Baked Cheese Cake@Strawberry Coulis烤乳酪蛋糕@草莓浆

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by Sivia

My husband has been asking for a classic baked cheese cake.Since I bought this 6 packs cream cheese at good deal, thinking what to bake with it.

Classic baked cheese is something heavy in cheese.I remembered that he is the reason i started to eat pizza and cheese cake. From how he grew up, classic cheese cake is always his favourite from his mom.

I want to make classic cheese cake with some twist. So added some fresh strawberry coulis into the cake.

Let’s get started shall we?

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2 components you need:

  • Strawberry coulis
  • cheese cake

 

how to make strawberry coulis

strawberry coulis

 

 

Ingredients:

  • 70g McVITIES digestive biscuits (or any digestive biscuits)
  • 30g marie biscuits
  • 50g Western Star unsalted butter, melted ( or any unsalted butter)
  • 250g Philadelphia cream cheese, softened in room temperature( or any cream cheese)
  • 120g castor sugar
  • 200g  Vaalia natural yoghurt /or Jalna greek yoghurt ( or any natural or greek yoghurt)
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla paste
  • 2 tbsp cake flour
  • 2 tsp lemon juice
  • 200ml Bulla whipping cream / pouring cream( or any whipping or pouring cream)
  • some fresh strawberries for garnish

 

How to make cheesecake :

  1. Preheat oven to 180C. Grease a 8″ round (base) spring-form cake pan.
  2. Process the cookies until resembles fine crumbs. Add in melted butter and mix well.
  3. Lightly oil the cake pan with some butter, press mixture over base and sides of pan. Refrigerate for 30 minutes until sets.
  4. Beat cream cheese and sugar until creamy. Then add in yoghurt and mix until smooth. Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating until just combined.
  5. Lastly add in vanilla , cake flour then lemon juice and whipping cream. Strain the mixture until no lump is found. Pour  1/3 of mixture into prepared cake pan,then pour in the strawberry coulis. Pour in the remaining cream cheese mixture.
  6. Bake at 180C for 50-60minutes  until cake is set but still wobbly in the middle.
  7. Allow to cool in oven with door ajar(a) for an hour. Remove from oven and cool completely. Refrigerate 6 hours or overnight. 
  8. Before un-moulding, run a knife around the edges of cake.
  9. Decorate with some fresh strawberry. Brush with some mirror glaze /clear glaze/nappage(b)(if you have).Serve.

Note:

(a)Ajar : something that is slightly open. Oven door ajar means oven door slightly open to allow hot temperature flows out slowly to prevent drastic temperature changes.

(b) Nappage : apricot glaze is a baking technique. Jam made from apricots is diluted with water to form a transparent, slightly apricot-colored glaze.You can find in any bakery store. Sometimes they called it neutral or mirror glaze.

 

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by Sivia

Note:

  • You can just bake a classic plain cheese cake without strawberry coulis for your own preference.
  • Red wine added is optional,you can remove it from recipe.
  • You can turn this “baked cheesecake” recipe into ” New York cheesecake” by few changes:

a) replace yoghurt with sour cream, equal amount.

b) replace cake flour with corn flour, equal amount

c) New York cheese cake require water bath method: wrap aluminium foil around the base of cake pan, bake at 200c for 30 minutes until golden brown on

top, then turn down heat to 160c for another 30 minutes.You can leave in the oven with  door ajar for 30-60 minutes by removing the water bath.

d) classic baked cheesecake does not bake by using water bath,but i personal wrap with aluminium foil for preventing oil flowing out from the base mixture.You can always remove the aluminium foil and just bake it straight in the oven.

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Hope you like this sharing. Welcome to leave any comment ya ^_^

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14 thoughts on “Baked Cheese Cake@Strawberry Coulis烤乳酪蛋糕@草莓浆

  1. so creamy and yummy…..thanks for your wonderful recipe…I shall try this too…but my hubby not a cheesecake lover…he don’t eat any cheese cake at all…

    • Pei San:
      oh my dear pei san, happy to see u here. actually i am not a heavy cream cheese person. But husband bought me 6 block cream cheese, have to think how to use it, I baked this for him. ur husband and i are same same… u and my husband are cheese lover… dont worry, go ahead and bake, always can find someone share with you de…. it is possible. thank u for dropping by ya dear

      • Pei san:

        my husband just happened that he loves cheese, and cream cheese on SALES, hahah, so buy abit more. You two would be cheese lovers… Pei san, next time, you can try reduce the original recipe in to half or 1/4, make into small small portion. Like half of the recipe, pour into two smaller in size of separated cake pans, shorter baking time, and smaller portion, So you can finish it by yourself. I always do that. dont dream!start doing when you can!.hehehhe

    • Fion@轩宏妈:
      Actually i also dont eat cheese cake all the time. when cream cheese on sales, i will buy, u can reduce the portion of the recipe, then bake a super small one for urself, or u can share with ur friends?

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