Friday, July 13, 2012

Food In Process: Japanese Cheesecake


The Japanese Cheesecake 
is so good! It's fluffier and less 
heavy on the stomach than the 
New York cheesecake. 

I also found out that my
 handmixer has gaved up
living - I had to do all the
beating manually with a wisk.
At the end it felt my arm was 
about to let go as well..

So that was my afternoon
snack. Also does anyone having
problems with getting approval
at foodgawker.com? Shamefully
I do. 

Da Recipe: 80 gr creamcheese, 60 ml 
milk, 2 egg yolks, 2 egg whites, 90 
 gr caster sugar, 3 tbsp plain flour
1 1/2 tbsp cornflour, 1/3 tsp cream of
tartar 

 1. Preheat oven 180C degrees. Line a 15 cm cake tin!

2. Add in a small pan the 60ml milk & creamcheese and cook
on a low heat untill it's melted. 

 3. Beat the egg yolks with the half potion of the sugar until light and creamy. Fold
this into the melted cheese mixture. 

4. Then fold in the sifted flour & cornflour. 

5. Beat the egg whites, cream of tartar and the remaining sugar until peaks
 are formed. 

6. Spoon the egg white mixture into the batter and combine well. 

7. Place the cake tin in a tray and fill this tray with water until half full. Bake for 20 minutes. 
Reduce to 150C and bake for another 15 minutes. Stand 10 minutes before taking it out!



I'm Feeling: c:
Music: ICONIQ - Light Ahead I think her short baby hair (yes!) looks beautiful on her c:
Food: honeydew
Drink: tea

54 comments :

  1. mmm that looks really good. and i love ny cheesecake so thoroughly that it might be hard to beat...but i'm up to see if it could ;)

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  2. I would bake one soon :) this makes me hungry <3

    xo,
    http://carolyntay.blogspot.com

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  3. Yum yum yummy food *drooling* and it's midnight ;D Nice post dear, love it! ^^

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  4. This looks so amazing!!! :)

    http://lovelyprettyworld.blogspot.fr/

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    im following you.. mind to support me ? :p thank you thank you so much. wanna be like you :D

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  6. Pacman! :D It looks really nice! I have never tried cheesecake before!

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  7. looks yummy, ive never seen cheesecake this fluffy!ive a new post up about visions boards, would love to know what you think.

    your new follower, Eimear x

    http://supposeishouldblog.blogspot.ie/

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  8. Looks so tasty! I might have to steal a bit from you! Also, have you every thought of opening a bakery or cafe? I think you'd be good at it! ^^

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  9. i never knew there was such thing as japanese cheesecake. it looks so delish!!

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  10. thaaank you :-D your cake looks so yummy, i'm hungry although its midnight xD

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  11. Oh you are so genius! I love cheese cake so please gimme some :P

    JANE FROM THE BLOG

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  12. I love Japanese cheesecake! I do like NY style cheesecake, but like you said, it's too heavy and creamy.

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  13. aaaa i love cheesecake!

    bellionducky.

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  14. oooh the cheese cake looks really good!
    never tried a Japanese cheesecake!

    <3
    The Sweetest Escape 

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  15. Yumm I love cheesecake! I've only had the New York one before but the Japanese one looks pretty good as well! :D

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  16. looking really good.
    maybe I'll try it out soon :)

    http://theresia-oei.blogspot.com

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  17. wow that looks so yummy! hehe thanks for the recipe : ). I'ma try this out!

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  18. thanks for the recipe! it looks really delicious :0
    I will definitely try it!

