Almond Cheese Cake

Yummy Bakes | 8:54 AM |
This is one of the cheesecake which I have been eyeing for a long time but so many good bakes have taken precedence over this.  Anyway, I finally got down to this.
Haha.... I toasted too much almond flaks so in order not to waste it I sprinkled all the 50g of toasted almond flaks.









Recipe adapted from Ann

Biscuit crumbs for one 20cm/8 inch round spring-form cake tin
Grease the sides and base of the lined (bottom) cake tin

150g Marie biscuit (grind, not too fine)
135g Melted butter

Combine the marie biscuit and melted butter in a large bowl and stir to mix evenly, add melted butter to the biscuits and mix till combined, add more butter to it if biscuit crumbs are too dry.
  • Press biscuit crumbs evenly at the bottom and about 2 1/2 inches up the sides of the cake tin and put in refrigerator for later use.
  • Wrap cake tin with aluminium foil to prevent water from sipping in during the process of baking.
Cheese filling
50g Soft butter
40g Sugar
3 Egg yolks

3 Egg whites
40g Sugar

250g Cheese cream, at room temperature
50g Ground almond
25g Cake flour/Plain flour or Corn flour
200g Dark sweet cherries (pitted) or Blueberries
1/2 tsp Vanilla extract or almond flavor

Method:
  • Beat cheese cream, butter, sugar and vanilla extract till light and smooth at medium speed.
  • Add egg yolks one at a time till mixture combined then add flour and ground almond into it, mix well and transfer to a large bowl.
  • Whisk egg whites and sugar till peak form and fold egg whites into cheese mixture with a rubber spatula.
  • Pour cheese mixture evenly into prepared cake tin, gently drop dark sweet cherries or blueberries on cheese mixture and sprinkle some toasted almond flakes on top.
  • Steam-bake in preheated oven at 170C for about 50 mins.
  • Leave cheesecake to cool and put in the fridge for about 30 mins before removing cheesecake from the cake tin.
  • Use scissors to trim the uneven biscuits crumbs at the sides.
  • Mix 1 tbsp apricot gel and 1 tbsp hot water, mix well (add more hot water if mixture is too thick) together and brush on cheesecake.
  • Chill cheesecake before serve.

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12 comments:

  1. Oh wow, the creamy cheese inside is making me yearning for a slice right now. ��

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    1. Bee, you may help yourself to more than a slice. :)

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  2. Your almond cheesecake looks so tempting with the generous almond flakes topping. Well done!

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    1. Ann, Thanks for sharing such nice cake.

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  3. This cheesecake looks very yummy and I don't think that 50g of almond flakes is too much for this cake.

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  4. Chris, your cheesecake is nicely baked. Looks great and tempting me :)

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  5. hi chris, that generous almond topping actually resulted in a nice decor topping on your cake!

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    1. lena - exactly and I can call it my creation. Yeah ... :)

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