10 Inch Springform Pan
To cap a festive meal, this cake was wonderful. He has also worked wonders with a few friends who have sacrificed to help me finish it in the days that followed. When I had got berries, I had two ideas in mind: of pies (it will) or a cheesecake. I had not done since ... I lived in an apartment in Montreal (between 1997 and 1999)!. His concoction has required the combination of elements from three different recipes ... because I am a bit obsessive. First he had to prepare the foundation, a simple crust that requires only a few graham crackers in the blender with almonds and a little butter to create a mix "Sandy" you just need to extend to depths of springform pan. It compresses well. For the cake itself, I took a recipe taken directly from James Peterson, Cooking: 600 Recipes, 1500 Photographs, One Kitchen Education (Berkeley / Toronto: Ten Speed Press, 2007) p. 430. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 ° C). In a bowl, combine cream cheese and sugar and beat at medium speed until mixture is smooth. At low speed, add the lemon juice, eggs and yolk one at a time, beating after each addition. Fold in sour cream, vanilla and salt. Pour filling into springform pan 25 cm (10 inch) prepared (with the crust of Graham and almonds, what!). And here is THE trick to a successful cheesecake, cook it by placing it in a bath of hot water rising to half the height of the mold. Why? If you are filing just mold in the oven without adding humidity, it will crack and become dry when cooked. To prevent the infiltration of water into the springform pan, you can wrap the outside of it with foil. Bake 90 minutes or until cake is well taken. And here comes the third recipe. While the cake is cooked, prepare a sauce of berries. The recipe comes this time a book which graciously provided the producer that I visited to get the fruit. In a heavy saucepan, bring berries and water to a boil. Simmer five minutes. Mix cornstarch and sugar and gradually add the fruit mixture until thickened. Add lemon juice and almond extract and cool. Given the altitude here, you must cook the pastry a little longer than at sea So after 90 minutes of cooking, I added a thick sauce of berries on the cake almost done, then I returned it in the oven about twenty minutes. Remove, but discovered in pan on a wire rack to cool for about an hour, then further cooling in the refrigerator. Refrigerate at least an hour and up to a day before removing from pan and serve. As it cools, the cake had subsided a bit, but it was delicious and creamy. This entry was posted in the furnace, with the word (s) key (s) saskatoon, Cooking, Dessert, Cheese Cake.You can save your favorites with this permalink. Dr. CaSo ... I should tell you that the house also offers hosting services ... The next time we will sup a tad earlier. As for the layout, it's not perfect, but to put it to my taste, should I invest time I did not really feel like to devote to this project. I will change it again one of these four. David ... "to the station by the Hill" ... I am in danger, I suppose. But that does not stop me from producing food. Thank you for the compliment!. You can use these HTML tags and attributes:. Commercial use prohibited. Unless otherwise indicated, all photographs appearing on this site were taken by the author and reproduction without attribution is prohibited. Such is life Architecture At Furnace Plant Supplies Calgary Celebrations In the Ivory Tower Moving 2007 Edmonton Explorations Environment Francophony Cats Gardening Gay Just like that Plays Music Heritage Research and conferences Red Deer Rocky If I were asked my opinion Spirituality Souvenirs Vancouver 2008 Cultural Life Vita albertensis Volkswagen Golf. ..