Surprise Mom — if you happen to can — with this elegant however kid-friendly dessert for Mother’s Day.
This deal with, from our guide “COOKish,” which limits recipes to simply six substances with out sacrificing taste, takes simply 20 minutes and might be tucked into the again of the freezer as much as every week upfront.
It combines Italian semifreddo with a layered pudding in style in Portugal and its former colony Macau.
Called serradura, which interprets as “sawdust,” the normal pudding layers pulverized Marie biscuits and whipped cream sweetened with condensed milk. We elevate the dish by opening a can of mandarin oranges and chopping them to fold into the cream.
For extra texture, we preserve the biscuits largely complete and layer them in a pan with the fruit-studded cream. After freezing, the dessert is reduce into slices that reveal a mosaic-like design. To serve, invert it onto a platter or slice it straight within the pan; if too agency to chop, let it soften for a couple of minutes at room temperature.
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If you possibly can’t discover Marie biscuits, shortbread cookies are an excellent substitute. Even graham crackers might work, although they will not have the identical texture. Regardless, this frozen candy seems to be spectacular however is a breeze to make.
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