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Japanese Souffle Cheesecake [Super Fluffy & Jiggly]

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Japanese Souffle Cheesecake [Super Fluffy & Jiggly]

How To Make Japanese Souffle Cheesecake [ASMR]
焼き立て濃厚スフレチーズケーキ の作り方 [Eating sound]
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●● Recipe (レシピ):
- 160g Creamcheese
(クリームチーズ)
- 20g Unsalted butter
(無塩バター)
- Hot water
(お湯)
- 50ml Milk
(牛乳)
- 40g Cake flour
(薄力粉)
- 4 Egg yolks
(卵黄)
- 4 Egg whites
(卵白)
- 1/4Tsp Lemon juice
(レモン汁)
- 80g Sugar
(グラニュー糖)
- Hot water
(お湯)
- Bake at 160℃ for 20 minutes
(160℃ - 20分焼く)
- Wait for 5 seconds
(5秒待つ)
- Bake at 110℃ for 60 minutes
(110℃ - 60分焼く)
- Honey
(はちみつ)
#ASMR #OhNino #NinosHome #Cheesecake
Trans:
1. 폭신폭신 일본식 치즈케이크 만들기
2. Bông Lan Phô Mai Nhật Bản cực NGON cực BÉO, nói xạo làm chó luôn á
3. Resep Japanese Cheesecake
4. ชีสเค้กญี่ปุ่นเด้งดึ๋ง
5. 日式轻乳酪蛋糕
6. كيكة الجبنة على الطريقة اليابانية
7. जापानी चीज़केक
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▼Ingredients

● 18cm 【square】 cake pan
100g cake flour or all purpose flour
100g unsalted butter
100g milk
6 egg yolks
Vanilla extract
6 egg whites
100g sugar
Baking in a hot water bath
150℃(302°F) 60min.

● 15 cm【square】or 18 cm【Round】cake pan
65g cake flour or all purpose flour
65g unsalted butter
65g milk
4 egg yolks
Vanilla extract
4 egg whites
65g sugar
Baked in hot water bath
150 ° C 50 to 55 min.

●18 cm *7.5cm*H8cm【 pound】 cake pan
35g cake flour or all purpose flour
35g unsalted butter
35g milk
2 egg yolks
Vanilla extract
2 egg whites
35g sugar
Baking in a hot water bath
150℃(302°F) 30-35min.

● 20cm 【square】 cake pan
115g cake flour or all purpose flour
115g unsalted butter
115g milk
7 egg yolks
Vanilla extract
7 egg whites
115g sugar
Baking in a hot water bath
150℃(302°F) 65-70min.


* Preheating is necessary. Even if the recipe was written without preheat oven ..., you must preheat the oven, and please start baking when the oven reaches a set temperature.

* The result of baking may be changed depending on each oven at home. The temperature and the baking time in this recipe is only a guide. Please check the degree of baking stuff before taking it out from the oven, and then take it out.
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▼分量
●18cm『スクエア型』の分量
薄力粉100g
無塩バター100g→植物油でも可
牛乳100g
卵黄 6個
バニラエキストラクト小さじ1 またはバニラエッセンス数滴→削除可
卵白 6個
砂糖100g
150℃湯煎焼き60分

※高さ8から9cmまで膨らむので生地があふれないようにクッキングシートで高さをつけてください。

※卵はMサイズを使用しています。卵白30g卵黄20g計算でレシピ作成しています。

●18cmケーキ『丸ケーキ型』または15cm『スクエア型』の分量
薄力粉65g
無塩バター65g→植物油可
牛乳65g
卵黄 4個
バニラエキストラクト小さじ1/2 またはバニラエッセンス数滴→削除可
卵白 4個
砂糖65g
150℃湯煎焼き50~55分

●15cm『丸ケーキ型』の分量
薄力粉52g
無塩バター52g→植物油可
牛乳52g
卵黄 3個
バニラエキストラクト小さじ1/3 またはバニラエッセンス1、2滴
卵白 3個
砂糖52g
湯煎焼き
150℃湯煎焼き40~45分

