Thursday, November 23, 2006

Cotton Cheese Cake

Made this cake sometime in October, was trying to finish the cream cheese before it expired. I like the cake because there wasn't any sour taste unlike other recipes as it doesn't use lemon juice, Kenny also said that this cake is nice.

Cotton Cheesecake

Ingredient A:
250g softened cream cheese
45g soften butter
100g whipping cream
100g fresh milk

Ingredient B:
100g cake flour or low protein flour
6 egg yolks

Ingredient C:
6 egg whites
100g caster sugar
¼ tsp cream of tartar


1.Double boil ingredient A and stir until dissolved. Remove from heat. Add in egg yolk 1 at a time and beat till well combined. Add flour and mix till well combined.

2.Beat egg white till it bubbles then add in cream of tartar and beat till it turns white and forming, then add in sugar and in 3 intervals and beat till white and soft peak.

3.Mix 1/3 of egg white mixture with cheese mixture, then add cheese mixture back into the remaining egg white and mix till well combined.

4.Pour batter onto a 8” round cake pan(lined with greaseproof paper) and place onto a tray fill with hot water. Bake at about 150degC-160degC for 1hour or till cooked.

5.Leave the oven door half open and let the cake cool in the oven with heat off for 1 hour. Best to serve the cake after chill.


Amrita said...

Hi there. great looking cheesecake. coincidentally, im gna make it on wednesday....yay...

gr8 blog...hope u dont mind, but I linked u up

Jennifer said...

Hi amrita,

Thanks for your kind words. I have no problem with the link up, go ahead.


Amrita said...

hey jen

i tried this today...but mine was soggy at the bottom and i could still feel the egg whites...:(

Jennifer said...


This is only the 2nd time I made this type of cheese cake. The cake texture should be like those japanese cheese cake selling in the store.
Did you whip the egg white till soft peak. Be gentle when folding egg white to egg yolk mixture and make sure all white are combine with yolk mixture.

Amrita said...

Yeah I did all that........but the cake is so "Wet"......I dont understand biting into a wet sponge

Jennifer said...

I think maybe you didn't bake long enough, try baking it longer the next time.