Mascarpone and Raspberries Cream
- 375g Galbani® Mascarpone Cheese
- 3 tbsp. of rum
- 150 g. of raspberries
- 9 tbsp. of sugar
- 1 egg
- 3 egg yolks
- Start by separating the egg yolks from the egg whites.
- Whisk the egg whites until they form stiff peaks.
- In a different bowl, cream the egg yolks and sugar until light and fluffy.
- If desired, add a packet of vanilla sugar or a teaspoon of lime juice.
- Incorporate the Galbani mascarpone into the egg and sugar mixture using an electric mixer.
- Mix until smooth and creamy, then gently fold in the egg whites.
Mascarpone is an Italian cuisine staple.
It can be used to make sweet or savoury verrines, and also more elaborate creations, like a real tiramisu and velvety sauces.
You’re probably familiar with mascarpone mousse mixed with a crumble. Today, we’re making a raspberry-mascarpone dessert.
There’s no baking required and it’s ready in just a few minutes. It’s ideal for anyone looking for a quick and delicious dessert recipe.
If you don’t have raspberries on hand, you can use any other type of berry.
You can also use any other type of fruit for this easy recipe: banana, pineapple, fig, pear, mango, kiwi, cherry, peach, etc.
Depending on your taste, you can garnish your raspberry verrines with whipped cream, syrup, honey, Nutella or even caramel.
If you still have a little mascarpone left, you can incorporate the Italian cheese into your cake recipes.
To make a mascarpone cake, cream the eggs and sugar until they become light and fluffy. Add the mascarpone, butter, flour and baking powder.
If you like, you can add a little lemon zest or orange juice to your cake. Pour the batter into a charlotte or cake pan and bake for about 30 minutes in a 180°C oven.
This cake is delicious with chocolate cream or fruit coulis. Mascarpone can also replace cream cheese in a traditional cheesecake recipe.
When making pie dough, you can use mascarpone instead of milk or cream.
You can also use mascarpone instead of heavy cream when making a sauce. It can be used to make a savoury cream sauce, verrines or appetizer bites.
Mascarpone is so versatile, you can use it in practically any recipe that calls for milk or cream. It’ll provide a slightly different taste, for original, outstanding dishes. If you’re looking for more recipes to bookmark, watch some online videos. You’ll find a thousand more ways to create mascarpone-based delights.