●18cm『パウンドケーキ型』の分量
薄力粉35g
無塩バター35g→植物油可
牛乳35g
卵黄 2個
バニラエキストラクト小さじ1/3 またはバニラエッセンス1、2滴
卵白 2個
砂糖35g
湯煎焼き
150℃湯煎焼き30~35分

●20cm『スクエア型』の場合、卵7個、他の材料は115gずつに変換。焼き時間は65分ほど

*オーブンを使う場合には『予熱をしたオーブンで』とレシピに書かれていなくても、必ず予熱してから焼き始めてください。予熱温度は特に指示がない場合は焼く温度と同じです。予熱温度になってすぐに焼くよりも5分ほど予熱状態を維持してから焼く方が温度も下がりにくく温度ムラも少なくなるのでおすすめです。

*ご家庭の各オーブンによって焼き上がりが変わってくる場合があります。レシピの温度、時間は目安として考えてください。オーブンから取り出す前に焼け具合を確認してから取り出してください。

※オーブンレンジで焼く場合、下火が弱く上の熱線が近いのでケーキ表面が焼け過ぎたり焦げたりする事もよくあるようです。対策として焼いている途中でアルミホイルをケーキの上に被せるなどして焦げないように注意をしてください。
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Jiggly Fluffy Japanese Cheesecake

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Fluffy Jiggly Japanese Cheesecake
Servings: 6-8

INGREDIENTS
⅔ cup (130 milliliters) milk
4 ounces (100 grams) cream cheese
7 tablespoons (100 grams ) butter
8 egg yolks
½ cup (60 grams) flour
½ cup (60 grams) cornstarch
13 large egg whites
⅔ cup (130 grams) granulated sugar
Parchment paper
Strawberries, to serve
Powdered sugar, to serve

PREPARATION
Preheat oven to 320°F/160°C.
In a small pot over medium heat, whisk the milk, cream cheese, and butter until smooth. Remove from heat and cool.
In a large bowl, whisk the egg yolks until smooth, then slowly drizzle in the cream mixture, stirring until evenly combined.
Sift in the flour and the cornstarch, whisking to make sure there are no lumps.
In another large bowl, beat the egg whites with a hand mixer until you see soft peaks when lifting the mixer up from the egg whites.
Gradually add the sugar while continuing to beat until you see hard peaks when lifting the mixer up.
Take about ¼ of the egg whites and fold them into the egg yolk mixture, then repeat with the remaining egg whites until the batter is evenly combined.
Place a 4-inch parchment paper strip around the edge of a 9x3-inch cake pan that is already lined with parchment at the bottom. If you are using a springform pan, make sure to wrap the bottom and sides completely in foil, twice, to prevent any leakage.
Pour the batter into the parchment-lined pan and shake to release any large air bubbles.
Place the filled pan into a larger baking pan or dish lined with 2 paper towels at the bottom. The paper towels ensure that the heat is distributed evenly along the bottom of the pan. Fill the larger pan about 1-inch with hot water.
Bake for 25 minutes, then reduce the heat to 280°F/135°C, and bake for another 55 minutes, until the cake has risen to almost double its height.
Remove from oven, and carefully, invert the cake onto your dominant hand and peel off the paper. Be extremely careful, the cake will be hot. You can also invert the cake onto a plate, but this will cause the cake to deflate more.
Sprinkle the top of the cake with powdered sugar, slice, and serve with strawberries while still warm!
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Japanese Souffle Cheesecake recipe

This Japanese souffle cheesecake is very airy like biting into a cloud
It took me a few times to succeed and I tested with different methods and this recipe obtains the best result. Using cold egg whites is very crucial in this recipe as it would create a finer and fluffier texture of the cake.

