traditional recipe a little by adding an extra dusting of cocoa powder between layers, and also using amaretto instead of brandy. I let the tiramisu rest overnight, and served at a friend's place for Sunday lunch pudding, following the best chicken roast ever made (which I didn't make, by the way - this was a friend who has the gift of chicken roast, among others). I do think there is much room for improvement in my tiramisu however, especially after the tiramisu I tried the following evening.
Monday movie night, and after many recommendations from colleagues, we decided to try the pizza at Pizza East in Shoreditch. Good pizza + trendy warehouse-style restaurant + Shoreditch = popularity. We were forewarned about this, so arrived promptly at 6pm to secure our seat at the bar (6pm on a Monday, and we couldn't even get a proper table...). The seats at the bar were great though, as you can watch the prosciutto slicing machine in action, and admire the cheeses, plus the bar staff are very attentive.
Divide the mix between the two dishes and pack in. Bake at 180c for 20 minutes with the lid on, then remove the lid for a further 15 minutes. If you don't have Le Creuset mini casserole dishes with lids, just use ramekins and tin foil.
Once your crumbles are good and baked, let them cool for a few minutes, then top with your amaretto mascarpone and serve.
|Mini apple crumble with amaretto mascarpone|