Thursday, April 29, 2010

Peachmisu


Last Saturday was Phil's birthday.
I celebrated his big day by buying him a trip down south to Margaret River and of course did a simple n easy peachmisu for him.
Actually what is in my mind was making a mangomisu but i really cant find good mangoes in any stores at this time.
So i got no choice have to use peaches as substitute.
Luckily the end result was not too bad.
But still i prefer mangoes than peaches.
Anyway, Phil love it so much.
Ingredients:
  • 500g mascarpone cheese
  • 500ml thickened cream
  • 50g icing sugar
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 125ml Grand Marnier
  • Juice of 2 oranges
  • 300g savoiardi (or sponge finger biscuits)
  • 1 can peaches (drained n thinly sliced)
Method:
  1. Line base of 22cm springform cake tin with plastic wrap or baking paper.
  2. Place mascarpone cheese, cream, icing sugar, egg yolks in a big bowl of electric mixer and beat on high speed until thick and well combined.
  3. Combine Grand Marnier and orange juice in a separate bowl. Dip half the sponge fingers into the juice mixture and layer in the base of the cake tin.
  4. spread in 1/3 of the cheese mixture and top with 1/3 of the peaches.
  5. Repeat the process, then top with remaining cheese. Reserving the remaining peaches slices to decorate.
  6. Cover the cake with cling wrap and chill for at least 2 hours or until firm.
  7. When it set, carefully removethe sides and base and transfer the peachmisu to a platter. Best to serve with rasberry sauce.




17 comments:

  1. 哇。。。很特别咧!
    可以偷一块来当宵夜吧。。呵呵

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  2. 做的很美,还有吗,在留口水了。。。

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  3. Happy Belated Birthday to your husband! He is lucky to have you as a good wife. Ok, you can not do mango, then I do for you ok, hehehe..mangoes is in season now.

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  4. I dont have Grand Marnier, can replace with what?

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  5. Happy Belated Birthday to your hubby!! This peachmisu is so special and indeed so sweet. (看你爱人的笑脸就懂了)。。呵呵~

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  6. Happy Birthday Phil! That peachmisu looks very delicious...mmm. Thanks for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  7. Hi Jane

    What a wonderful collection of desserts you have! I have been a fan of Sonia for sometime now. She has the most amazing dishes. But then, I guess I am fan of her frens too..they all seem to have such wonderful culinary skill!

    I will definitely come back for more inspiration. BTW you have an amazing family. What a cute girl you have!1

    cheers
    JW

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  8. 娇娇,谢谢你。你还好吧?身体恢复健康了?

    Ann, 其实你做的 蛋糕难度更高。我做的是简单sap suai 的啦。还要跟你学。尤其是蛋糕装饰。

    Rachel, TQ.我爱人即使没有我,他也肯定是个快乐幸福的人。因为他的EQ超高。 哈哈。。。他是不容许自己生气和不开心的。所以我的功劳不大。

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  9. Sonia, TQ. I check for you already. If u dont have Grand Marnier, u can replace it with any citrus liquer or mix concentrate orange juice with bacardi/vodca/brandy.

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  10. Mary. TQ so much. Have a try if u really love this. It just take 1/2 an hrs to finish the cake. But i still suggest u to try out with mangoes unless u dont like mangoes at all :)

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  11. Jhonny, TQ. Sonia is really talented in cooking n baking. I love to read her blog too. Happy to know you and hopw to meet u again soon :)

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  12. 美美的装饰
    我看你的honey 不用吃也肯定甜在心里
    thickened cream 是动物还是植物鲜奶油?

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  13. happy birthday to
    你的hubby^^~

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  14. Pynn, whipping cream是动物鲜奶油。tickening cream 我也不会翻译。通常用来煮西式汤或菜。Jusco 应该买到的。

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  15. Hi Jane,

    Ur peachmisu cake looks lovely! Especially like the peach slices arranged like a rose...

    Susanna

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