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Looking for a Tiramisu recipe for 50+ servings
Kim
06/02/11
Does anyone have a good recipe for Tiramisu that serves at least 50?
ellen
06/03/11
Hi, Kim,
The thing about tiramisu is, there are MANY variations, so it is not simple to guess what you mean by a good one. Traditional? Easy? Ladyfingers or shortbread? etc.

They are also available frozen as restaurant supplies.

Here is a sample recipe which is pretty clear for quantities (2x the recipe would do for 50) but I would use a more traditional sweet layer, rather than the cranberry...

www.oceansprayfoodservice.com/recipes/Tiramisu.aspx?id=1654&nid=8

ellen
06/03/11
You might be interested in this article:

www.cheftalk.com/forum/thread/55016/what-is-the-origin-of-tiramisu

ellen
06/03/11
And cooking for engineers, one of my favorite cooking sites, offers this classic recipe:

www.cookingforengineers.com/recipe/60/The-Classic-Tiramisu-original-recipe

Kim
06/03/11
I guess I was thinking of a classic but fairly easy recipe. On the "cooking for engineers" site there is a recipe that serves 12. Would you suggest I simply multiply that recipe by 4 or would there be any ajustments needed? Thanks so much for your help!!!
ellen
06/03/11
Yes, times 4 would work.
Kim
06/03/11
Thanks again!!