Homemade Ladyfingers

I've been longing to make my own ladyfingers. Just so coincidence that Sonia posted the recipe on her lastest Tiramisu. Oh yeah, she just tempted me to make it straight away. Ladyfingers are a light and sweet sponge cake which is shaped like a large finger. In UK, they called it sponge-finger. Ladyfingers are best to be used in making desserts espeically tiramisu, trifles & charlottes.

And here's the recipe.

Ingredients :
3 eggs, separated
85gm all purpose flour
1 tbsp cornstarch
1/2 tbsp rice flour
*6 tbsp icing sgar for final dusting

Method :
(1) beat egg white, cornstarch and sugar till glossy and smooth.
(as shown at below pictures)

(2) now stir in egg yolk bit by bit (in slow motion!), untill well mixed.
(3) then shift in flour & rice flour little by little untill well combined, don't over mix the batter. The addition of rice flour is to increase the crunchiness and to maintain the texture of the biscuits.
(4) finally, fill batter into piping bag with around 2cm diameter piping hole or any size as desired.
(5) pipe batter onto baking tray lined with greaseproof paper.

(6) sprinkle half of the icing sugar onto prepared batter and wait for 5 mins before sprinkle the rest of the remaining sugar.
(7) bake at preheated oven 180-190'C for 10 mins then rotate the tray and bake again for 6 mins or untill the biscuit is crunchy enough.
(8) remove baking tray from oven and slowly transfer biscuits to steel rack and leave to cool.

Such a beauty!


  1. Kristy, can you come to the states and give baking lessons?

  2. Thanks for the tip to add rice flour, I know what to do the next time i make this again.

  3. Muahahaha... now I can save $$$ for buying it liao, thx for the recipe!(I'm a big fan of Tiramisu)!

  4. Wow tempting and delicious,looks so inviting.

  5. I love tiramisu and it is hard to find lady fingers around here. I would really like to try to make these, they look better than store bought!

    Hope you are feeling better Kristy!



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