Monday, October 15, 2012

Raspberry Marble Cheesecake 覆盆子芝士蛋糕



I am so happy from now onwards i can bake this type of heavy cheesecake. Last time my family do not appreciate heavy cheesecake, but after they tasted this Raspberry cheesecake, they were asking for more..


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I was so confident, right after seeing recipe in Jane's corner, straight away bake one. But i got a wet and collapsed cake like this. Thanks to "WhatsApp" , immeidately I told my problem to Jane, after we have chat and discussed, then i know where were my problems..Beat egg white too stiff, water seep into the cake, and high oven temperature..The recipe below is after i adjusted to these problems and change a bit of the recipe (like i beat the whipping cream till soft peak)..

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Jane also taught me to warm the knife with hot water and clean after each cut, then you can have nice and neat cake after cut. (Thank you so much Jane !!)

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Raspberry Marble Cheese Cake 覆盆子芝士蛋糕

(recipe source: adapted from Jane’s corner, with minor changes)
*makes a 8” cake

400g cream cheese, room temperature
40g caster sugar
4 egg yolks
50g low protein flour or cake flour
200g whipping cream, cold from fridge

4 egg whites
90g caster sugar

Raspberry filling (store-bought)

Method
1. Remove whipping cream from fridge, immediate beat till soft peak, set aside.
2. Beat cream cheese with sugar till smooth (I use stand mixer)
3. Add in egg yolks and mix well. Add in flour and combine well.
4. Mix in whipped cream, mix till well combine.
5. Beat egg white till foamy (I use hand mixer), gradually add in sugar and continue to beat till soft peaks.
6. Use a hand whisk, mix in 1/3 meringue with cream cheese batter till combine.
7. Use a spatula, fold in the balance meringue, fold gently till combine.
8. Pour batter into cake tin (line paper on the bottom), and make marble effect with raspberry filling.
9. Bake at a pre-heated oven at 140C for 75mins at lower rack using steaming bake method (place a roasting tin underneath and add in hot water before putting in the cake tin).
10. Cool on a wire rack, remove the cake and chill the cheesecake before consume.



This was how i steamed bake this cake...


I am going to bring this cake to a gang dinner tonight, i hope my girl  friends will like this cake!!

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56 comments:

Phong Hong said...

Sonia, I also saw this on Jane's blog. Yours look so beautiful! I want to try this soon :)

Mel said...

Oh, beautiful swirl you have made on the cheesecake! I have long wanted to make this too but keep delaying. I really like how you make the swirls....really beautiful. I guess all ladies would love this.

Pink Lady said...

I wanna try this yesterday,but i had not buy cream cheese.
Yours looks delicious.

The Experimental Cook said...

This is a very artistic presentation. Kudos!

Simple Living said...

Sonia, I really appreciate how you share not just tested recipe, but also tips and techniques that you've learned base on your experience. That's really kind of you :-)

Yummy Bakes said...

Very pretty - I dont mind having this for tea. I am sure your friends will love this delicious cake.

Liza said...

sonia, kalau tukar low protein flour dgn self raising flour blh tak?

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

蛋糕好美丽
我是cheese的kaki
这个我喜欢:)

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Sonia, I remember you told Jane b4 that you were going to try making this cake when she 1st shared the recipe with use. So you did! Since your family love this cake so much now, next time when you make one, can share with us how you make the marble effect? I'm kind of slow here, don't know how to make marble effect, hahaha! Have a lovely night out with your girlfriends!

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Sonia, I remember you told Jane b4 that you were going to try making this cake when she 1st shared the recipe with use. So you did! Since your family love this cake so much now, next time when you make one, can share with us how you make the marble effect? I'm kind of slow here, don't know how to make marble effect, hahaha! Have a lovely night out with your girlfriends!

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Sonia, I remember you told Jane b4 that you were going to try making this cake when she 1st shared the recipe with use. So you did! Since your family love this cake so much now, next time when you make one, can share with us how you make the marble effect? I'm kind of slow here, don't know how to make marble effect, hahaha! Have a lovely night out with your girlfriends!

Tracy Low said...

我不曾吃过叻,谢谢分享食谱,我今晚就开工。谢谢你!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Liza, no, do not change to self-raising flour because we do not want this cake to rise too high.And use low temperature to bake this cake as we do not want this cake to rise but just to cook it..

eileenlee said...

my son fav cake, beautiful swirl, pandai sonia

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Cheesecake, my favourite...

Angelic Heart~ said...

the swirl of the raspberry looks so nice!

Anne Regalado said...

Sonia , another drool-worthy cake ! Your swirls look awesome ! Love the cake cutter :D

Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

I first saw Jane post this beautiful cheesecake and yours look awesome too!

DG said...

Beautiful swirl, looks so attractive, love it!

