500 grams Mascarpone Cheese
3 whole eggs
3 tablespoons sugar
1 pinch salt
1 or 2 packages of Lady fingers (hard biscuits)
sugarless cocoa powder (for sprinkling)
4 cups brewed Espresso coffee
2 tablespoons Marsala Liquor
Make coffee and put some sugar in it (not so bitter) and then the liquor. Set aside and let it cool.
Seperate yolks from the whites.
In a bowl, mix the yolks with the sugar, whipping until its very creamy. Add the Mascarpone and mix.
Whip the whites with a pinch of salt until they're firm. Add to the yolks mixture and gently fold in order to keep the whites airy and fluffy.
Put some of the cooled coffee in a dish, grab the biscuits, and roll them in it. [make sure its quick--you don't want them so soft it'll taste like mush!] Roll one at a time, putting them in a serving [9x13-inch] dish in a single layer.
When the pan is covered with the biscuits, smear half the cream on it. Sprinkle a bit of the cocoa over the cream--no white spots!
Continue rolling the remaining biscuits in coffee, making another layer. Smear the rest of the cream, leveling it out on top. Sprinkle more of the cocoa powder--no white spots again! Cover and put it in the fridge.
Let it cool for a few hours then serve! Again, its better the day after!