Sunday, May 23, 2010

Condensed Milk Cheesecake

I was searching for cheesecake recipe in a cupcake, something like the one you can get at "the loaf". Then I found these The moment I read "condensed milk" I told myself I have to bake this :P
My pictures might not look promising, but trust me they taste really really HEAVENLY








recipe from Table for Two or More
Wendy is so helpful to answer all my question to make this cheesecake successful! Thanks Wendy ><

[A]
250g cream cheese
150gm sweetened condensed milk
2 egg yolks
1 Tbs lemon juice

[B]
2 egg whites
1 small pinch of cream of tartar
1 Tbsp sugar


Method
  1. Beat cream cheese until fluffy
  2. Add in condensed milk and continue beat until creamy
  3. Add in egg yolks and lemon juice if using
  4. With a clean beater, whisk the egg whites until frothy add in cream of tartar
  5. Then add in sugar and continue beat until stiff peaks. Fold into [A]
  6. Bake at water bath 160 C for 2o min
  7. The cake might be wet in the middle but is okay, chill it for 3 hours or overnight.





Note :
** The cheesecake might look wet in the middle when cooked. But is alright as this cake need to be chill for at least 3 hours or overnight.

5 comments:

wendyywy @ Table for 2 or more..... said...

The cake looks really good, especially with that generous strawberry topping.

Thanks for linking the recipe back to me.

The Sudden Cook said...

looks yummy - u serve it with jam?

Simonne said...

Wendy, Sudden Cook

Thanks for drop by
There's no oreo in the house, so i make a simple twist with strawberry jam. There is no cookies crust also, wanna make like those from "the loaf"

Anonymous said...

Looks rich but soft~! Can i steam this cake using steamer instead of baking with water bath ?

Simonne said...

Hi, I have only bake it once. So I am not sure if this recipe goes well with steaming.
You may try and steam it and share with us how is it?