In the absence of ingredients, I combined a bit and it turned out to be perfect :)
- As the pudding needs time to cool down a bit make it first. Cook the pudding according to the instructions on the bag (1L of milk for two bags). I put it a little harder to sugar it - 4 bags of vanilla sugar and another 10 tablespoons of plain sugar. Remove from heat and pour into a bowl. Allow to cool, stirring occasionally to speed up the process.
- Whip the whipped cream, also according to the instructions on the package. I also added that 1 bag of vanilla sugar and 4 tablespoons of plain sugar. When it is firm, put it aside, then we will whip the other ingredients into it.
- Since I don't really drink coffee, I always use Nescafe with a combination of cocoa or baby coffee when I make Tiramisu. In a bowl - large enough to soak the biscuits - stir with a spoon: Nescafe 3in1, 2 tablespoons of cocoa, 2 tablespoons of sugar with 2-3 tablespoons of milk to obtain a homogeneous paste. Pour heated milk over it (it should not be boiling). Stir well to dissolve everything. The biscuits are dipped into it and arranged in the bowl of your choice.
- When the pudding is lukewarm you can pour it into a bowl with whipped cream and add to the mixture and cottage cheese. Stir everything well with a food processor. If you find it too sweet you can add more sugar.
- Put the soaked biscuits in the bowl first, then half of the cream mixture. Put cherries over it and strain a little through your hand. Then again the biscuits and the rest of the cream. On top of the cream, add the cherries again and grate the cooking chocolate. Refrigerate for at least 3-4 hours to cool. Of course the next day is better if you meet him :)
- * if you like a little crunchy then you can add finely chopped chocolate or coarsely crushed some chocolate biscuits (Cinque stelle, Moto, Oreo ...) to the cherries in the first layer ** ** as summer is coming now, cherries can be replaced with strawberries or fresh cherries or cherries
This time I made it in a large bowl, but for special guests it looks beautiful if done in small special bowls or even nicer and with tall wine glasses.