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Cotton Cheesecake


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Ingredients

12 slice(s)

Ingredient A

  • 250 g cream cheese
  • 250 g fresh milk
  • 100 g Butter

Ingredient B

  • 6 egg yolks only
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 lemon zest of whole lemon
  • 30 g Corn Flour
  • 50 g Superfine flour

Ingredient C

  • 6 Egg white only
  • 120 g sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cream of tartar
  • 6
    8min
    Preparation 8min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    medium
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

    Step 1
  1. Put Cream Cheese and fresh milk into TM bowl to mix for 3 min, 60Degree at speed 3

  2. Add in butter to mix for 10 sec at speed 3.

  3. Step 2
  4. Let the mixture cool down to 50degree. Then add ingredient B to mix for 1 min at speed 3 and set aside

  5. Step 3
  6. Insert butterfly, then put in ingredient C (mixture B) to mix for 3.5min at speed 4.

  7. Step 4
  8. Fold the mixture B into mixture A  and bake at 160 degrees for 45 min.

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  • Is it possible to do this

    Submitted by maplegoh on 29. May 2016 - 19:49.

    Is it possible to do this without a water bath? Most other recipes require a water bath. 

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  • My cake was perfect before

    Submitted by Pepolino on 5. March 2016 - 11:32.

    My cake was perfect before cooking.... But after it became like the magic cake. Layered. tmrc_emoticons.(

    what I did wrong???

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  • Hi There, same thing happened

    Submitted by sdmcleod on 7. September 2014 - 13:51.

    Hi There, same thing happened to me.  As soon as I'd put the ingredients in the bowl at this stage I realised that I hadn't washed the bowl from the previous step.  The bowl must be clean for the egg whites to beat.  I wasted this and used another 6 eggs/whites, in a clean bowl and it worked out ok.  

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  • Hi! Tried this today... But

    Submitted by ashleighkua on 17. July 2014 - 20:24.

    Hi! Tried this today... But the egg white did not stiffen... What could I have done wrong? 

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  • From www.theansweriscake.com/

    Submitted by mrbrennan on 30. December 2013 - 18:26.

    From www.theansweriscake.com/japanese-cheesecake :

     

    "Japanese Cheesecake has the most beautiful texture – soft, light and airy. You sometimes hear these cheesecakes referred to a Cotton-Soft Cheesecakes or Cotton Japanese Cheesecakes. Think more cotton wool or cotton candy than cotton fabric."

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  • Hi, this looks lovely, but

    Submitted by nard_80 on 4. November 2013 - 14:24.

    Hi, this looks lovely, but just wondering why it is called 'Cotton' cheesecake? thanks

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  • Hi harveykiwi, what method do

    Submitted by slchew720 on 16. October 2013 - 19:07.

    Hi harveykiwi, what method do you use to prevent cracking on the surface? would like to try this recipe

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  • (No subject)

    Submitted by harveykiwi on 11. October 2013 - 14:20.

    Cooking 9 Cooking 9

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