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►Ingredients (for a 6-inch cake):
Cream Cheese 130g
Butter 35g
Milk 50ml
3 Egg Yolks
Cake Flour 30g
Cornstarch 10g
3 Egg Whites
Sugar 60g
Extra softened butter for greasing the mold

►日式芝士蛋糕

份量: 一個6吋蛋糕

忌廉芝士 130克
牛油 35克
牛奶 50毫升
蛋黃 三個
低筋麵粉 30克
粟粉 10克
蛋白 3個
細砂糖 60克
額外室溫牛油(用作塗模具)

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Japanese Cheesecake Recipe ???? DIY perfect jiggly cotton cheesecake souffle that doesn't deflate/crack

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After three years of baking #Japanesecheesecake I've finally perfected the recipe to make a fluffy bouncy jiggly #cottoncheesecake that does not crack during baking or deflate after baking, and no xanthan gum was needed. There is a magic ingredient... and easy baking techniques! See the video for instructions. Must watch for the egg white/batter folding technique. You too can make an Uncle Tetsu like cake at home!

(Full instructions in video and baking tips below)
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????INGREDIENTS in US cups:
-5 egg whites ????
-1/4 tsp cream of tartar (or vinegar or lemon juice)
-1/4 cup (50g) fine (granulated) sugar (Not Confectioner sugar)
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-5 egg yolks ????
-8 oz cream cheese (1 bar)
-1/4 cup (55g) butter
-1/2 cup (125ml) milk
-1/4 cup (50g) fine (granulated) sugar
-2 tbsp (15g) corn starch (magic ingredient) (UPDATED)
-1/4 cup (34g) flour (use rice flour or Mochiko instead to make a gluten-free Japanese Cheesecake)
(Vanilla extract or powder or lemon juice for extra flavoring are all optional)
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-Optional toppings: strawberries, confectioner sugar, fruits of your choice, honey, matcha powder, etc...

????To beat egg whites into stiff peaks, gradually increase the mixer speed, starting at medium, to medium-high, to high, each speed taking around 2-3 minutes.
Add cream of tartar when you see some egg foam. Gradually add fine sugar when the beaten egg whites have become very white and foamy.

????Baking tip! Bake (bain-marie style) for 25 minutes on higher heat (320-345F depending on your oven), then crack open the oven door for about 10 seconds and bake for 45 minutes on lower heat (245-265F depending on your oven.) Alternatively, bake at higher heat of 390F for 15 minutes and then lower heat to about 280F for about 30 minutes, and then shut oven, and keep cake in oven for another 20-30 minutes before removal. If your cake is not brown on top and is still wet, keep it in the oven for a longer time so it cooks thoroughly.

Oven tips: If your cake is not rising at all, your egg white beating process may have not been successful, or the final batter was over-mixed, or your oven temperature is too low. If the top is cracking, the oven temp is too high.

#japanesecheesecake #isolationcreations #isobaking #quarantinebaking #japanesesoufflecheesecake #diy #foodporn #bouncycheesecake #jigglycheesecake #japanesecottoncheesecake #easycheesecakerecipe #food #cooking #baking

Después de tres años de hornear #Japanesecheesecake, finalmente perfeccioné la receta para hacer un #cottoncheesecake esponjoso y esponjoso que no se agrieta durante el horneado ni se desinfla después del horneado, y no se necesitaba goma de xantano. Hay un ingrediente mágico ... ¡y técnicas fáciles de hornear! Vea el video para obtener instrucciones. Debe observar la técnica de plegado de clara de huevo / masa. ¡Tú también puedes hacer un tío Tetsu como pastel en casa!

#soufflecheesecake
#jigglycheesecake
#DIYjigglycake

????INGREDIENTES en tazas de EE. UU .:
-5 claras de huevo ????
-1/4 cucharadita de crema de tártaro (o vinagre o jugo de limón)
-1/4 taza de azúcar fina (granulada) (sin azúcar glas)
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-5 yemas de huevo ????
-8 oz de queso crema (1 barra)
-1/4 taza (55 g) de mantequilla
-1/2 taza (125 ml) de leche
-1/4 taza (50 g) de azúcar fina (granulada)
-2 cucharadas (15 g) de almidón de maíz (ingrediente mágico)
-1/4 taza (34 g) de harina (use harina de arroz o Mochiko en su lugar para hacer un pastel de queso japonés sin gluten)
(El extracto de vainilla o el polvo o el jugo de limón para dar sabor extra son opcionales)
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- Ingredientes opcionales: fresas, azúcar glas, frutas de su elección, miel, matcha en polvo, etc.

