Our chef Max is working since five years at zum Spöckmeier and loves to cook the tradittional bavarian dishes, such as pork knuckle or pork roast with potato dumplings and a hearty beer sauce. Luckily Max is a real bavarian guy and enjoys all the great and savoury dishes from the zum Spöckmeier menu.

During his freetime Max cooks passionately dishes from the Italians and loves the classic Tiramisu. Sometimes he offers his favorite Tiramisu on our seasonal menu. In order that the Italian dessert fits to our bavarian menu, Max created a special Tiramisu with bavarians beloved “Weißbier” (wheat beer).

So that you have the chance to create your own Bavarian-Italian dessert, you can find the receipe of our Weißbier Tiramisu below.

An Guadn!

Cheers Ilka

Receipe for 4 people – What you need::

1  pack of ladyfingers, 1 botlle of wheat beer 0,3l, 500 gram mascarpone, 6 egg yolk, 250 gram white sugar, 5 gelatine leaves, 250 gram whipped cream, bit of cinnamon

Beat the egg white until its stiff. Mix the egg yolk with cinnamon and sugar within a double boiler. Soak the gelatine leaves and put it slowly to the warm sugar-egg mix. Stir in the mascarpone and let the whole cream cool down.

During this time soak the ladyfingers with wheat beer and put them into a casserole dish. Stir in the stiff whipped cream to the mascarpone mix and put a part of the cream on the ladyfingers. Then again put another layer of the ladyfingers (soaked with wheat beer) on top of the cream and coat them with the mascarpone mix. Put the casserole dish into the fridge and let it cool down for at least 3 hours. Before you serve the bavarian Tiramisu put the cinnamon on top or the cream.