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  19. I'm not usually one for cheesecake, but this looks divine!

    blueeyednightowl.blogspot.com

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  20. I really looks great and quite easy to make :)

    www.coffeecreamandthecaffeine.blogspot.com

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  21. This is an amazing recipe, thank you! I have never heard of Japanese cheesecake before, but it looks absolutely delicious! And ever so fluffy. :)
    Let's keep in touch!
    ♥ xixia | thisisxixia.com

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  22. Omg omg omg~ That cake looks so yummy, I really want a bite (or two) out of it! I actually don't like the regular or new york cheese cakes at all. Japanese cheese cake is the only one I'll eat, I like how it has more of a cake texture and you're so right about it being much more light! (craving for some now) I used to know a bakery that would make these into cupcake styles haha

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  23. Gosh, looking good! I'm a sucker for cheesecake! Def gonna try this recipe. Thanks for sharing, much love! xx

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  24. OMG! Looks so yummmy!!! O_O♥
    your blog is so nice!

    http://thehiddenroots.blogspot.mx/

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  25. I love Japanese Cheesecakes!! Totally agree with you that it's much lighter (so I can eat more). I baked it once before but I didn't have a hand mixer at the time so it didn't rise properly. I might try making it again.

    Liz
    chewylove.blogspot.com

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  26. wow! looks delicious - so much lighter than american cheesecake :)

    xxx
    www.ladyalamode.com

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  27. Mmm. It really looks cute and delicious! I'm definitely going to give this a try! =)

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  28. ahh looks yummy!

    Thanks for the recipe dear!

    <3 Una

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  29. That looks so yummy, Mei! I'm not a cheesecake lover but this looks so yummy!
    have a great weekend! :)

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  30. Wat ziet het er weer lekker uit, omg, wish you were my girl next door! Jij maakt echt de lekkerste dingen volgens mij!

    En over die Crunch, een vriendin zei dat ze het al een aantal jaar niet meer verkopen in Nederland, kan eigenlijk wel? Want ik zie het nooit meer in de supermarkt. ;p
    XX

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  31. yumm! this looks delicious! i really want some <3

    http://highstitchedvoice.blogspot.com

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  32. i dont visit foodgawker much since i know i would just tempt myself by looking at those photos of tasty food :P i like japanese cheesecake too! they're a lot lighter compared to american style desserts. looks yummy and healthy :) thanks for sharing girl~

    keep in touch :)
    -Joyce

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  33. Commenting again! Thank you so so much for the comment about my photo of sacred coeur, it means so much coming from you because I love all your photos!

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  34. uu, I really have to try this now that our oven is not broken anymore!

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  35. it looks so tasty :3 i really do love fluffy cakes, but mine always come out super dense :( so dense, they could possibly kill someone if you threw it :(

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  36. yummm!!! I really love Japanese cakes because they're so much lighter than Western ones. this one especially looks super fluffy! thanks for sharing :)

    metallicpaws.blogspot.com

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  37. mh, this looks so delicious, I've never heard about Japanese cakes! Thank you so much for posting, I'm going to bake one this week! :)

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  38. it looks so air light and fluffy!

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  39. Ja klopt, fresh cotton verkoopt voornamelijk mannenkleding en schoenen, vroeger verkochten ze ook women stuff. Maar heel af en toe hebben ze Vans in kleine maten of wat vrouwenkleding, maar niet heel erg veel als vroeger! X

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  40. I love to eat Japanese cheesecake and buy it at import grocery store. Maybe I can post something like that sometime and I have back pictures from about four or five years ago, after going buying some foods. Your cheesecake is perfect and I want to eat it now.

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  41. Omigosh! I'd forego dinner to skip straight to the dessert! Looks like heaven on a plate hun!

    Thank you for continuing to stop by with your lovely comments…hope to see you back soon!

    xo-Julie
    Peace. Love. LOL!

    Haute Khuuture Blog

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  42. Thanks for the sweet comment, lovely! This makes me soo hungry! Can't wait to try the recipe! Following you xx

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  43. It looks good :) definitely want to try this out x

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  44. MMMmmm. Your ability to cook and take delicious photographs never ceases to amaze me. One day you must publish a cookbook!! :)

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  45. i tried this once - and its so delicious
    You've such an interesting blog. I'm following it!
    Check out mine too!

    juanthegarage.blogspot.com

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