BeatPara batir las claras de huevo en picos rígidos, aumente gradualmente la velocidad de la batidora, comenzando a medio, a medio-alto, a alto, cada velocidad tarda unos 2-3 minutos.
Agregue crema de tártaro cuando vea espuma de huevo. Agregue gradualmente azúcar fina cuando las claras de huevo batidas se hayan vuelto muy blancas y espumosas.

???? Consejo para hornear! Hornee (estilo baño María) durante 25 minutos a temperatura más alta (320-345F dependiendo de su horno), luego abra la puerta del horno durante unos 10 segundos y hornee durante 45 minutos a temperatura más baja (245-265F dependiendo de su horno. )

Japanese Souffle Cheesecake - Anybody can bake! Jiggly Cotton Cheesecake - Fluffy Cheesecake Recipe

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I am introducing the homemade Souffle Cheesecake for the residential oven. This Cheesecake is very tricky to bake without crack on the top with the residential oven. So I adjust the oven temperature for homemade cheesecake. I hope you enjoy this method.
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수플레 치즈케이크 좋아하시죠? 보들보들 입안에서 사르륵 녹는 치즈케이크! 그러나 집에서 구울 때에는 케이크 위에 잘 터지는게 굽기가 만만치 않아요. 그래서 오늘은 가정용 오븐으로도 윗면 안터뜨리고 굽는 방법을 소개해 드릴게요. 영상 끝까지 시청해주세요. 감사합니다.

*Tips*
1. Baking time may vary for every oven.
오븐의 사양에 따라 굽는 시간이 가감될 수 있습니다.
2. If you are using a convection oven, please turn off the fan if you can.
컨벡션 오븐을 사용하는 경우, 팬을 끄고 구워주시기 바랍니다.
3. Please use the cold egg whites for the firm and soft meringue.
곱고 단단한 머랭을 위해 달걀 흰자는 냉장보관 후 사용해 주세요.

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*6 inch round cake pan 케이크 팬



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Japanese Soufflé Cheesecake Recipe (Fluffy and Moist Cotton Cheesecake) | Cooking with Dog

This fluffy and moist Cheesecake using meringue is very popular in Japan. Cheese lovers should definitely try this recipe!

How to Make Souffle Cheesecake

(15cm/5.9” cake pan with removable bottom)
100g Cream Cheese (3.5 oz)
30g Sour Cream (1.1 oz)
20g Butter, unsalted (0.7 oz)
2 Egg Yolks
20g Cake Flour (0.7 oz)

100ml Milk (3.4 fl oz)
½ tsp Vanilla Extract

2 Egg Whites
40g Granulated Sugar (1.4 oz)

Apricot Jam diluted with rum
Icing Sugar, optional
Grated Lemon Zest, optional

* Be sure to bring the refrigerated items to room temperature before combining.

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<材料>直径15㎝の型(底が抜けるタイプ)
クリームチーズ:100g
サワークリーム:30g
無塩バター:20g
卵黄:2個分
薄力粉:20g

牛乳:100ml
バニラエクストラクト小さじ1/2

卵白:2個分
グラニュー糖:40g

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HOW TO: Jiggly Japanese Cotton Cheesecake - Uncle Rikuro Style (EASY + PERFECT home cook recipe)

Easy and simple home cook tutorial on how to recreate the famous Osaka Uncle Rikuro (Rikuro Ojisan) Jiggly Japanese Cotton Cheesecake at home. Simplest recipe and method to achieve creamy fluffy, airy and delicious Japanese cheesecake at home.

