How to Make Japanese Cheesecake
Yooo hello my fellow hivers and all hive communities from around the world wherever you are. come back again with me Jodi and Ema on the food and snack recipe blog that is very easy for you to make yourself at home without requiring a lot of money and time. happy thursday to all of you who are working in the office or at home with family and friends, hope you are fine without any problems. thank you to all hivers and communities who have read and stopped by my previous post regarding the recipe for how to make chicken ragout, what do you think? give your feedback below this post. Well, on this sunny Thursday, Ema and I will share a cake recipe that is quite delicious and certainly quite easy for you at home. The recipe is called Japanese Chessecake, the method of making this cake is almost similar to the Ogura recipe, it's just that in this cake, Ema and I add a lot of cheese to the dough. For those of you who are interested in this Japanese Cheesecake recipe, just read the recipe below until it's finished and I hope you like it. good luck Hivers!
Well, the ingredients for making this Japanese cheesecake certainly don't cost much and you can buy all the ingredients for this recipe at the nearest supermarket or market in your city. The first ingredients you have to prepare are 6 egg yolks, 6 egg whites, flour, cornstarch, margarine, liquid milk, vanilla powder, sugar, lime and cheese. after you have prepared all the ingredients for this recipe, now let's start the first step.
The first step, what you have to do first is prepare a bowl and put as much grated cheese, 60 grams of margarine and 125 ml of liquid milk as possible. then, melt the margarine and cheese over hot water until everything is well mixed while you stir continuously.
the second step, after the grated cheese and margarine have melted and mixed well, then prepare another bowl and put all the previously cooked cheese and 6 egg yolks. then, stir using a whisk until well blended. Make sure the grated cheese is slightly cold so the eggs don't cook.
the third step, after the eggs and cheese have been stirred until well blended, the next thing you have to do is prepare a sieve and sieve 60 grams of flour, 20 grams of cornstarch and add 1 sachet of vanilla powder. after that, stir again until the flour is evenly mixed with the dough, then set aside.
the fourth step, after the flour has been mixed well and set aside, then prepare the mixer and clean the place first. After that, put 6 egg whites and 2 tablespoons of lime. Then, mix the egg whites on low speed until the egg whites are slightly foamy.
the fifth step, after the egg whites have been mixed until frothy, then what you have to do is gradually add 110 grams of sugar and after that the mixer again until the egg whites expand and trail.
the sixth step, after the egg whites have been mixed until they expand and trail, then gradually put the egg whites into the egg yolks that were previously set aside. Then, stir until evenly mixed slowly and not too fast, because the dough is very fragile and runny.
the seventh step, after the dough is finished, then prepare a round baking sheet that you have lined with parchment paper like the photo above. then, slowly pour the dough into the pan until it's done. After that, pound the pan so that no air is trapped in the dough.
the last step, what you have to do after pouring the dough into the pan is to prepare the oven and preheat the oven for 10 minutes with an oven pan that has been filled with water, this technique is called Au Bein Merry. after the oven is hot, put the baking sheet into the oven and bake the dough at a temperature of 160 or 170 degrees Celsius, with fire up and down for about 50 to 60 minutes depending on the oven you use.
and finally, after going through the oven process for 60 minutes, you can finally serve Japanese chessecake to your family and friends. For the texture of this cake it looks quite soft like the pandan ogura that I previously shared with you. Everything looks very perfect and nothing is missing. failed. what do you think? You like ? give your feedback below this post. thank you to all hivers and communities who have read and stopped by my post today about the recipe for how to make japanese cheesecake. don't forget to give your suggestions and support for me and Ema to be more enthusiastic about creating the next content. see you in another recipe with me, Jodi and Ema. good luck !