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hanwilson
18th Feb, 2013
My 11yr old daughter made this with minimal supervision. Easy recipe to follow & looks very impressive. Lovely flavour, not too sweet or tart. Will definitely make again.
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marrika
15th Feb, 2013
This was my first time making cheesecake and I couldn't have picked a more perfect recipe to try. It's fool proof! I did change the crust to a pecan crust and it was delicious. 1c graham crumbs 1c pecans pulsed till small crumbs 2 tbsp flour 1/2 c sugar all whisked together and add a 1/2 c melted butter. No need to bake the crust first just pressed all but a cup onto the bottom of the pan lined with parchment for easier removal and then the remaining cup for the sides.
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hlarmour
12th Feb, 2013
Currently in the oven! Wondering if I can leave it overnight in the fridge before adding the sauce?
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carlytay2
11th Feb, 2013
Love love love this cheesecake! So easy to make, looks to all my friends that it takes me hours, which I like!! Hehehe... One of my husbands favourite puddings. :)
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globaholic
11th Feb, 2013
I made this for a dinner party using Morrisons NuMe extra light cream cheese, half fat soured cream and lurpak light and it worked brilliantly, and worked out at 300 calories per portion (for 10). A really delicious cheesecake and so easy to make.
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chocolatecrocker
10th Feb, 2013
I was unsure when to take this out I the oven. Edges were lightly browned but the middle had cracks! Did I do something wrong? Also it didn't taste great at first but once I left it over night in the fridge and it was nicely chilled it tasted much better. I used wheat-free biscuits which were a little salty so would add some sugar to the base next time.
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tanu_x
9th Feb, 2013
This is a lovely tasty cheesecake. The only reason I havnt given it 4 starts is because it is slightly more time consuming than some other cheesecakes that don't require baking. Also you need far more than 150 g raspberries to make up the sauce as shown in the photo. By the time you sieve it out, you will not be left with much sauce. However, once made well, it is very tasty and looks lovely!
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hannahmcrxo
6th Feb, 2013
Quick question.....at the beginning should I line/grease the tin???....or just line/grease it for the biscuits or neither??
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mansourabbas
1st Feb, 2013
NO I DID NOT CHANGE ANY INGREDIENTS OR METHOD
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mansourabbas
1st Feb, 2013
No did not change any ingredients and follow all steps and still waiting your suggestion 01/02/2013 please advice

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