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Haha, I'm glad I recommended whatsapp to you! You know I've benn eyeing this cake too but no time ti try it. :P I too sometimes got this problem of water sipping through into the cake *haiz!*. Glad your 2nd attempt was beautifully done! Swee!

suhaina aji said...

Sonia this looks so good. Really admire ur skills dear. love teh last click. too good.

Casey said...

very beautiful cheesecake you had baked!
cheesecake is my favorite lor!
:)

Yee's Corner said...

Yes! I loved & tried this recipe from Jane's Corner last Saturday ! My children ask more after they ate all! I put Nutella topping! Yum yum!

Mich Piece of Cake said...

Love the raspberry topping on the creamy cheese cake...

Amelia said...

Hi Sonia, beautiful cheese cake, the texture look so good and nice swirl effect too.

P/S I'd posted step by step method making roses using bread, maybe you might be interested.

Have a nice week ahead, regards.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Jessie, i have included the steps on how to make the marble effect in the recipe...

sabrina 莎莎 said...

Sonia~~
云石花纹挑得很好看哦!!!好美!!!
^^ 酸咪咪+轻轻柔柔的芝士。。。
很喜欢呐~~

Felicia Chai said...

看到就想吃了
很棒很棒丫

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

That looks just so pretty and I bet it tastes good as well. Take care Diane

Small Kucing said...

very pretty :)

ping said...

Nice ripples! I'd made one too some time ago and I must agree the tartness of the raspberries compliments the cake beautifully!

Min said...

Sonia, nice cake! I seldom bake this kind of cheese cake because it's more fattening, but I think once in a while should be alright. I love your marble effect on the cake :)

daphne said...

so glad your family appreciate this cake!! It looks AMAZING!

cquek said...

Thanks for this amazing recipe. Always have heaps of couscous on hand, but have never tried it.

Baby Sumo said...

I like your swirls, so pretty!!

divya said...

looks great.. drooling here :)

Lite Home Bake said...

The cake looks very pretty! Love that you share the lessons learnt from your mistakes, helps prevent others from making the same mistake :)

Siew said...

Sonia, thanks for your post, now I know the root cause of my failure!!! :)

Li Shuan said...

When I called my sis the other day she told me u were baking this cheesecake. From then, I was looking fwd to see this post. Beautiful bake cheesecake! I like ur photos taken with new camera...! You have managed ur new camera very well

Cheah said...

I like the marble effect, pretty!

Jehanne said...

wow, Sonia, this looks really gorgeous..better than even the HUmmingbird bakery. Seriously.

Simply June said...

this look delicious. I'm not a big fan of plain cheesecake, so this would be something I love to try! I usually make a white chic and raspberry cheesecake; in fact I made that over the weekend for a friend's birthday.

Jeannie Tay said...

What a gorgeous looking cake! I am sure your friends would love it! Been a while since I last bake cheesecake like this too! Will bookmark this :D

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia

Raspberry filling is it same as raspberry jam?

From Hui Li

Kimmy said...

Hi Sonia, such lovely cake, the colour contrast is so tempting I must try and thanks for highlighting the problems too.

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Gorgeous Sonia!!! I think raspberry always goes well with cheesecake and it also adds nice design on top. I love how you made beautiful swirl!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Hui Li, no, they are difference, you can get it from bakery ingredients shop.

Cass @ 揾到食 said...

Very beautiful cheese cake, yummy :)

Jane Chew said...

clap clap clap! Beautiful! Absolutely beautiful

Anonymous said...

hi,,could u tel me,,what brand of whipping cream to used,,or can i change to usedyogurt or milk,,,pls help

lena said...

i never tried using this method of steam bake for cheesecakes..maybe next time can try.

Anonymous said...

hi sonia, i am vicky. may i know what would be the difference on cake if i use whipped dairy whipping cream or unwhipped dairy whipping cream? thanks
for your advise.

Marja-Leena said...

Kaunis ja hyvää

My Little Space said...

Hey sonia, no wonder your doctor advised you not to bake so much. For me, I think I can't even control myself for not eating this cake or any other baked goods of yours. haha...
Kristy

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia

I have tried to bake this cake twice but failed :( so disappointed

1) I have whisked the whipping cream and egg white till soft peak ( hopefully i have done it correctly as there was a little 'tail' when i lifted up the mixer.

2) I have placed an oven thermometer to get the exact temperature but when i placed the cake in the temperature when down a bit. Is it because of the water in the oven? Is this normal?

3) After baking, the top of the cake turned brown colour which is not the same like yours in the picture and it also collapsed when it cool down.

Do you have any idea why? Although my cake didnt look presentable but it taste nice :)

tulip

Fern @ To Food With Love said...

This looks like the kind of cheesecake I've been looking for! Can't wait to try it (and hope it turns out)! Thanks for posting :)

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