Saturday, January 10, 2009

Kiwi Cheesecake

I love cheesecakes and when I saw strawberry cheesecake recipe on the TV I decided to try it. But only problem was I did not have any strawberries. I had some kiwi crush and decided to try Kiwi turned out to be pretty good.

Here we go with the recipe:


Kiwi Crush or Squash - 1 cup
Plain Cookies - 1 cup
Butter (melted) - 3 tbsp
Sugar - 1/4 cup
Hung Curd - 1 cup
Cream - 1 cup
Gelatin - 1 tbsp
Water - 4 tbsp


Finely grind the cookies. Mix the melted butter with the powdered cookies. Line the based of serving dish evenly with the cookie mixture. Put in the freezer to set. Mix Kiwi Crush and sugar together. Add hung curd and cream and blend well to make a smooth mixture. Pour it in a bowl and keep aside. Mix 4 tbsps of water to gelatin. Hold gelatin over boiling water till it dissolves completely. Pour drop by drop over the mixture stirring continuously. Pour the Kiwi mixture over the set cookies. Cover and put it in the fridge to set overnight (12-14 hours would be ideal).


Usha said...

Looks yum and perfect :-)

Vaishali said...

Hi Ramya, This kiwi cheesecake looks delicious. Nice to find your blog, and thrilled to know you're in Pune: I love that city. I lived there almost a year while going to journalism school at Ranade Institute, and still miss it.
To answer your question about the Karela Subzi on Holy Cow!, yes, the peanuts and the sugar do really help tone down the bitterness without really disguising it.

mike said...

Absolutely wonderful! Your cake looks really delicious! Im going to try and make this during the weekend for a get together that will be held in our house. It looks good if paired with a hot cup of coffee from one of my esprsso coffee makers Great pics too!

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