[ INGREDIENTS ]
This is for a 6 x 3 round tin (adjust the amount of ingredients accordingly to the volume of the tin you're using) - tin I used:
- 60g Sugar divided into 2x30g portions
- 120 g cream cheese
- 3 eggs (I used 'Large' UK sized eggs)
- 60 ml milk
- 25 g plain flour
- 15 g corn starch
- 30g butter
- 1/4 tsp cream of tartar (or substitute with lemon juice or white vinegar)

NOTES:
- I wouldn't advise using a springform tin (theres a chance of the bottom becoming undercooked / soggy) but if you do, you need to use aluminium to tightly cover the bottom so that the water doesn't go in
- The WATER BATH: I omitted to mention in the video, but make sure that the water reach up halfway your cake tin height, otherwise it will be too hot, causing the cake to rise too quickly and subsequently deflate.
- The taller the tin, the more jiggly the cheesecake will be!
- The oven setting described in the video worked for my oven. You should get familiar with the heat level of your oven and adjust accordingly, if the temperature is too high, it could cause cracks. If you see the cake rise too quickly, it might be worth adjusting the temperature lower.
- If you are using a fan oven, make sure to place the tins on the lowest rack, far from the heating source (fan ovens are generally hotter and are more susceptible of causing cracks but my oven is a fan one so don't worry it can work!).
- Depending on the size of your pan, if it's significantly larger than the one I used, you may have to increase the baking time for a bit longer to ensure that it's cooked throughout

TROUBLESHOOTING:
1) Why is my cake not rising?
- Make sure that you have beaten the egg whites properly, if it's under-whipped, it will not rise as well.
- Make sure you don't deflate the batter before pouring into the pan. When folding the mixtures together, do so gently - I would advise looking up 'macaronage' methods and using the same hand movement to fold your mixture together. When pouring into the pan, it should still feel fluffy and light, it should not feel too 'liquid'
- Make sure that the temperature is correct. Especially if you don't see the top of the cake browning, you should increase the temperature a bit.
- There's not enough batter in the tin, make sure you use the appropriate amount of batter for your cake (adjust this ingredients listed accordingly), I would recommend using at least a 3 tall tin. If the batter is spread too thin, it may not rise as wished and will not jiggle!
2) Why is top cracked?
- The oven is too hot, turn it down
- You might have over-filled the pan with batter, make sure there's at least 1.5 - 2 cm from the batter level to the top of the pan

3) Why did my cake sink / Deflate?
- The WATER BATH: make sure that the water comes up halfway to your tin height, otherwise it will be too hot, causing the cake to rise too quickly and subsequently deflate.
- Oven temperature: you oven might be initially too hot, causing the outside to cook while the inside is still raw - in consequence, the outer layer will inflate and sink afterwards. Try to lower the temperature and bake for a longer amount of time. (i would suggest to lengthen the second phase (30 mins at 140 degrees))
- The type of tin, sometimes this doesn't work as well with non-stick tins as the batter has nothing to 'grip' on to hold shape when cooling down this might sometimes cause the cake to sink. My preference, I always buy aluminium pans for baking (they are also better at evenly distributing heat)

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Japanese Cotton Cheesecake | Fluffy, Light & Jiggly | Recipe

Hi everyone! In this video I show you how to make Japanese cotton cheesecake. Japanese cheesecake is a much fluffier and lighter version of the original cheesecake. It's very delicate, and it has this amazing cotton soft, light, pillowy texture that melts in your mouth. This has become one of my favorite cakes, and I'm sure it will be yours too.

Full Written Recipe

130g cream cheese
40g sugar
40ml vegetable oil
60ml cold whole milk
3 egg yolks (50g)
30g corn starch, sifted
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tbsp lemon juice

Meringue:
3 egg whites (90g)
40g sugar

All ingredients must be at room temperature, except the milk.

1. Preheat oven to 150°C without fan on. Grease a 15cm round cake pan and line the bottom and sides with parchment paper.

2. Add cream cheese, sugar and vegetable oil to a heat-safe bowl and melt in a double boiler. Use a spatula to mix and mash, and then once melted use a whisk to blend the ingredients together.

3. Remove from the heat. Pour in the milk and mix well to combine. Whisk in the egg yolks one at a time. Sift the corn starch over the bowl, and gently mix until smooth. Whisk in the salt, vanilla and lemon juice. Strain the batter using a sieve.

