Mango Tiramisu

Mango Tiramisu
Last time I’ve made Apple Tiramisu for dessert, I was thinking of to make Mango tiramisu,  the shape didn’t look like what I expected, but tasted good. This Mango Tiramisu recipe is re-post from my blog.
Mango is native to India. The original mango trees can reach 35–40 meters in height. There are over 100 different types of mangos. Mangos can be round, long, or oval. When ripe, the unpeeled fruit gives off a distinctive sweet smell. Ripe mangos are yellow, orange, red or green, depending on the variety.  The flesh is yellow to orange and has a highly sweet flavour.
Something you should know about Mango:
            Mango is the most eaten fruit in the world. The mango is known as the ‘king of fruit’ throughout the world.  Mango contains the same high amount of vitamin C as an orange. A mango can weigh up to 2 kg. The Mango tree plays a sacred role in India. The mango is a symbol of love and some Indian people believe that the mango tree can grant wishes.  From flower till fruit takes about 140 days.
Mango Tiramisu


  • 2 Mango / 600ml Mango puree
  • 1 Orange fruit / 100ml Orange juice
  • 1 Tablespoon Orange liqueur
  • 250g Mascarpone
  • 100ml Whipping cream / 5 Tablespoons Whipped cream
  • 100ml Yoghurt
  • 3 Tablespoons Honey
  • 100g/12 Lady finger biscuits


  1. - peel mango from its skin
  2. - blend the mango with mixer, set aside the mango puree
  3. - press the orange fruit, take the juice, add orange liqueur ( you could ignore it, if you don't like)
  4. - mix mascarpone, yoghurt, whipped cream and honey together
  5. - prepare the dish or bowl
  6. - put the biscuits on a dish, soak with orange-mixture
  7. - spread the mango puree on top of the biscuits
  8. - add mascarpone-mixture on top of mango puree
  9. - repeat the steps one more until the bowl is full
  10. - crush some of the biscuits and spread on top of it
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