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zebo | 16:59 Mon 18th Mar 2019 | Food & Drink
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I recently made a tiramisu using the method I've used before, beat sugar and yolks, beat in the marscapone cream, folded in the double cream and finally folded in the whisked egg whites. However is didn't 'join up' and we finished up with lovely soaked fingers surrounded my an egggy foam and a pool of sauce. It tasted fine but I was wondering if anyone has any idea about what went wrong! The eggs were very fresh, from the farm where you run over the hens if you're not careful!

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aren't you supposed to whisk the sugar and yolks over hot water to slightly cook the mix? Could you have over whisked the whites?
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Did you not whisk the cheese and cream together.
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Thanks for the unremoved replies, the recipe I used, and I've used before whisks the egg yolks and sugar for a long time, then the cheese, then the whisked cream and finally the egg whites. I'll try it again though. Love to know what were removed though!

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