4. Beat egg whites with an electric mixer. Gradually add the sugar after the egg whites have started to get foamy. Beat until soft peaks form, and has a glossy texture. To check its consistency, lift the beaters from the whites, the egg white peaks barely hold their shape.

5. Use a silicone spatula to fold in 1/3 of the meringue to the egg yolk mixture, and then add another 1/3 of the meringue. Mix carefully to not break the foam. Add all egg yolk mixture into the bowl with the meringue and gently combine.

6. Pour the batter into prepared cake pan and tap to release air bubbles. Bake with hot water bath method for 80 minutes. Remove from the oven, and let it cool slightly before unmolding. Invert on a piece of parchment paper, and revert back up on a plate. Refrigerate before serving. It tastes best when served cold.

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Try this Japanese Cheesecake / cotton cheesecake recipe for a pillowy soft, light & heavenly cheesecake you will ever make.
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DIY JIGGLY Japanese Cotton CHEESECAKE Recipe | You Made What?

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Jiggly Cheesecake Recipe Amounts
(Use an 8 1/2 inch cake pan to bake the cake)
— 130 mL milk
— 100 g butter
— 200 g cream cheese
— 13 egg whites
— 6 egg yolks
— 60 g flour
— 60 g cornstarch
— 260 g sugar (~ 1 1/3 cup)
— 1/4 t cream of tartar
— 1 t vanilla

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Keto Fluffy and Jiggly Japanese cheesecake

Marco per serving (6 serving per recipe)
Calories 190 Kcal / Fat 17.6g / Net Carbs 1.6g / Protein 7g
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Ingredients
200g (1cup) Cream Cheese
20g (1.5Tbsp)Butter
50ml (1/4cup) Heavy Whipping Cream
40g (1/2cup) Cheddar Cheese
4 Eggs
100g (1/2cup) Erythritol


Instructions
You will need 15cm round baking pan. Line with the prepared round of parchment paper in the bottom and the sides and grease with butter.

Melting cream cheese, butter, heavy cream and cheddar cheese in double boiler, Stir until well blended. Remove from heat.

Slowly adding the egg yolks and mixing thoroughly.

Whisk egg whites and add the erythritol a bit at a time in another bowl until to a thick and stiff peak stage. 

Fold half the meringue into egg yolk mixture until combined. Gently fold in second half until well incorporated.

Wrap the cake pan with aluminium foil.Pour the cake batter into 15 cm. cake pans and Use a large baking pan for a hot water bath.

Preheat the oven to 100°C (212F) Bake for 60 minutes. After then increase to 160°C(320F) and Bake for 15 minutes. Everyone oven is different, understanding the way cake bakes will help you adjust your oven's setting to best effect.

Once cooked, leave to cool at least 15 minutes, and remove from the oven. Serve or chill in a fridge overnight.

Enjoy
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HOW TO MAKE EASY KETO JAPANESE CHEESECAKE - FLOURLESS, FLUFFY, JIGGLY & DELICIOUS!

OMG ! This is the fluffiest cheesecake that I have ever made ! Not that I have made a lot of cheesecake haha... This Japanese cheesecake is fluffy, jiggly, flourless with not a lot of ingredients. By now, you would already know that I would not attempt any difficult and complicated recipe so this is an easy version which you can whip up pretty quickly. It is so delicious, I am sure the whole family would enjoy it.

The difference between Japanese cheesecake and the standard cheesecake is that the Japanese version is crustless and uses less cream cheese but more whipped egg whites for the lightness which results in its super fluffy texture.

It is best to chill the cake overnight but I made an extra batch just to show you that you could also savor them as warm soufflé. So I used small ramekins and garnish with sliced strawberries then dust with Lakanto Powdered Sweetener. As an option, I added a bit of lemon juice and zest to the the cheesecake which I think makes it more refreshing. The sweetness level of this cake is just nice, about moderately sweet. I really hope you give this flourless, fluffy, jiggly and delicious cheesecake a try as you would not be disappointed.

