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For 3/4 people:
500 ml soy milk
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract or a piece of 2 cm sticks of vanilla (even better)
100 g brown sugar
45 grams of flour
30 ml sunflower or corn oil (not olive oil)
at least 6 biscuits vegan as desired
1-2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
a coffee percolator by 3 people
Prepare coffee and sweeten it to taste, so it's ready.
In a saucepan heat but do not boil (!), the milk with the vanilla extract (or vanilla stick).
Meanwhile, in another saucepan, mix the flour with the sugar then add the oil.
Turn off the heat when milk is a little hot: be careful because just very little.
Take 2 tablespoons of milk and pour in mixture of flour, sugar and oil.
Mix until all amalgam into a kind of brownish batter.
Slowly add the heated milk stirring constantly.
Put the heat on medium heat, michiando with a whisk until the mixture becomes thick. More or less takes 5 minutes, I will stop after 1 minute of boiling, but this goes to taste.
More remains on fire it becomes dense when cold.
Remove from heat and let cool a little.
Put the coffee in a bigger plate of slices so that they lie in.
Take a container suitable for tiramisu, individual serving bowls or, for example, of a baking sheet.
Make a thin layer of creamy sauce.
Imbere the first layer of biscuits and lay them on top of creamy sauce.
Cover with more cream.
Do it this way how many layers you want. My layers are as follows:-cream slices-cream-creamy slices.
At this point I'm wiping over the cocoa, but if you want you can also put between layers.
If the ingredients are cold enough to put in the fridge to rest for at least 2 hours so the ingredients blend well well.
Enjoy your meal!
Thanks to Alice
Preparation time: 20/30 minutes + at least 2 hours in the fridge
It would be interesting to try even more cookies to put together. I tried the digestive, Oatmeal Cookies and those classic coffee that had not dried ingredients not vegan though was their flavor too strong. Let me know if you find others! One tip that I care to write lies in looking at the quality and ethics of ingredients. Especially in a recipe like this in which every ingredient could come from large scale intensive exploitation of land (which are sometimes very harmful to the environment even for chemicals which are used) or by companies where working conditions and salaries are not fair to workers.
So I invite, if you get a chance, to make a reflection of solidarity towards workers and the environment. For us it's still a luxury that is eaten in 3 pieces.
Thanks to Alice