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VANILLA CHEESECAKE

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Serves 12

THIS CHEESECAKE IS PACKED FULL OF VANILLA FLAVOUR. IT IS ALSO VERY POPULAR WITH MY CUSTOMERS.

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Ingredients

  • 2 PACKETS DIGESTIVE BISCUITS
  • 125g BUTTER
  • 750g PHILIDELPHIA CHEESE
  • 125g ICING SUGAR
  • 350ml MILK
  • 350ml dbl. CREAM softly whipped
  • 5 VANILLA PODS
  • 9 GELATINE LEAVES soaked in cold water for 5min

Method

    1. IN A FOOD PROCESSOR BLITZ THE BISCUITS UNTIL FINE CRUMB ADD BUTTER BLITZ UNTIL YOU CAN SQUEEZE IT AND IT WILL HOLD TOGETHER
    2. PLACE A 10 cm CAKE TIN WITHOUT A BASE ONTO A TRAY LINED WITH PARCHMENT PAPER
    3. PUT BISCUIT INTO THE BOTTOM, EVENLY SPREAD THE BISCUIT USING THE BACK OF A SPOON UNTIL SMOOTH AND EVEN
    4. PLACE MILK AND VANILLA PODS ONTO THE STOVE AND BRING IT TO THE BOIL. TAKE OFF THE HEAT AND ADD THE PRE-SOAKED GELATINE, STIR UNTIL SMOOTH THEN PASS THROUGH A SIEVE
    5. WHILST WAITING FOR THE MILK PLACE THE CREAM CHEESE INTO A MIXING BOWL WITH THE ICING SUGAR, MIX UNTIL SMOOTH, ADD THE WARM MILK STIR UNTIL SMOOTH
    6. NOW FOLD IN THE WHIPPED CREAM UNTIL THOROUGHLY MIXED
    7. POUR ONTO BISCUIT BASE AND ALLOW TO SET IN THE FRIDGE FOR 3 HOURS OR OVERNIGHT FOR BEST RESULT

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rhysfarr2
27th Sep, 2011
5.05
REALLY TASTY BUT ALSO SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT TO YOUR NORMAL CHEESECAKES
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