffee lovers throughout the world. So, I thought of mixing these and creating an incredible recipe. Want to know how? Keep reading!
Rasmalai Tiramisu – Indian Fusion Dessert
First things first, let me tell you why I chose Rasmalai to go with Tiramisu. My first and foremost reason is that both of these desserts are creamy and the second reason is how well we all love the combination of milk and coffee. Yes, we all love adding milk in our coffee. For some of us it is all the morning dose that we need to kick start our day. I used the same concept for this Rasmalai Tiramisu. While Rasmalai has a rich texture of milk and cream, Tiramisu has coffee and cream. That makes a wonderful combination. But, the twist is that I have used rose extract instead of coffee powder to give you a new feel and taste. Ah, the combination of rose and milk! Aren’t you drooling already?
Rasmalai Tiramisu – this jar of happiness is perfect for parties, to serve for guests, for special occasions and to satiate your dessert cravings anytime you want. The whipped cream in this recipe is all you want to be stress free and the pistachio toppings with saffron milk is such a delight to try.
I have hyped this dessert enough. I know you want to dig into it already, So, here’s the complete recipe which is super easy and quick. Whenever you need to fix a quick dessert, this Indian fusion dessert is a great option. You are going to fall in love with this. If you did, do let me know. I will see you soon with another amazing recipe. Until then take care and celebrate baking!
Here are some more Indian Fusion Dessert recipes that you would absolutely love:
- 10 Lady fingers
- 1/2 cup Milk
- 1 tsp Saffron powder
- 1/2 cup Sugar
- 1 cup Whipped Cream
- 1/2 tsp Rose Extract
- Toppings - colored sugar & pistachio
- To make Saffron Milk - add all the ingredients together and boil for 5 to 10 minutes. Let it cool completely.
- Fold whipped cream and rose extract till mixed.
- Assemble tiramisu by layering with lady finger biscuits, soak it with saffron milk and then layer it with rose cream.
- Store in fridge for at least an hour before serving.