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Baked Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« on: June 10, 2010, 11:47:39 am »
Whenever I made this I've been always asked for the recipe!  ;)
It is one of our family favourites
I hope you like it as well



Marble Cheesecake
Ingredients:

90g margarine or butter
150g Petit Beurre biscuits (Leibniz-keks) / or Milk Arrowroot biscuits
20g cacao powder
400g Philadelphia
150g sugar
3 eggs
1 pack of vanillin sugar
150g fresh cream

200g bitter chocolate

Preparation:

    * Melt margarine for 3 minutes at 80C on Speed 1
    * Add biscuits and proceed for 20 seconds on Speed 6
    * Add cacao and mix for 15 seconds on Speed 4
    * Cover a cake tin with wax paper. Spread the biscuit mixture by pressing with your hands
    * Let it rest in the fridge at least 30min

    * Melt the chocolate with bain-marie method

    * Put cheese and sugar. Blend for 40 seconds on Speed 4 and then 50 seconds on Speed 5
    * Add eggs, vanillin and cream. Blend for 40 seconds on Speed 4

    * Pour 2/3 of the cheese mixture over the biscuit base.
    * Add the melted chocolate into the remaining 1/3 of the cheese mixture. And blend for 10 seconds on Speed 4.
    * Pour down the chocolate-cheese mixture on the top. Give the cheesecake a marble look by mixing gently with a fork.

    * Bake in 180C preheated oven for 35-40 minutes.
    * After baked, turn the oven off and let it cool down inside the oven!
    * After cooled down put it in the fridge and let it rest minimum 2 hours before you serve. (For me the longer it rests the better it tastes. So I usually make it in the morning or the day before)
Enjoy!

Optional: You can serve it together with a ball of vanilla ice-cream decorated with chocolate ice-cream topping

Photos: http://thermomixtarifdefterim.blogspot.com/2010/01/marble-cheesecake.html

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Kimberley - I had just finished making this and came to check out how long to put it in the fridge for and reread the post. Thank Goodness I did, I had completely missed the part about baking it!!! I hope mine works out, I only used 2 eggs as I thought at the time that I really did not want to eat 3 raw eggs in my cheesecake. Excuse my stupidness, I have only ever made cheesecake before and it was uncooked. And yes, I was wondering about the absence of gelatine! Totally my fault, I read the recipe very quickly as my 5 yr old and 3 yr old were asking to do some cooking whilst my husband bathed my twins.

Farfallina it turned out absolutely delicious! Yum yum yum!
I was a bit worried as I had used a block of normal caramello chocolate and put it in as a middle layer rather than mix it in. It was perfection and you are absolutely right, so much better next day.
Thanks for a great recipe!


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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2010, 12:51:39 pm »
Farfallina, this looks and sounds really nice.  Are beurre biscuits a shortbread type of biscuit? Guess you could use anything here, we generally use a plain biscuit such as Milk Arrowroot as they are lower in calories.
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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2010, 02:42:41 pm »

Yes JD, they are just plain biscuits. Nothing specific here. You can use anything you like
I've just checked out Milk Arrowroot biscuits you were talking about. They look just the same. For me they would be great! If I lived there, those biscuits would certainly be the ones that I'd buy at supermarket to make this recipe :)
I will update the recipe now referring also to Milk Arrowroot
Thanks for the feedback. You know when you live in different countries the name of the stuff may differ



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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2010, 03:26:28 pm »
I love your recipes farfallina! And, I love the fact that when I go to your picture link, my google translator automatically translates it!!
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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2010, 03:32:56 pm »

Thanks a lot MJ !  :-*
Recently I've been adding also the translations of some recipes in my blog
In English of course :)


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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2010, 07:45:52 am »
Another inch to the hips. :-*
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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #6 on: June 11, 2010, 03:02:20 pm »
I don't like cheesecake, I don't like cheesecake, I don't like cheese cake, Oh what the heck I LOVE CHEESECAKE and I'll have to make this one. Thanks farfallina.
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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #7 on: June 11, 2010, 03:23:08 pm »

You don't seem very convincing VHJ!  :P :D

Unfortunately for myself, I love everything that there is cheese inside!!  :-))


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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #8 on: June 12, 2010, 06:04:34 am »
Another great recipe.  Really does look delicious.  :-* :-* :-*
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Re: Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #9 on: July 11, 2010, 10:30:21 am »
Hi, I had just finished making this and came to check out how long to put it in the fridge for, and reread the post. Thank Goodness I did I had completely missed the part about baking it!!! I hope mine works out, I only used 2 eggs as I thought at the time that I really did not want to eat 3 raw eggs in my cheesecake. Excuse my stupidness, I have only ever made cheesecake before and it was uncooked. And yes, I was wondering about the absence of gelatine! Totally my fault, I read the recipe very quickly as my 5 yr old and 3 yr old were asking to do some cooking whilst my husband bathed my twins.
Maybe in the title we could have baked?

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Re: Baked Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #10 on: July 11, 2010, 10:43:38 am »
I hope it turns out Kimberley.  I"ve put baked in the title, a good idea.
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Re: Baked Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #11 on: July 11, 2010, 10:55:38 am »
Ahh thanks Cookie.
And in my aboce post, I meant to write I've only made cheesecake once before. What am I even doing trying to cook/write in arsenic hour?

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Re: Baked Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #12 on: July 11, 2010, 11:50:12 pm »

I hope it turns out OK Kimberly
There are some cheesecakes that you don't bake but so far I've always made baked ones
Thanks for the modification cookie1  :-*

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Re: Baked Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #13 on: July 12, 2010, 09:21:00 am »
Farfallina it turned out absolutely delicious! Yum yum yum!
I was a bit worried as I had used a block of normal caramello chocolate, and put it in as a middle layer rather than mix it in. It was perfection.
And you are absolutely right, so much better next day.
Thanks for a great recipe!

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Re: Baked Marble Cheesecake (with photo)
« Reply #14 on: July 12, 2010, 10:01:58 am »

I am very glad to hear that Kimberly ;)
When I make any kind of cheesecakes I always prepare them the day before so the taste settles better