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Cheese Cake

Cheese Cake
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  • Milk 1 kg
  • Eggs 2
  • Olpers Cream 1 cup
  • Icing sugar 2 cup
  • China grass 30 gm
  • Creamy cheese 250 gm
  • Butter 4 – 5 tbsp
  • Season food as required
  • Cooking Directions


    1. In a pan boil milk with icing sugar.

    2. When milk get thick add cream, creamy cheese and egg yolks in a mixing bowl beat them with the help of beater, put it into milk mixture and cook on low flame.

    3. Make sure that milk should not boil during the process.

    4. In another pan add china grass with water as required, cook until the grass gets dissolved.

    5. Then add milk mixture and mix it properly with help of electric beater.

    6. Now grease the cake tray with butter, pour the mixture and set aside for a while in room temperature.

    7. Now place the mixture in fridge.

    8. In the end take out the cake from fridge and garnished with as required season food and cream and serve it.

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