After baking the Green Tea Cheesecake, I'm so tempted to make another cheesecake because my family members love it so much. I went to Costco to buy a big block of cream cheese ...how big? is 2 kg big :D
This round of baking I try using the frozen mixed berries in the cheesecake. The frozen mixed berries are so pretty and looks really fresh, I used about 50g (cup measurement, this is what I always do as too lazy to get the digital measurement out) to blend it into mixed berries puree (note: no water added)
My hubby and son loves the fruity taste of this cheesecake, as for me, I still prefer my Green Tea Cheesecake :) I'm using the previous recipe with some adaptation as I want to add the mixed berries and also want a taller cheesecake. I'm not using the 6" round cake pan but the 7" square cake pan.
60g or 10 pcs of biscuits
20g unsalted butter, melted
Mixed berries filling:
500g cream cheese
150g thickened cream
120g butter, soften
30g corn flour
50g mixed berries puree
1. Place biscuit in a plastic bag and crash it into small crumbles, stir in the melted butter.
2. Place the baking paper in the cake pan and add in the biscuit crumbles. Press down the biscuit to the cake pan.
3. Double boil the cream cheese and sugar in a big bowl, until the sugar is melted and mix well with cream cheese. Take the bowl away from the heat, add the egg, one at a time. Mix well.
4. Gradually add in the thickened cream, butter and corn flour. Stir well. Add in mixed berries.
5. Sieve the batter and pour in the sieved batter to the cake pan.
6. Prepare the water bath, place the cake pan in the water bath. Bake at 120C for one hour.
7. When the cake is done, take out from the oven and let it cool down before put in the fridge. Dislodge the cake only when the cake is harden.
Note: The center of the cake will still be a bit wobble after an hour baking, it is ok as long as the surface of the cake is firm when touch. Keep in the fridge for overnight and the cheesecake will be harden.