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Mango Cheesecake


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Ingredients

12 slice(s)

Cheesecake

  • 240g digestive biscuits (or plain biscuits)
  • 120g Butter
  • 120g raw sugar
  • 500g cream cheese
  • 1 mango, ripe
  • 1 tablespoon gelatine (or agar agar)
  • 2 tablespoons Boiling water
  • 300g cream

Mango Coulis

  • 1 mango, ripe
  • 20g raw sugar
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
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Recipe's preparation

    Cheesecake
  1. Put the butter into the TM bowl and melt for 2 mins at 60 degrees on speed 2.

    Weigh in the biscuits and blitz into the melted butter on speed 6 for 5 secs.

    Spread into the tin.

  2. Weigh in the sugar and mill on speed 10 for 10 secs.

    Add the flesh of 1 mango and the cream cheese and mix on speed 5 for 20 secs until smooth.

  3. Mix the gelatine with the water and allow to cool.

    Weigh the cream into the TM bowl and pour in the gelatine mix.

    Mix on speed 5 for 20 secs until smooth and pour onto the biscuit base.

  4. Mango Coulis
  5. Weigh in the sugar and mill on speed 10 for 10 secs.  Add the flesh from the mango and the lemon juice and blend on speed 7 for 15 secs.  Spread over the cheesecake !!!

    Keep in the fridge until time to serve.

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  • I’ve decided that gelatine & I don’t get...

    Submitted by JayDee_DeeJay on 7. July 2019 - 10:13.

    I’ve decided that gelatine & I don’t get along! I changed the recipe slightly as mangos are not in season, so I strained crushed pineapple into the mix & didnt make the topping. Would have been awesome except for the little lumps of gelatine I always seem to create. (at least I’m consistent !!) 😂

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  • Quick and easy cheesecake ...

    Submitted by thermoalex on 1. January 2019 - 09:23.

    Quick and easy cheesecake Smile
    Was fairly straight forward to make although the instructions do not flow very easily. I read the other comments and so doubled the coulis (made the perfect amount) and followed the gelatine instructions on the packet. It tasted amazing and was well received by everyone. I will be making again.

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  • Used this for coulis

    Submitted by liz.cuth@btinternet.com on 16. December 2018 - 16:44.

    Used this for coulis

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  • ChanTurner wrote:...

    Submitted by LizNav on 9. February 2017 - 09:47.

    ChanTurner wrote:

    Not sure what happened to my cheesecake, i followed all the instructions though it didnt set very well.It was in the fridge for 7 hours... but even though it was on the runny side,it tasted AMAZING!!!!




    I had the same problem with mine so I am going to try more gelatine.

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  • OMG

    Submitted by Lara89 on 26. November 2016 - 17:58.

    OMG

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  • Perfect Recipe I have been

    Submitted by Goodsy on 15. June 2016 - 17:03.

    Perfect Recipe

    I have been using this recipe for a while now. Everytime it comes out people go crazy for it. It has now reached a point where people keep asking me to make it for events. Its the perfect recipe, you can throw it together in less than 20 minutes and people love it. A real crowd pleaser. 

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  • Not sure what happened to my

    Submitted by ChanTurner on 20. December 2015 - 23:33.

    Not sure what happened to my cheesecake, i followed all the instructions though it didnt set very well.It was in the fridge for 7 hours... but even though it was on the runny side,it tasted AMAZING!!!!

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  • Can this be frozen.

    Submitted by Augusta on 16. December 2015 - 11:23.

    Can this be frozen.

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  • Great recipe.  I added some

    Submitted by ReadySteadyCook on 12. October 2015 - 20:16.

    Great recipe.  I added some fresh passion fruit to the coulis. Delicious

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  • Made this the night before

    Submitted by Nat_the_rat22 on 8. February 2015 - 17:04.

    Made this the night before for our dinner guests and barely a crumb left on the plate.....delicious!

    Surprised by previous comments.....

    Coulis was just right.....I used Agar Agar instead of gelatine and before setting the mixture was worrying with lumps.....but no sign of them once set.Smooth, light & creamy tmrc_emoticons.D

     

     

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  • This was the first time I

    Submitted by Specialious on 5. January 2015 - 14:45.

    This was the first time I made a cheesecake and it did not take 15 mins and it should not be set as easy. If you follow Liz's instructions re gelatine that needs to sit in the water for 10mins (thanks for that tip LizO). This should be written in step 1 so we can continue to make the cheesecake while the gelatine is soaking. The cheesecake took me an hour to make. Also I think you should state first to mill the sugar and set aside. It saves having to keep washing a drying the bowl. Also you didn't say what size tin to use. As a beginner I'm not sure what correct sizes to use re quantity. I also had to mix the mixture at step 2 and 3 for almost 45 seconds to get it smooth. The mango coulis is definitely not enough, you have to double it. And how long does this take to set in fridge? Is there a 'trick of the trade' for a newbie to know if it sets properly! Hopefully it will taste nice once ready. 

    * edited to say it was delicious, everyone loved it! *

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  • Just tried the little bit of

    Submitted by mixing_liv on 2. January 2015 - 20:52.

    Just tried the little bit of filling I left aside. The gelatine has gone lumpy in the cheesecake mix. Anyone know how to avoid that? I warmed in the microwave and thought it had disolved well. 

    mixing_liv

    Wow super easy and very tasty!! I also followed LizO's tip regarding the gelatine so hopefully mine sets nicely. 

    I I doubled the Mango Coulis as I thought just one batch of Coulis was a little thin and I had another mango and half a lemon to use anyway.

    ️Looking forward to wowing my friends with this on the weekend! 

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  • Wow super easy and very

    Submitted by mixing_liv on 2. January 2015 - 19:27.

    Wow super easy and very tasty!! I also followed LizO's tip regarding the gelatine so hopefully mine sets nicely. 

    I I doubled the Mango Coulis as I thought just one batch of Coulis was a little thin and I had another mango and half a lemon to use anyway.

    ️Looking forward to wowing my friends with this on the weekend! 

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  • OMG!! Best cheesecake ever!!!

    Submitted by MandyMedz on 1. January 2015 - 16:06.

    OMG!! Best cheesecake ever!!! I've never made one before, and don't usually like cheesecake but I'm adding this to my list!!! Can't stop eating it! I used the tip below with regards to gelatine and added it and the cream when I added the mango & cream cheese.

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  • Followed the instructions but

    Submitted by LizO on 18. October 2014 - 22:31.

    Followed the instructions but the mixture did not set and had gelatine lumps throughout.  I found out later that you should sprinkle gelatine over cold water, let stand 5 - 10mins, then warm it up gently to dissolve the gelatine before adding it to the cheesecake mixture.

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  • Very Yummy!! Made for Xmas.

    Submitted by Starley on 1. January 2014 - 00:32.

    Very Yummy!! Made for Xmas. Enjoyed by all. Will definitely make again!  A keeper for sure..

    Thanks for sharing.    tmrc_emoticons.)

    Starley 

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  • Hi can I know what cream r

    Submitted by lrig on 5. December 2013 - 00:31.

    Hi can I know what cream r using?

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  • Delicious! 

    Submitted by KateKate79 on 3. October 2013 - 15:20.

    Delicious! 

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