25 January 2012

Strawberries and basil Tiramisu














I saw this recipe about a year ago and never can made until know
I saw the strawberries and think now or never!!

All here love strawberies so eat in any moment!
This recipe is from Gloria Frugone a Chef and teacher cook m (arefrom here, we always make recipes to a newspaper from here.

First: The glasses I made the dessert are really big but I loved them(are from Mexico) but we ate 1/2 dessert each one(lol)


This tiramisu is not with lady fingers is with  a simple if you  dont have a  nice recipe try this  here
Anyway you can buy the cake too.

Ingredients (6 servings)

1  fresh cake  
400 grs, mascarpone cheese or philadelphia(room temperature)
2 cups of  cold heavy cream
1/2 cup of caster sugar
600 grs. strawberries
100 cc a sweet wine like marsala or jerez
1/2 cup  basil leaves chopped
 


Method



Whip cream and add confectioners' sugar.



Mix the mascarpone or Philadelphia with the cream until it has a homogeneous texture.


Keep refrigerated.


Cut the cake into medium or small pieces and place in  the glasses  or in a large bowl.


Brush the cake with marsala wine.


Spread some of the cream cheese mixture and whipped cream on the cake.


Cover with strawberries  on this and then sprinkle with  some chopped basil.


Place the second cake layer, brush again with the wine or Jerez  and spread the cream cheese .
Place again  pieces of strawberries over the cream.


Garnish with basil and bring to the fridge for at least two to three hours until serve.

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EN ESPAÑOL


Tiramisú de frutillas con albahaca


















Esta receta la vi el año pasado en una de las revistas Ya donde escribe a veces Gloria Frugone que es Chef y profesora de  clases de cocina, me encantan sus recetas, todas las que he hecho me han gustado además de ser super originales.
En Chile generalmente la albahaca la usamos para el pastel de  choclo, los porotos etc.
Pero a mi me gusta probar e innovar, por eso me gustó esta receta.
solo lleva un poco de albahaca picada entre las capas pero queda delicioso, porque la albahaca tiene ese toque entre picante y dulce!
Ahora si alguien no se atreve con la albahaca, puede usar menta:))
(pero en este tiempo la albahaca está mas linda que la menta)
Estas copas que usé eran muy grandes pero nos comimos de 1/2 postre cada uno, pueden usar cualquier copa que les guste.

Ingredientes (6 porciones)

1 bizcochuelo fresco
(lo pueden hacer o comprar)
400 grs de queso mascarpone o queso crema
a temperatura ambiente
2 tazas de crema fria para batir
1/2 taza de azúcar en polvo o glass
600 grs. de frutillas
100 cc de vino dulce Marsala o jerez
1/2 taza de albahaca picada fina

Preparación

batir la crema , y cuando esté firme agregar el azúcar en polvo,
suavemente agregar el queso mascarpone o queso crema, integrando bien a la mezcla.
Hasta tener una textura homogénea.
Resevar en el refrigerador.

Mientras cortar el bizcocho en trozos medianos o pequeños para acomodar en las copas o en un bol.
Pincelar el bizcochuelo con el vino dulce.
Untar con la mitad de la mezcla de queso crema sobre el bizcocho.
Luego cubrir con frutillas cortadas en mitades o en  trozos
Distribuir la albahaca picada fina sobre las frutillas.
Cubrir con una segunda capa de trozos de bizcochuelo. y luego esparcir el resto de la mezcla de queso crema y crema batida.
Terminar con frutillas en trozos o en mitades y adornar con albahaca.
Si se quiere se puede espolvorear con un poco de azúcar glass y llevar al refrigerador por lo menos de dos a tres horas antes de servir para que esté todo bien integrado.

73 comments:

  1. Those look great. I'll bet I could eat all of them!

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  2. Yes I think you could eat all (lol) thanks dear

    eemm! you first (again)

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  3. I like being first. (And I'm third, too!)

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  4. Yes ,, you are the only one ... (lol)

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  5. I'm sure someone else will come around soon.

