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Snow Cheesecake....


This is one cake which has gone viral among Malaysian Food Bloggers of late. Me, not wishing to miss the train, gave it a try and the cake was liked by all. The cake itself is not too cheesy, but the filling and topping, yes. Thus, for those who don't really fancy cheesecakes can try this!

You can also use your own cheesecake recipe for the cake part. Just slice the cake into half, fill and top with cream cheese and grate cheddar cheese over. Done!

Before we go to the recipe, let me thank the recipe owner Sherry_Mz of Myresipi.com for sharing this wonderful and yummilicious recipe with us. She should be really proud and happy to see the number of food bloggers and readers tried her recipe. Also thanking fellow Malaysian bloggers for sending the vibes to others...and that includes me! LOL ;)

Now, to the recipe. I have translated the original recipe which was in Malay.







SNOW CHEESECAKE (KEK CHEESE BERSALJI)
by Sherry_Mz, Myresipi.com


Ingredients (A) :~


  • 6 eggs (discard 2 whites, so it should be 6 egg yolks + 4 egg whites)
  • 100 gm of refined sugar
  • 100 gm Hong Kong flour ( I used Superfine / Cake flour )
  • 60 gm of cornflour (cornstarch)
  • 50 gm of cold water 
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tbsp ovelette / cake stabiliser 
  • 75 gm of butter (melted)
  • 1 tsp of vanilla essence (I added)


For the cream part ; Beat until smooth and thick, no lumps. Chill in refrigerator awhile.

  • 250gm cream cheese
  • 1/2 can of sweetened condensed milk


For topping ;

  • 1/2 box Kraft cheddar cheese, finely grated



Method :~

  1. Mix all ingredients (A) except butter in a bowl. Using an electric mixer, beat over medium speed until smooth and thick.
  2. Then, add the melted butter. Beat again until well incorporated and thick.
  3. Pour batter into a lined and grease cake pan. Bake over 150C for 45 minutes - 1 hour. 
  4. Allow the cake to cool on a wired rack. Slice the cake into half. 
  5. Spread the cream cheese mixture on one surface of the cake. Place the other half on top. 
  6. Now, spread the cream all over the cake.
  7. Garnish with grated cheddar cheese. 
  8. Chill the cake for another 1-2 hours. Slice and enjoy!

Check my FB Page for more pics on the making of this cake! LOVE2COOK MALAYSIA








Yumm Yumm! Isn't this too good????













See ya'll again!

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32 comments :

  1. you have a doubt - girl that is super good. what a visual treat....love those clicks...perfectly grated cheese like show on top...oh mine

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  2. yummy...your cake is so tempting!!!!

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  3. Hai my darling Love...lama tak masuk dapur Love ni.Tergoda daku.Boleh minta sepotong untuk berbuka puasa nnt :)

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  4. wow! super tempting cake.. Nice recipe

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  5. Hi Love! hope you are doing great. Cake looks fabulous dear. nice clicks. will mail you soon

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  6. Sri! Your clicks have amazingly brought out the softness of the cake!! Kudos for the wonderful job!!

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  7. Delicious and mouthwatering cheesecake.
    Deepa

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  8. really a snowy cake and pics make one want for it.

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  9. Hai Love...Wahhhhh geram saya tengok snow cake Love ni...Lama betul simpan hasrat nak buat sendiri, tapi sampai sekarang masih belum buat

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  10. absolutely super looking cake... wow wow... any replacement for the cake stabiliser dear? can we just omit?

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  11. Wow, this is really a delicious virtual treat, my first time here. I have bookmarked this cake...
    You have great collection of wonderful recipes...
    This cake is just haunting me... will try it for sure.
    Happily following u...

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  12. Omg, cake looks extremely spongy, even i want to know how to replace the cake stabiliser.

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  13. looks soooo tempting n awesome..... super clicks...

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  14. Hi Sri, I'm impressed with your this cake. Look so elegant and beautiful and off course sedaplicious too. Very nice texture, look so moist.

    Have a nice week ahead.

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  15. ish..ish...nasib baik buka time lepas berbuka puasa...huhuhu

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  16. wow awesome cake Shri, not a fan of cheesecake or cheese for that matter but the cake make me crave for it right away... steeling that last bite on the folk babe ;) your clicks are gorgeous

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  17. Superlicious cake, Sri! Looks so glamour with the silver balls.

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  18. Wow.. That's a visual treat for sure.. So spongy white & yummy looking.. Gorgeous clicks... AM drooling heavily here for the matter !!

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  19. Wowwwwwww.. What a gorgeous cake.. looks absolutely amazing.. great job dear !!

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  20. That's a lovely cake.I am so happy I discovered your blog and I will hop here for some lovely cakes from now on :)Please spare a moment n visit my space :)I am happily following your blog :)

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  21. superb cake ..what lovely clicks...

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  22. Looks delicious! I love this kind of light cheesecakes too!

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  23. Ah! totally loved it. Mouth watering indeed :)
    www.merrytummy.blogspot.com

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  24. Cannot stop drooling,gorgeous cake and the texture is superb

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  25. Really snowy, cheesy cake you have here. I love any type of cooking with cheese as one of the ingredients. Thank you very much for sharing the recipe with your readers or followers. I do really value new things in foods and food service. I am sure you have and will have more and more followers then.


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  26. Hi Sri! The cake looks tempting enough! Can i know the proper size to use for baking this cake?

    Thanks!
    Marcus

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    1. Hi Marcus, good day to you.

      I used an 8x8 inch square cake pan.

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  27. Hi Sri, this cheesecake looks awesome. Love your photography, too! If you have a moment would love it if you could check out the cheesecake recipe - http://www.qlkitchen.com/mini-yoghurt-lime-cheesecake/ - at our new blog.

    Keep up the great work!

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  28. Dear Sis,

    Thank you for sharing this recipe ... tried it over the weekend and it turned out well. Everyone loved it :)

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