Delicious, easy, definitely worthy of a special occasion. Subtle flavors & smooth texture. Two tips: don't let the syrup get too hot -- and let the marscapone come to room temperature before combining with the sugar and vanilla so it mixes smoothly. Great with strawberries.
Sweet Tea Tiramisù
proseccolvr Posted: 04/24/11
LisaGvlSC Posted: 05/08/11
Good, but not as much tea flavor as I would have liked. The cookie part was a little too sweet also. If I make it again, will increase the # of tea bags to 3 or 4, and decrease amount of sugar in the tea to 3/4 or 2/3 cup instead of a full cup. It took about 35-40 minutes to get the syrup reduced to 1 cup instead of only 20 mins as the recipe said.
FeliciaKW Posted: 05/06/11
This was a HUGE hit at a recent gathering. Will definitely make again. However, I think I'll try making more of the sweet tea reduction to get a more thorough and even distribution of the tea over the ladyfingers
promogal Posted: 08/15/11
Fantastic! Creamy & delicious. I like this way better with tea than the traditionally made version using coffee. There's no bitterness to this. It's a keeper
Shaines Posted: 07/23/13
I doubled the recipe for a large group. It was very tasty although a little sweet. I had to make my own marscapone as the store was out. I am trying it again with regular marscapone to see if there is a difference.