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  6. Someone is watching you say?? maybe later, is OK

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  7. He probado las frutillas con albahaca y me gustó mucho, y con tiramisú, ahhh este postre me encanta!!!
    Besos,

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  8. No, Silver can NOT have all of them I want one, or at least half of one--they look SO GOOD!!!!!

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  9. Thanks Rebecca of course dear I reserve one for you (lol)

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  10. Me encanto Gloria, súper original. Las frutillas estan preciosas, que ganas de comerme una copita altiro.

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  11. While strawberries scare me, the dessert looks delicious! I think I would substitute a different fruit. How do you think of these things? You're so creative chica!!! :)

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  12. Oooh...now, I've never had strawberries and basil together! I want to try some of that. They look delicious.

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  13. I love your tray, too, Gloria. So pretty!

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  14. Trovo queste coppette golosissime, anche io ne avrei sicuramente mangiate un paio, si presentano che fanno venire l'acquolina solo in foto, figuriamoci ad averli davanti...ciao e a presto...

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  15. Strawberries look so yummy. We have to wait few months for fresh strawberries :(

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  16. You need big glasses to have as much of this dessert as possible at once Gloria!!

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  17. Why aren't strawberries and basil in season yet!?!?!? WHY?!?!?

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  18. Strawberries is an interesting name. They don't have straws and are bigger than most berries, makes no sense..haha

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  19. What a lovely post ! I love strawberries & these strawberries & basil tiramisu looks tasty. The red strawberries looks lovely with your blue glass. Beautiful :)

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  20. Me encantan las frutillas con albahaca....quedan deliciosas....a veces les pongo tambien balsamico....acentua el sabor....tus copitas estan deliciosas!!........Abrazotes, Marcela

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  21. Yummy Dish...I am gonna make it soon..Bookmarked it..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  22. What a pretty way to serve that wonderful strawberry dessert! Those glasses are beautiful.

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  23. spettacolare e super golosa

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  24. ironically i just bought strawberries this morning...was going to put them with pound cake and make strawberry shortcake but i might need to save a few now...nice...

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  25. Beautiful & so delicious. It looks wonderful Gloria.

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  26. Gracias Pilar, son un poco grandes estas copitas! pero me encantaron!

    Jax you dont like strawberries! ? but you can make with bkueberries or raspberries!

    Really Betsy Is my first time I mix strawberries and basil but was fine, onlt a little chopped:)

    Tahnks Betsy you are nice this try mad eme a friend many years ago! she works so fine!

    Grazie Max!!

    Yes is curious because in some countries always have and in others in spring (like here) spring /summer)

    Valli I think the glasss were a bite large!! but I loved them!

    soon Joanne soon! and I will be making atumns meals!! (lol)

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  27. Gloria mi prendo tutte e 3 le coppe...è una delizia unica!!!!!!!baci!

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  28. BAH!!!, con la pinta que tienen yo me comería la copa entera y un poco más!...total, por unas fresitas con albahaca..eso no engorda!!!;) la crema, el azúcar-....eso es solo un pequeño añadido!
    mi linda, que me encanta tu receta y sin duda la hare cuando por aquí tengamos frutillas :) a mi Elvira le encantara!
    cariños amiga bonita!!!!

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  29. ah Patt you cant stop dear!!:)

    Thanks Lostianausten I love your recipe!

    Marcela primera vez que las hago, y me gustaron so much:))

    Thanks a lot Kristen:)

    Grazie Giovanna, baci!!

    Brian I think is a blessing you bought strawberry and can make things with them, Im sure you cook so well! thanks:)
    I love strawberry shortcake!!!

    Thanks Pam:)

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  30. Juana que eres divertida, las copas eran enorme, no leiste que dije que las dividimos??? ja, de una copa sacabamos dos postres,lo que pasa es que ya conoces atu amiga se enamoró de estas copas!!! fue atracción fatal!! besos amiga

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  31. Gloria que delicia! Además el cambio de "decoración" del blog me fascina...es precioso, como tú.

    Mil besos.

