Mascarpone (vegan). If you're looking for a dairy-free substitute for all those delicious desserts, this vegan mascarpone recipe is the perfect choice. I love having all the dairy-free cream options ready to use when needed, so creating this mascarpone cheese substitute was a much needed addition to my list. It works great as a bagel spread (think lox, with red bell pepper "salmon"), as a topping over muffins, desserts, fruits.
An easy substitution is using a fat-based cream that isn't from dairy. This vegan tiramisu recipe is made with homemade ladyfingers made with aquafaba instead of egg whites, cultured cashew mascarpone, and coconut cream. Perhaps the first in the world! Vous pouvez cuisiner Mascarpone (vegan) en utilisant 3 ingrédients et 2 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingrédients de Mascarpone (vegan)
- C’est 500 g of yaourt au soja nature.
- Préparez 20 g of d'huile de coco.
- C’est of Sel (au goût).
It can be used in variety of dishes like pasta fillings, risottos and for making a glorious vegan Tiramisù! Vegan Mascarpone Filling: In a high speed blender, combine Cashews, Agave, Coconut Oil, Salt, Vanilla and Soy Milk. Blend thoroughly until smooth and silky. This classic Italian dessert is traditionally made with ladyfinger cookies (not vegan), layered with a custard made of mascarpone cheese (not vegan), egg yolks (not vegan), and whipped cream (not vegan).
Mascarpone (vegan) instructions
- Mettre une étamine dans une passoire. Verser les yaourts et les laisser s'égoutter laisser au frigo 24 h..
- Au bout de 24 h les yaourts doivent avoir perdu beaucoup d'eau et la moitié de leur poids. Ajouter l'huile de coco et le sel. Bien mélanger au fouet et placer au frigo quelques heures avant de l'utiliser pour vos recettes nécessitant du mascarpone.
So when I made this tiramisu and brought it to my vegan friends (one of whom is Italian), let's just say that they were pleased. Mascarpone cheese is a silky, spreadable Italian cheese that is a main ingredient in tiramisu, as well as other sweet and savory dishes. But is there a good mascarpone cheese substitute? While I think there really is nothing quite like mascarpone, this is a great option for those that are vegan or trying to avoid dairy products. Mascarpone is also great if you're a vegetarian since this type of cheese doesn't use rennet.