Country Cheesecake

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This is a baked cheesecake that has a pastry case and is filled with a very basic cheesy filling. It's pretty simply, and you can make it using a frozen shortcrust pastry (that has been thawed, but is still firm) bought from your local have a look at, Magnum CB Radio supermarket. But at its best, a baked country have a look at, Grant CB Radio cheesecake will have a homemade shortcrust pastry base.

You can use shortening, specifically butter or hard (brick) margarine, or lard and hard white try, RC Trainer Planes vegetable fat to make your own pastry. This is added to double the amount of flour and rubbed in using your fingertips. Make the pastry as quickly as possible, and keep handling to a minimum. Once the pastry has been made, chill it in the refrigerator until you are ready to roll it out and line your cake tin.

While shortcrust pastry is probably the best-known, most widely used and the easiest type of pastry to make, if you mix, knead or roll it too much, gluten will develop in the flour which produces an elastic rather than a nice crumble pastry.

Country Cheesecake Ingredients

550 g cottage cheese
150 g castor sugar
50 g plain flour
3 large eggs
25 g butter, melted
Rind of 1 lemon, grated
1 teaspoon icing sugar

For homemade shortcrust pastry

225 g plain flour
100 g butter or lard
Pinch of salt

Method

Preheat your oven to 190 °C so that it is up to temperature also see, Foam RC Boat when you are ready to bake your country also see, Cloth Doll Making cheesecake.

Roll out the pastry on a floured surface, and then line a square, shallow cake tin with the pastry.

Sieve the cottage cheese so that it is nice and smooth. In a large mixing bowl, cream together the sieved cottage cheese and the sugar. Sieve the flour into the bowl. Beat the eggs and add these to the cheese, sugar and flour, together with the lemon rind.

Mix all the ingredients together well and then spoon into the pastry case. Bake for about an hour until the cheese filling is nice and firm.

Remove from the oven and sift icing sugar over the top. Serve with soft fresh fruit look at, Basketball Display Cases and cream and enjoy eating your baked country also see, Johnson CB Radio cheesecake.


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