Top Rated Zuppa Inglese Recipes

by
International Recipes
ZUPPA INGLESE English Soup Italiansource:Women's Day International Collectionserves 102 tablespoons butter or margarine2 cups milk3/4 cup sugar3 tablespoons cornstarch1/2 teaspoons salt2 eggs, beaten1 teaspoon vanilla extract12 oz sponge ...
0

by
International Recipes
ZUPPA INGLESE English Soup Italiansource:Women's Day International Collectionserves 102 tablespoons butter or margarine2 cups milk3/4 cup sugar3 tablespoons cornstarch1/2 teaspoons salt2 eggs, beaten1 teaspoon vanilla extract12 oz sponge ...
0

by
www.epicurean.com
Bring the milk and half the sugar to a boil in a large saucepan. Whisk the egg yolks in mixing bowl and beat in the remaining sugar. Sift in the flour and beat it in. Beat 1/3 of the boiling milk into the egg mixture. Return the remaining milk to a ...
0

by
donnamaria
The luscious colors of this Italian dessert are best displayed in a large glass bowl. Anisette sponge cookies are doused with cherry juice and rum, and layered with vanilla and chocolate pudding, topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with almonds.
0

The origin of this luscious dessert, which resembles an English trifle (the name translates as "English soup"), is most likely with the homesick Victorians who fled the cold English climate for the warmth of Italy. In this signature Neapolitan version, the sponge cake is soaked with rum and layered with chocolate-cinnamon and vanilla-orange custards. If you can't find sponge cake, two pound cakes can be used. For a decorative touch, pipe a whipped cream border around the edge of the dessert before serving.
0

by
Dee514
An Italian cake usually served on special occasions. Posted by request.
0

by
Giuliano Hazan, Cooking Light MARCH 2001
This dessert (pronounced ZOO-puh in-GLAY-zay) literally translates as "English soup." It's a classic Italian trifle made with custard and chocolate layered with liqueur-soaked cake. The combination of liqueurs can vary, but there should always be something red such as grenadine.
0

by
Gretchen Brown, Oxmoor House Healthy Eating Collection, Oxmoor House 2006
Prep: 22 minutes; other: 2 hoursThis chilled dessert is traditionally made with layers of rum-soaked cake, creamy pudding, whipped cream, and candied fruit or almonds. We created individual servings by layering the ingredients in a variety of glasses and stemware.
0

by
fluffy24
Zuppa inglese is a nice dessert that was very popular with English tourists. They love sweets with liquor. Thus its name, Zuppa Inglese (English Soup).
0

by
Celticevergreen
This is a copycat recipe of Olive Garden's Zuppa Inglese which is not a soup but a dessert. The directions may seem daunting but this wonderful recipe is worth the effort. Just take it in steps.
0

by
awalde
This delicious light dessert is very similar to tiramisù but it is based on lighter ingredients. Grandama prepared this often after heavy meals, we always enjoyed it as my children too. Sometimes she prepared this with alkermes, but usually she preferred the coffee version. This is her original recipe.
0

by
akselden
Ingredients: 1/2 cup sugar 1/4 cup cornstarch Dash salt 2 cup skim milk 3 egg whites, slightly beaten 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract 2 tbsp. creme de cacao 1/2 cup dark rum 1/4 cup Marsala wine 1 10 3/4 oz pkg frozen cholesterol free pound cake, cut into ...
0