Dangerously Tasty! Mascarpone & Whisky Cream

Let’s talk about something else. No, I refuse to talk about it. I know, but our life still goes on and there are so many good things not to miss in this world.

To lift our mood, I would like to introduce my dangerously exciting recipe today. It is Mascarpone Whisky Cream. Yes, I am talking about fat, sugar and alcohol. Yeah.

Mascarpone & Whisky Cream Sandwich by alittlebitofsoy

This recipe is modeled on this famous Japanese buttercream sandwich biscuit in Japan . This cream is made of butter, white chocolate and rum and raisin (and more, of course).

To create the similar richness in the easiest way possible, I decided to use mascarpone cheese. I also decided to use whisky rather than rum, as the whisky Christmas cake that I made a few years ago was quite a hit.

As I had a leftover tart pastry in the freezer, I rolled it, baked it and made cream sandwich biscuits -just like the Japanese one. If you have time (for some reason…), of course you can make your biscuits from scratch. If you do not have time, you can use a shop-bought shortbread, or you can even spread on nice bread!

If you are looking for some excitement in your life, try this Mascarpore Whisky Cream… It is dangerously yummy…

Ingredients:

  • 100g of good quality Sultanas
  • 1.5 Tablespoons of your favourite Whisky
  • 250g Mascarpore Cheese
  • 1 Tablespoon of Honey

Method:

  1. Soak sultanas in whisky for about 20-30 minutes.
  2. Whisk macrarpone cheese in a bowl until it becomes smooth and creamy.
  3. Add honey, sultanas and whisky from method 1 into mascarpone cheese and combine all together.
  4. Eat this delicious cream as you like! Enjoy!!

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