Cheesecake (made) with Passion

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I don’t even want to think how long this recipe has waited to be posted… Shame on me…

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Two possible ways of reading the name of the recipe.
You know my attitude to baking… Thus, Passion in the title :)
And more literal meaning – Passion Fruit as one of the basic ingredients of this cheesecake.
And here we have it :)

Passion Fruit is one of my favourite fruit. You had a chance to read a bit more about it while I was posting other recipes.
Currently, I’m trying to be patient to see it again on the shop shelves… It’s been so long. Too long, for sure :)I managed to squirrel some passion fruit curd away, though. I thought it was high time to make a use of it :)

I remember some time ago I made a cheesecake with lemon curd on top. I also remember people’s reactions to it – everyone was saying it was so tasty! (By the way, it turned out I still hadn’t posted it on Sarenka… Jesus, what’s going on with me?!)
Cheesecake with Passion has a really subtle taste. It’s not too sweet, thanks to quite sour top.
One of the most exotic baking on Sarenka :)
Check it out!

Ingredients (form 21cm):

  • 750g cottage cheese
  • 400g sweetened condensed milk
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla aroma
  • juice out of two limes
  • 1 Tbs starch
  • 1 Tbs plain flour

Line the bottom of the form with bakery paper.

Mix cheese with milk shortly.
Start adding eggs, one by one, mixing shortly after each adding.
Add aroma and lime juice and mix again until all combined.
Last but not least, sieve the flours into the mass and mix shortly again.

Pour the mass into the form.
Bake at 150°C for about 70 minutes.

Once it’s baked, chill ajar.

Place in the fridge and leave it overnight.

Passion Fruit Topping:

Mix both ingredients using a spoon.
Put the cream on top of the cheesecake.
Leave in the fridge for chilling again.

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Inspiration from this book again :)

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