27 May 2010

Lime and condensed milk cheese cake

Lime and condensed milk cheese cake

Our week barely started yesterday, so we had a long weekend in fact quite long, It was the commemoration of the bicentennial of Argentine independence. That, in fact was very nice,we saw some very good parts and the presentation of Fuerza Bruta.Amazing !!! But we also had quite familiar activity, such a barbecue on Sunday and dinner on Monday. For the barbecue dessert I roasted some fruits with vanilla cream sauce scented with rum and for dinner on Monday, a Cheesecake. I love Cheesecake, but I like the New York-style Cheesecake. For Cheesecake be a real Cheesecake has to have cream cheese,you know , Philly cream cheese to be creamy and velvety. So, after several failed attempts, I can say today I get my own cheesecake style and is very good. Here is the recipe with their little secrets. Hope you like it as much as me and have a very nice weekend.

squeezer and dessert
Ingredients :

  • 2 1/2 cup  cookies finely crushed
  • 3 Tbsp. butter melted
  • 2 pkg cream cheese
  • 1 cup condensed milk
  • 1/2 cream
  • 1 Tbsp corn starch or flour
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla extract
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 lime juice
Heat oven to 325°F (200°C) Line 20cm diameter round pan.
Mix crumbs and butter Press onto bottom of pan Beat cream cheese,condensed milk,flour, vanilla, and cream until well blended. Add lime juice and mix well Add egg mixing on low speed until blended.
Pour over crust
Bake 40 minutes or until center is almost set.
Cool completely, 'cos in other wise the topping could sink into the filling.
Top with strawberry preserve or jam, or any other jam. that you like. I used Amarena sauce (black cherries) from El Bolson, south Argentina
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bellini valli said...

I love the mini versions of this delectable cheesecake Sylvia. You know I will be trying it soon:D

Laurie Ventrola Vengoechea said...

This is beautiful Sylvia. The ingredients too!
I am going to a get together tonight.. this would be perfect!

♥peachkins♥ said...

I sooo love your cheesecake!

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Mari's Cakes said...

Que delicia..la foto lo dice todo!

Un Saludo por allá, ya te estaba extrañando.

Moira said...

O cream cheese pode ser Philadelfia?
Magnifica a receita, e eu tenho as amarenas, só falta fazer o resto.
Beijinho e bom fim de semana

Laura in Paris said...

Monica, una amiga argentina, me habia dado una receta muy similar hace muchos muchos anos cuando viviamos en Baghdad.
Veo que la receta sigue siendo de gran acutualidad, aunque se cambie el limon de la de Monica por Lime.

Barbara said...

This cakes sounds amazing. I love condensed milk but have never used it in a cheesecake.

Anonymous said...

Debo decir que el cheesecake es EXQUISITO, y a mi marido tambien le encantó. Segui haciendo estas delicias.
Se nota que cada comida o postre lo haces con amor y entusiasmo.

Susana LC

Aqui na Cozinha said...

Adorei sua visitinha. Vim aqui e adorei seu blog e estas fotos? Que lindas. Parabéns!
Já estou te seguindo.
Patty Martins

Lori Lynn said...

Gosh Sylvia those look amazing. Your photos are simply awe-inspiring.

Nessa said...

Aiiii! Fiquei com água na boca!!!


David T. Macknet said...

Looks (and sounds) delicious! Well done!


Hola Sylvia¡¡ cuanto tiempo¡¡¡, te perdí en el Reader y hoy no sé como he vuelto a llegar a tí, así que ya no me vuelve a pasar ...

A mí también me encantan las cheesecake y tengo que admitir que solo leer leche condensada, ya me has provocado unas ganas tremendas de hacerla, imagino ese toque tan especial en la tarta ...,

Me alegro que disfrutarás de estos días de celebraciones y que mejor que con estos postres, verdad??

Besotes y me alegro de volver a "verte"