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Monday, August 23, 2010

Jam Topped Cheesecake.

I'm a fan of the jam.

I love jam on toast.

Jam on croissants.

Jam on crepes and pancakes.

Jam on french bread.

Jam on crackers.

Traffic jam? Not so much.

Ever tried jam on a cheesecake?


Jam Topped Cheesecake

And the best thing is that it only has 5 ingredients.

How bout that. 



Jam Topped Cheesecake

You'll need a packet of Oreo biscuits. Two packs if you intend of making two. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Two slabs of Philadelphia cream cheese. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Your favourite jar of jam. Preferably St. Dalfour. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Half a can of Mr. Condensed Milk. Or what I used to call "Susu Tok", means Granpa's milk in Malay. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

One lonely egg. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Crush up the Oreo biscuits and blend them in a blender or food processor. Whichever you have. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

I'm still yet to buy myself a food processor. Anyone?


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Blend it until it feels like sand...but tastier.  


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Mix in the melted butter and combine. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Press cookie mixture onto the bottom of an ungreased 8" Springform pan. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Mix cream cheese, egg and milk in an electric beater and pour unto pan. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

No need for a spatula here. Just give it a little jiggle. and bake. 


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Once cooled, bring on the jam. 

You can use Raspberry. Blueberry. Strawberry. Blackberry. Cherry. or Nutella. 

Even Marmalade, if you really must.

But please, not Vegemite

Oh God, no.


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Spread it generously on top. Yes, I made two.


Jam Topped Cheesecake

One for me, one for you. 
(Blueberries on right, raspberries on left)


Jam Topped Cheesecake

Every bite melts in your mouth, what's not to like?



Jam Topped Cheesecake
adapted by Fiesh Bahrudin

Ingredients
1 packet Oreo biscuits
3 tablespoons (45g) butter, melted.
2 packs Philadelphia cream cheese
1/2 can Condensed milk
1 egg
Your favourite St. Dalfour jam.

Method
1. Preheat oven to 300F or 150C. 
2. Crush the biscuits until fine using either a dry blender or food processor. Pour into bowl.
3. Pour the melted butter onto the cookie crumbs and mix thoroughly. 
4. Press mixture onto the bottom of an ungreased 8" springform pan. 
5. Bake in the oven for 5 minutes.

6. Beat cream cheese using electric mixer on medium speed for a while, add egg, and beat until well blended.
7. Add in condensed milk and mix until smooth.
8. Pour over already baked crust.

9. Bake for 55 minutes or until center is almost set if using a dark nonstick springform pan.
10. Loosen cake from side of pan; cool before removing side of pan.
11. Spread jam on top of cheesecake, refrigerate overnight. Store leftover cheesecake in refrigerator.

12 comments:

Shahirah Elaiza said...

OMG I love this blog of yours more and more everytime I check it out =)

Keep up the awesome work. Hope to try out one of these recipes during the mid-sem break next week inshaAllah. =D

Love and Sugar said...

haha thanks sha!
Yes u must. and if you have any good recipes you wanna share too, feel free to send them to me. ;)

WhiteOrchid said...

and I hate to see these while fasting! They look soo yummy. Will try them one by one Insha'Allah :)

lara said...

Assalamualaykum sister! Thanks so much for the wonderful recipe! You used to post a triple cheese cake recipe on your personal blog :) I wonder which 1 tastes better because I am perfecting my cheese cake for Eid insha Allah :)

Love and Sugar said...

Wa alaikum assalam Lara!

Oh mashaAllah I can't believe you still remember that post. Well, I guess it depends on your tastebuds, if you're a chocolate fan then I'd go with that, this cake has more of a fruity flavour because of the jam on top. Both are just as good, if I were you, i'd make two. hehe

Under Urooba's Umbrella! said...

OH YUMM-O.
Just discovered your blog--and t'is great!--'cause I've been looking for cooking blogs!
Will be back, ABSOlutely.
Ramadan Mubarak!

Muslim Girl said...

This looks DELISH! It should be illegal to post food recipes in Ramadan ;)

Dina said...

Ramadan Mubarak. Just found your blog. You have such a lovely blog. Definitely will bookmark your blog. I only made Cheese cake once & I can't wait to try your recipe. Thank you so much for sharing this..

Dina @ www.zazzle.com/polkadotinks*

Anonymous said...

lol at vegemite

Fatima said...

those measuring cups/spoons are so cute! where did you get them?

Love and Sugar said...

Fatima: Can you believe I got them at Sportsgirl? hehe but I think u should be able to find it at homeware stores.

Anonymous said...

I just made this cake after your recipe and it tastes awesome. And so easy to make!

Salam from Germany!

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