Jameela’s Tiramisu Cake

TRH Jameela's Tiramisu Cake

3 Jumbo eggs
1 cup castor sugar
½ cup milk
1½ cup flour
3 tsp baking powder
2 tsp vanilla essence
125g butter

Put all the ingredients into a Kenwood and beat for 4 minutes.
Spoon into two pans of 20cm diameter.
Bake in a preheated oven 180 for 30 minutes or until done.
Allow the cakes to cool.
Once cooled pour 1/4 cup of hot coffee mixture over each cake.Allow to soak in.
Sandwich the two cakes with a thin layer of the cream cheese icing.
Then cover the top and sides with the icing and stick on Bakers’ Boudoir biscuits.
Pipe the remaining icing on top of the cake and grate chocolate over.
Lastly tie a ribbon around the cake or decorate as desired.

Coffee Mixture
½ cup boiling water
½ cup castor sugar
2 tblsp coffee
(Mix together)
1 box boudoir biscuits

Cream Cheese Icing
125g margarine
2 cups icing sugar.
2 tsp vanilla essence
½ tub cream cheese

Beat margarine till white and fluffy.
Add icing sugar one cup at a time and beat until creamy .
Add vanilla essence and cream cheese (do not over beat)

Prepared, tried and tested by:  Jameela Sayed

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