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Anybody know the recipe for the delicious Pineapple-Coconut Tiramisu at Tibits?
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Re: Tibits tiramisu

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Anybody know the recipe for the delicious Pineapple-Coconut Tiramisu at Tibits?
you can find it in the new tibits recipe book, available for only CHF 179- (CHF 250 including p+p)
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you can find it in the new tibits recipe book, available for only CHF 179- (CHF 250 including p+p)
Seriously, that much for a cookbook? Consider me "dubious"

Oh wait, I have already been considered dubious.
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Re: Tibits tiramisu

I'm kidding. do you work for tibits?
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I'm kidding. do you work for tibits?
No, we were visiting Bern 2 days ago and I tried it there. I googled the recipe and couldn't find anything that seemed to match the way they made it.
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Seriously, that much for a cookbook? Consider me "dubious"

Oh wait, I have already been considered dubious.

Considering it is full of recipes for foods they serve with intention to profit, I'd not be surprised at such a price but afaik, it doesn't cost quite that much.

It IS in their recipe book though, along with lots of other very tasty recipes, it wouldn't be a bad idea to pick on up, or ask Santa to bring one for you for Christmas. (Barring that, look for "Kokos-Ananas Tiramisu Recipt" online, maybe someone posted it somewhere)
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No, we were visiting Bern 2 days ago and I tried it there. I googled the recipe and couldn't find anything that seemed to match the way they made it.
ok sorry then, I don't know what goes into their tiramisu
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Re: Tibits tiramisu

I guess you are looking for this one (sorry in German):

100g g Löffelbiskuits
100 ml Kokosmilch
160 g Ananasfruchtfleisch
3 EL feiner Rohrohrzucker
250 g Mascarpone
50 ml Vollrahm
5 EL feiner Rohrohrzucker
1 Bourbon-Vanillestange
1 EL Kakakopulver, gesüßt

Eine Gratinform (ca. 17 x 22 cm) mit Löffelbiskuits auslegen und diese mit der Kokosmilch übergießen. Die Ananas in 1 1/2 cm große Würfel schneiden und mit dem Zucker vermischen. Über den Löffelbiskuits verteilen und glatt streichen.

Mascarpone, Rahm, Zucker und das ausgekratzte Mark der Vanillestange in einer kalten Chromstahlschüssel zu einer festen Masse aufschlagen. Die Creme über die Ananaswürfel verteilen und glatt streichen.

Mindestens 1 Stunde in den Kühlschrank stellen. Vor dem Servieren mit Kakaopulver bestreuen.

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Bereits am Vorabend zubereiten, damit der Löffelbiskuit gut durchtränkt ist.
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I guess you are looking for this one (sorry in German):
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