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  32. Que rico Gloria, yo hago el jugo de piña con albahaca, me lo enseñó Sol, una delicia.
    Esto seguro que cae, para cuando tenga frutillas, claro.
    Un beso.

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  33. Mmmmmm....what a delicious tiramisu, Gloria! I love the strawberry version. I've made Giada's raspberry tiramisu, and now I must make yours! So pretty!

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  34. Gracias Mayte, bueno siempre me gusta cambiar el header y me encantaron estas manzanitas verdes! besos mil

    Kako, gracias, creo que te encantaría esta receta es original y deliciosa, besos

    Thanks so much Lizzy, love tiramisu, and love this version dear, xxx

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  35. OMG looks so good! Will follow for more!!!

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  36. This looks so delicious and makes me yearn for summer!
    Mary x

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  37. Strawberries with my favorite herb, sweet basil in a tiramisu looks like summer in a beautiful glass bowl;-)

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  38. Thanks Axis!

    Thanks a lot Mary, x gloria

    Thanks so much Patty!

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  39. This is such a beautiful dessert, it looks sooo yummy!

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  40. Beautiful and looks very tasty. I love your dishes. I have been collecting blue glass since I was a teenager.

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  41. They look beautiful and tempting!

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  42. Que rico tiramisú! probaré con albahaca, creo que me va a gustar. Besos

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  43. Hello, Gloria.

      Your splendid works enhance charm spectator still more.
      The warmth such as the fireplace will be offered to the audience in harsh this winter.

      Thank you for kindly visiting my blog.

      The prayer for all peace.
      
    Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃

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  44. Strawberry with basil? Didn't think the two flavors went well together....

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  45. Oh Gloria, I could almost drink in these beautiful photos of this glorious strawberry dessert - it sings of summer.

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  46. oh my goodness Gloria! look at this wonderful site ... i just had my lunch but i'm salivating again ;-) ... i love strawberries & any berries! i'm going to be back here to explore those wonderful recipes!! and one more thing, I'm just soaking myself up in the sun that comes from your pictures, goodness, that light and sun i feel like i'm at the beach looking at your pictures :-) true! :-)

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  47. What a beautiful dessert!

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  48. Now...this is a combo worth experimenting with. Beautiful photo Gloria ;o)

    Have a great weekend,
    Claudia

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  49. It's so hot here a cup of that would be so lovely! Looks so good!

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  50. Habría q probarlos ahora que la albahaca la receta se ve que esta muy rica jiji besos

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  51. Que rico se ve y que original. Muchos años atrás probé un helado de albahaca y fue tan rico y tan distinto. Cariños

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  52. That looks healthy!!! I always love strawberry short cakes!

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  53. Un tiramisu bien frais. J'aime beaucoup cette version. Je note.
    A très bientôt

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  54. Thanks to you all by your nice comments!

    Gracias por sus comentarios amigas!


    Nadji merci beaucoup je aime toi tiramisu mon amie, a tres bientot, gloria

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  55. thanx 4 visiting my space dear.....u 2 own a lovely blog with superb recipes dear

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  56. Thaks so much Fassela I really love your blog:))

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  57. A dessert bien raffraîchissant et original.On l'oublie parfois, mais c'est vrai que les fraises et le basilic se marient très bien!

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  58. Merci Blomma, and thanks for stopping by!

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  59. oh, Gloria, adoro las fresas, y es invierno aquí, así que los extrañaba mucho

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  60. Thanks a lot Dezmond you love berries like me!

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  61. yummy dessert...adding basil makes it unique..

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  62. Great twist on tradition.

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  63. Thanks Ramya, x

    Thanks a lot Chele, :)

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  64. Dear Gloria, I love basil with fresh fruit. The mascarpone makes it heavenly. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  65. strawberries and basil make a surprisingly delicious combination, and this is a great way to highlight that!

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  66. Thanks Catherine, xx

    Thanks Grace this was nice:)

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  67. Hi Gloria,
    What a beautiful presentation for your delicious Strawberries and Basil Tiramisu. This would be a very special dessert. Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  68. Thanks so much Miz Helen:)

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  69. oh.. that's a wonderful idea with the basil!!!

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