We offer you the vegan recipe of strawberry tiramisu, tasty but light and above all made with the use of plant foods
With the arrival of spring and its first warm rays of sun, here appear in your urban vegetable gardens, the first delicious and long-awaited strawberries. Very rich in vitamins and in particular in Vitamin C, the strawberry although it falls into the category of fruit is actually a false fruit, in fact the real fruits are the so-called achenes, that is the yellow seeds that can be seen on its surface.
Thanks to their sugary flavor the strawberries they are often used as a dessert, but they can also be the main ingredient in very delicate first courses. To refresh your spring trips, we offer you the vegan recipe of a variant of the classic tiramisu: with strawberries tasty but light and above all made exclusively with the use of foods of plant origin.
- 500g of strawberries
- 250g of dry vegan biscuits
- 600g of soya milk or rice
- 30g of flour
- 60g of sugar
- 12g of corn starch
- 30g of vegetable margarine (or vegetable butter)
- 1 tablespoon of turmeric
- 1 lemon grated zest
- 300g of vegan panna
- 2 tablespoons of icing sugar
- 2 lemons juice
- 150ml of water
- 4 spoons of brown sugar
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for 6-8 people
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In a bowl we pour 100g of milk, flour, corn starch and turmeric and mix very well avoiding forming lumps. Now melt the margarine in the remaining milk, in a saucepan over low heat, adding the sugar and lemon zest. Bring to a boil and add the previous mixture. With the help of a whisk we mix very well always on the fire over low heat and cook for about 2/3 minutes. Let the cream cool and in the meantime whip the cream with the icing sugar. At this point we take the cream and add it to the cream mixing, from bottom to top, with a ladle
Cut the strawberries, leaving some whole, into small pieces and let them macerate in a bowl with 2 tablespoons of brown sugar and the juice of 1 lemon.
Meanwhile, pour the juice from the rest into a saucepan lemon, water and the remaining 2 tablespoons of sugar and let it boil over low heat. We turn off the heat and let it cool.
Once the mixture of water, sugar and lemon has cooled, wet the biscuits (slightly without letting them soak) and gently place them on the sides of an ice cream cup (we will need at least 6).
Now with a spoon pour a layer of cream and one of strawberries. We top off with an extra layer of cream and garnish on top with a whole strawberry.
We put our delicious strawberry tiramisu for a couple of hours in the fridge and once ready, we serve cold.
You may also be interested in other recipes with strawberries:
How and why to make dehydrated strawberries to have them available all year round
Strawberry coulis, the recipe of the unmissable sauce for pancakes and panna cotta
Strawberry cheesecake: the recipe without cooking and thickening