With Dr. Oetker’s cheese cake helper you can make a delicious and creamy cheese cake in no time. The cheesecake helper is simply mixed with the various ingredients such as quark and egg-white and can be refined with raisins or mandarines as desired.
- time-saving helper
- always succeeds
- juicy and delicious cheese cake
Starch, modified starch, flavor (contains lactose).
Filling: 4 egg whites (size M), 4 egg yolks (size M), 150g sugar, 750g quark (lowfat), 1 packet Dr. Oetker vanillin sugar, 1 packet Dr. Oetker finesse grated lemon peel, 250ml milk, 1 packet Dr. Oetker cheesecake helper.
Grease the floor of the baking tin. Preheat oven. Upper / lower heat: about 170 ° C, hot air: about 150 ° C. 2. Kneading dough
Mix the flour with the backin in a mixing bowl. Add remaining ingredients and use a hand mixer (kneading hook) to process the dough at the lowest, then at the highest level. Bring out 2/3 of the dough on the bottom of the baking tray and insert with a fork several times. Close the spring form edge. Form the remaining dough into a roll. Place the dough roll as a border on the dough base and press on the mold in such a way that a 3cm high edge is produced. 3. Cheese mass
Whip egg whites stiff with 1/3 of the sugar. Note: Stiff so that a knife cut remains visible. Mix egg yolks with remaining sugar, curd, vanilla sugar, finesse and milk in a mixing bowl with a hand mixer (whisk) at the highest level for 1 minute. Stir in the cheesecake, then add the egg yolk. Smooth the cheese mixture in the tin. Put the tin on a baking rack in the lower third of the oven. Baking time: about 70 minutes.
4. Leave the cake in the oven for about 10 minutes.Loose the spring form rim and cool the cake in on a cake rack.
Add 100g raisins under the cheese mixture.
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