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French cheese cake
French cheese cake
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A traditional French cheese cake is made with a pie bottom and has a high fluffy cream cheese filling. This pie crust is made with some cacao powder which makes the cake different from its original.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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250 gr Flour
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100 gr Butter
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20 gr Sugar
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1 Egg yellow
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40 ml Milk
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15 gr Cacao powder

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500 gr Cream cheese
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100 ml Heavy cream
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3 Egg yellows
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4 Egg whites
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40 gr Corn flour
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100 gr Sugar
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7 gr Vanilla sugar

Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Mix the egg yellow with the milk.
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Mix the butter, flour, sugar and the cacao powder in a bowl. Add the milk and mix well to a pie dough.
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Cover a pie form with a baking paper and roll out the dough so it evenly covers the bottom and the edges of the baking form.
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Place the pie bottom in the fridge until later.

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Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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Mix the cream cheese with the heavy milk, 3 egg yellows, corn flour, sugar and vanilla sugar.
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With an electrical mixer make a hard foam out of the 4 egg whites. Add it gently to the cheese mixture. And stir together.
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Take out the pie bottom from the fridge and pour the batter in the pie form.
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Place in the middle of the oven for approx. 40 minutes or until the surface has a nice golden color.
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Take out the cake and let cool down for a few minutes.
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Place a round oven grill on top of the cake and turn it upside down and let it rest like that for 10 minutes. This way you will have a nice pattern on the cake.
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Turn back the cake so it stands on the pie bottom and let it cool down.

A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France
A homemade salty cake with walnuts and blue cheese is easy to prepare in just a few minutes. Can be served as a appetizer, starter, side dish, or as part of a buffet or picnic. If you prefer a softer cheese, you can use goat cheese or brie instead. The cake is aslo called Savory cake or salty bread.
Homemade Christmas gingerbread cookies from the region Alsace in France. If you always thought it is complicated to bake your own gingerbread cookies for Christmas, try this recipe and you will continue to make them year after year.
Homemade French Gougères can be made commonly with gruyère, comté, or emmentaler cheese. This recipe is made with Comté cheese and make the bread very soft and fluffy. The bread can be served as a starter, appetizer or for a late Sunday brunch.
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