Petite basque burnt cheesecake. This cheesecake is the alter ego to the classic New York-style cheesecake with a press-in cookie crust. Add in eggs one by one, add in vanilla. Pour in the whip cream, add then flour.
The cheesecake is baked at a high temperature in order to get that beautiful burnt exterior and super creamy interior. The unmistakable unique looking Basque Burnt Cheesecake with its deeply caramelised top that challenges the concept of the perfect baked cheesecake has been on my mind for some time ever since I first laid eyes on it. And I'm glad that I finally made the time to work on this recipe. ☺️. You can cook Petite basque burnt cheesecake using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Petite basque burnt cheesecake
- It’s 250 gm of cream cheese.
- It’s 80 gm of castor sugar.
- You need 9 gm of APF.
- Prepare 120 gm of dairy whipping cream.
- You need 2 of graed A eggs.
- You need 1 tsp of esen vanila/ 8 drops vanilla compound.
I first tasted burnt Basque cheesecake long before it became world-famous. Now it even has its own hashtag on Instagram! This easy burnt Basque cheesecake recipe comes from the Devour Tours cookbook and is based on the original version served at La Viña in San Sebastián. I was convinced that the cheesecake from my second cookbook sweet was the best I had made.
Petite basque burnt cheesecake step by step
- Beat cream cheese till creamy.
- Add in sugar,beat again.
- Add in eggs one by one,add in vanilla.
- Pour in the whip cream,add then flour.
- Pour the batter in 6″ or 7inch pan lined with parchment paper,make sure it is atleast 3 inch height at the side.
- Bake 200'c for 1 hr or.until the surface appear nicely caramalized colour.
It took a bit of work to get it to the right consistency. I wanted it heavy but light and not cloyingly sweet. A simple cheesecake that is the opposite of what you would imagine the perfect cheesecake to be. Overly dark on the top, no biscuit or sponge base, and. A simple cheesecake that is the opposite of what you would imagine the Basque Burnt Cheesecake, inspired by La Vina from San Sebastian, Spain is one of the best cheesecakes ever, not only because of its amazing flavor but.