Friday, January 9, 2009

Strawberry Cheese Cake

This is my first blog in 2009, my first time baking a Strawberry Cheese Cake, my first time understanding what is a Steam-Bake method, and my first time using a Cake Emulsifier.

80gm of plain flour for Sponge Cake base of the Strawberry cheese cake.

Sift plain flour is as easy as ABC.

Look at these small hands, whisking the sponge cake ingredients at a high spped until fuffy. A very old fashioned type of hand mixer handed down from my mum.

Baking is always a family-get-together kind of activites for us. I need strong hands to stir and mix the cream cheese with the strawberry mixture well while double-boiling and at the same time taking note of the fire and the only person who can do well in this task is my dear hubby.

The sponge cake base freshly-baked from the oven.


This is the Stream-Baking method that i learned while baking my first cheese cake.
Strawberry Cheese Cake anyone ?

10 comments:

Oiyi said...

Wow, I have never seen cheesecake made like that before. I bet it tastes delicious. American cheesecakes are too rich and heavy for my taste.

Gina J said...

Looks good! We call the "steam bake" a "water bath". I love learning the different terms for the same technique! Yum!

Regg said...

Yes, one for me please :D

Ruinwen said...

That looks delish! :)

Brian, Julie and Family said...

sure looks yummy!

Jullie Teo said...

Wah! Not bad wor.... I wanna try next time... ;)

Carie said...

Yes please - it looks delicious!

a friend to knit with said...

is there a piece left??

Blessed Homemaker said...

So nice of your DH to help you :)

Blessed Homemaker said...

Another name for water bath is bain marie ;)