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Hunters MKR Baked Vanilla Cheesecake Conversion,With fruit Coulis


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Ingredients

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Biscuit Base

  • 1 package Butternut Snap biscuits (250g)
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon, ground
  • 60 g butter, melted

Cheesecake Filling

  • 2 packages Philadelphia Creamed Cheese, (500g total) Room Temp
  • 50 g plain flour
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 250 g caster sugar, To make from Raw sugar-150g 5sec/Sp 9,set aside,then 100g 5sec/Sp 9,place together
  • 125 g sour cream
  • 20 g vanilla extract, (10g if Concentrated Extract)
  • 3 Eggs, room temperature

Fruit Coulis

  • 250 g fresh fruit, Mango or Berries(thawed if using frozen berries)
  • 75 g sugar
  • 15 g Lemon juice, fresh
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Recipe's preparation

    Biscuit Base
  1. 1. LIne a 20-22cm springform cake pan with greaseproof paper. Preheat oven to 160*.

     

    2. Break biscuits in half as you place in TM bowl, crush 3sec/Sp 7. Add cinnamon and melted butter, mix 5sec/Sp 6.

     

    3. Spread mixture in cake pan and using the back of a soup spoon, press over base and up the sides, at least 3-4cm. Place in the refridgerator until filling is ready.

     

  2. Cheesecake Filling
  3. 1. Place philly cheese into TM bowl, beat 10sec/Sp 5.5. Scrape down sides. Repeat this step 3 MORE times. Scrape down sides.

     

    2. Add flour and salt, beat 10sec/Sp 5, scrape down sides. Repeat, scrape down sides.

     

    3. Add sugar, sour cream and vanilla, beat 20sec/Sp 5, scrape down sides then beat again 10 sec/Sp 5, scrape down sides.

     

    4. Crack the eggs into a small jug or bowl. Add eggs one at a time through the hole in the lid while mixing on Sp 4, approx. 50sec in TOTAL(wait a few seconds between each egg, and each egg beats for about 10sec). Until JUST COMBINED.

     

    5. Pour mixture into the cake pan over the biscuit base. Bake for 45-50 min, until JUST SET, but still has a slight wobble in the centre (shake the oven shelf rack a tiny little bit). 

     

    6. Turn off oven, leave cheesecake in oven with the door open about 10cm to cool gradually for about an hour, then refridgerate for about 4 hours or overnight before serving.

     

  4. Fruit Coulis
  5. 1. Place fresh fruit, sugar and lemon juice into TM bowl and blend 30sec/Sp 5-10, increasing gradually.

     

    2. Cook 5min/90*/Sp 2. Allow to cool before serving. For a smoother consistency (particularly if using berries) push through a fine mesh seive after cooking.

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Tip

I have to give thanks and credit to the Perth MKR contestants Nev & Kell who scored a 10 for this recipe of theirs.

I just couldn't resist converting it as it tastes divine. I've made it a few times now and it always turns out fantastic. Family and friends also rate it highly.

The cheesecake is best made the night before or early in the day that you want it, as well as the coulis.

I used fresh Mango in my coulis, it was very juicy, but if you use fruit that's not so juicy (banana,some mangoes) add 50g of water at the beginning.

Serve with a little fresh fruit as well.


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  • Wow! Thanks to everyone for such great comments...

    Submitted by Cozzy on 30. August 2017 - 08:40.

    Wow! Thanks to everyone for such great comments and ratings!!! And of course that lovely photo of your finished result.
    I had no idea so many people had commented.
    Feel free to try my other recipes. Happy Thermi cooking

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  • AMAZING! This dessert was an absolute breeze to...

    Submitted by RosalieN on 9. July 2017 - 13:16.

    AMAZING! This dessert was an absolute breeze to make, with very clear instructions.
    The outcome (for my dinner party of 7), was a beautifully smooth decadent finale to our dinner.
    I made it the day before, and served it with strawberry coulis (strained), and lemon yoghurt - everyone gave me wonderfully positive comments about it too!

    HINT - for anyone that hasn't made a baked cheesecake before, and has pondered numerous recipes.....look no longer.....this is THE best 😊

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  • Perfection Love this recipe usually make raspberry...

    Submitted by Geraldine Christou on 18. June 2017 - 14:12.

    Perfection! Love this recipe, usually make raspberry coulis however made strawberry coulis this time as the raspberries were $7/punnet.

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  • Loved this cheesecake it was quite wobbly but i...

    Submitted by Jojo73 on 22. May 2017 - 20:52.

    Loved this cheesecake, it was quite wobbly but i left in the oven for an hour once turned off with door slightly open and it was perfect... i did a berry coulis and strained it. Really nice

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  • This never lasts a day in our house Always a...

    Submitted by Nungalicious on 30. April 2017 - 19:04.

    This never lasts a day in our house. Always a winner Big Smile

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  • This was an absolute hit in my household! Not a...

    Submitted by Breezii_001 on 17. March 2017 - 21:29.

    This was an absolute hit in my household! Not a crumb left! It is now my go to dessert!!

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  • Thanks heaps for the great

    Submitted by Cozzy on 19. September 2016 - 01:58.

    Thanks heaps for the great rating, so glad you found it easy. Feel free to try my other recipes, thanks again

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  • Great recipie, worked out

    Submitted by Aubz on 16. September 2016 - 12:40.

    Great recipie, worked out perfectly!

     

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  • Thanks for the recipe! Made

    Submitted by meltingmoment on 11. September 2016 - 19:58.

    Thanks for the recipe! Made it with a blueberry coulis for a birthday party and it went down a treat. Very easy to follow recipe.

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  • Thanks for the great rating

    Submitted by Cozzy on 3. June 2016 - 22:59.

    Thanks for the great rating and comment Kerry Raelene, glad you enjoyed it. I couldn't wait to convert it as soon as I saw it . I just recently converted Nigella's Lemon Pavlova from Master Chef when it was her week. It's so yummy and not that difficult really. I hope you try it, if so, let me know how you went.

    Here's the link.... Enjoy

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/desserts-sweets-recipes/hunters-version-nigellas-master-chef-lemon-pavlova/326282

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  • Great recipe. Thanks for

    Submitted by KERRY RAELENE on 3. June 2016 - 16:40.

    Great recipe. Thanks for converting the recipe. It s a new favourite with my family. 

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  • Thanks Melmo for your

    Submitted by Cozzy on 1. May 2016 - 01:32.

    Thanks Melmo for your comment, glad to convert it. Makes it so much easier to make with a Thermomix.

    People will know that it's a great recipe with the star rating. Thanks again.

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  • thanks for posting this

    Submitted by Melmo on 28. April 2016 - 14:49.

    thanks for posting this conversion!  I've made it a couple of times now (pre-thermomix purcahse) and simply love it !

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