Serradura was introduced during my trip to Macao few years back. They are one of the famous and must try when you are in Macao. Serradura means “sawdust” in Portuguese, and it’s easy to see why the dessert is named as such, as the crushed Maria cookies resemble sawdust! And it is my favourite and they are easy to make at home. Since we could not travel; we are making ours with the PS5500 Stand Mixer.
1. 200 ml of whipping cream
2. About 20 pcs of Marie Biscuit
3. 150 ml of Condensed Milk
4. 1 tbsp of vanilla extract
1. Grind the Marie Biscuit or you can chopped them into dust
2. Put in the whipping cream; condensed milk and vanilla extract
3. Whipped them at high speed for 10-15 minutes or till it peak
4. Lay layer by layer of the marie biscuit ; then the cream and then the biscuit and lastly the biscuit on top. Tadaaa.