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PeachCheesecake_(8)It is now summer season in Japan, the weather is so hot and I can actually feel that I am currently staying in Malaysia -> Hot hot hot! But to me, it is much better than winter, the extremely cold weather can kill me! Phobia...

Thank God that things happening around is making my life more meaningful. The events that Japanese organize, places that I can visit during weekend and most important is the FOOD that I can eat here.

 

It is time to bake again! This time I make cheesecake and if you have noticed, my recent posts on baking are all about cheesecake. One of the reason why is because I like to eat cheesecake and it is very easy to make. Another reason is because I do not have an oven with me. Sad! I miss my smart oven.

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It is now peach season in Japan, hence this time I make Peach Cheesecake. Erm, before that, do you know the word "peach" in Japanese? It is calledもも (桃), pronounce as "momo". Sound similar with "momo" (hair) in hokkien and writing is similar to 毛毛 in mandarin. Hence I guess in Malay, peach is called "bulu bulu". Haha..

Ok, back to main topic, let me share the ingredients needed here.

Ingredients:

Base:

200g     coconut sable biscuit (crushed)

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125g     butter (melted)

Filling:

200g     cream cheese

30g       castor sugar

100g     plain yogurt

1tbsp    lemon juice

7g         gelatin powder

50ml     water

200ml   fresh cream (whipped)

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1pcs     peach (cut into cube)

Method:

Base:

1. Add melted butter and crushed biscuit and mix until combined.

2. Press firmly into base of a cake tin.

3. Refrigerate until firm.

Filling:

1. Beat cream cheese until smooth.

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2. Add in sugar and beat until creamy.

3. Add in plain yogurt and beat until combine and creamy.

4. Add in lemon juice and mix well.

5. Combine gelatine powder and water and double boil until the mixture is transparent.

6. Lastly, add in whipped fresh cream and mix until combined.

7. Arrange peach on top of base and pour cheese filling into it.

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8. Keep in refrigerator for about 3 hours before eat.

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This is the first time I make peach cheesecake. It is delicious and I like the smooth texture of the cheesecake. Yummy


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#2 MnY-SH Yong 2009-10-01 07:50
Hope you like the recipe. :-)
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#1 Don 2009-10-01 07:49
Nice for sharing :D
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