Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Walnut cheese cake




Ingredients for the base:

250 gm. digestive biscuits
120 gm. melted butter

Ingredients for cheese cake:

700 gm. cream cheese
150 gm. sugar
50 gm. maple syrup or honey
100 gm. chopped roasted walnuts
3 nos. medium size eggs

Method:

(1) Blend digestive biscuits until fine and mix with melted butter and press into a 9" round springfrom tin. Chill in the refrigerator to let the base harden.
(2) Beat cream cheese wtih sugar and maple syrup until creamy and smooth.
(3) Add in eggs and beat one at a time until well mixed.
(4) Pour in chopped walnuts and mix thoroughly.
(5) Pour into prepared tin with biscuit base.
(6) Bake (baine marie) for about 1 hour at 160C.
(7) Leave cheese cake in the oven for about 30 mins with the door closed.
(8) After 30 mins, open the oven door slightly ajar and let the cheese cake cool in the oven before putting in the fridge to let it set.
(9) Serve chilled.

6 comments:

the yUmMie dUmMieS said...

Hi! I chanced upon your site thru sweet decadenze. Nice site! and your mooncakes look very, very appetizing!

delia said...

Hi aunty,
Tried out the walnut cheesecake. was happy to say that this cheesecake is wonderful. my mom said it's better than the baked new york cheesecake and it's the best cheesecake she had tasted so far. thank you so much!

yochana said...

Hi delia,

Glad your mom loves it.

My daughter in Perth baked this and was loved by all her friends and classmates too.

rgds..

Janice said...

Dear Aunty

I will like to try out this cake. Do I need to use water bath method? I am using 8 inch spring form, do I have to cut down the ingredients?

Thanks,
Janice

yochana said...

Hi Janice,

Yes you need water bath for this cheesecake.

for 8" - use 3/4 of the recipe.

rgds

Simply bakes said...

Hi yochana auntie:)

Just wondering what Bain Marie means. One of the comments said that it meant water bath. Does that mean that we have to bake it in a water bath like put the cake in a pan of water and stick it in the oven? Or do i just bake it normally?
Btw, your site looks awesome:D
Please reply! :D

Love,
simplybakes