Strawberry trifle recipe
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Recipe introIndulge in the delightful flavors of summer with this irresistible Strawberry Trifle recipe. Layers of juicy strawberries, creamy custard, and light sponge cake come together to create a heavenly dessert that is both refreshing and satisfying. Topped with a dollop of whipped cream and garnished with fresh mint leaves, this trifle is not only a treat for the taste buds but also a feast for the eyes. Perfect for any occasion, this recipe is sure to impress your guests and leave them craving for more.
Keywords: Strawberry, Trifle, Custard, Sponge cake, Refreshing
strawberry trifle recipe details
|5||lady’s fingers, halved lengthswise|
|3 tbsp||strawberry jam|
|350 g||strawberries, hulled and sliced|
|pulp of 1 vanilla pod|
|1 tbsp||almonds flakes, toasted|
InstructionsSpread each lady’s finger half with the strawberry jam. Put the halves together and cut into 3 pieces. Arrange the pieces into a bowl and prick the pieces with a fork. Pour over the Madeira and allow to soak for 30 minutes.
Cover with half of the strawberries and press down the strawberries gently. Purée the remaining strawberries with the sugar and pour the purée over the strawberry slices.
Mix the custard with the vanilla pulp and the mascarpone. Layer the mixture over the strawberry sauce. Cover with foil and allow to soak for 3 hours in the fridge.
Serve sprinkled with the almond flakes.
ca. 15 min
ca. 3 hrs 30 min
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