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NUTRITION INFO
Total servings = 10 slices
Per serving ;
Net carb = 1 g
Calories = 165
Total Fat = 15.7 g
Protein = 5.5 g


INGREDIENTS
Cream cheese = 225 g / 1 cup
Butter = 28 g / 2 tbsp.
Whipping cream = 60 g / 1/4 cup
Shredded cheddar or mozzarella cheese = 59 g / 1/4 cup
Eggs = 4 large (separate the yolks and whites)
Erythritol = 100 g / 1/2 cup (or any keto sweetener to taste)
Lemon juice = 1 tbps (Optional)
Lemon zest = 1 tsp (Optional)

Strawberries and Lakanto powdered sweetener for garnishing (Optional)

DIRECTIONS
1. Pre-heat oven to 302F or 150C. Use top and bottom heat without fan force.
2. Prepare a pan. I used a 6 (15 cm) spring form pan in the video as I like the cake to be tall and I lined the sides of the parchment paper much higher than the pan as the cake will rise way above but it will fall which is normal. If you do not have a 6 pan, you can also use an 8 or 9 inch pan except that the cake will not be as tall. Grease the pan and parchment paper and wrap the pan with a aluminium foil to prevent water from water bath to seep in. But if you're using a solid base pan, then you don't need to wrap with foil.
3. Melt the cream cheese, butter, whipping cream and cheese in a bowl over a double boiler with low heat until smooth.
4. Remove from heat and mix in the egg yolks one at a time followed by the lemon juice and zest if using. Set aside.
5. In a bowl, add the 4 egg whites and whisk with hand held mixer at high speed until stiff peak (about 5 mins) and it should look shiny and moist. Gradually add the erythritol while beating the egg whites.
6. Fold in 1/2 the egg whites gently into the cream cheese mixture with a whisk then fold in the other half with a spatula until well combined. This meringue is very important so try not to break it by mixing or stirring as the air will be deflated resulting in the cake unable to rise. Instead fold gently as in scooping up so as to maintain its gentle shape.
7. Pour batter into the pan and tap it a few times to release visible bubbles.
8. I made another batch to savor as warm soufflé so I used ramekins for these.
9. Place the cake pans on a big baking dish and fill with hot water about 1 to 2 height depending on the height of your baking dish.
10. Bake at lowest rack for 90 mins then let the cake rest in the oven with heat turned off for 30 mins without the water bath. Every oven is different so you may need to watch the heat and adjust accordingly.
11. It is best to chill the cake overnight but you can also savor it warm like a soufflé.

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Ube Japanese Cheesecake Recipe | Make bouncy jiggly Ube Japanese Cotton Cheesecake (ASMR baking) ????

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Ube cotton cheesecakes are usually dense and dry; this one is bouncy, fluffy, jiggly and soft! It took me three years of trial and error baking to perfect my Japanese cotton cheesecake recipe, and here is a DIY Bouncy Ube Japanese Cheesecake recipe! See the ingredients list below and watch the video for all the instructions.

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????INGREDIENTS:
-5 egg whites ????
-1/4 tsp (1.23 g) cream of tartar (or vinegar or lemon juice)
-1/4 cup (50.22 g) fine sugar
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-5 egg yolks ????
-8 oz cream cheese (for example, 1 whole bar of Philly cream cheese)
-1/4 cup (56.72 g) butter
-1/2 cup (125ml) milk
-1/4 cup (50.22 g) fine sugar
-2 tbsp (25.6 g) corn starch (magic ingredient)
-1/4 cup (31.29 g) all-purpose flour (use rice flour or Mochiko instead to make a gluten-free Japanese Cheesecake)
-1 tsp (5 g) UBE extract

For accurate grams conversion, please use an online converter like:
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-Optional toppings: strawberries, confectioner sugar, fruits of your choice, honey, matcha powder, etc...

????To beat egg whites into stiff peaks, gradually increase the mixer speed, starting at medium, to medium-high, to high, each speed taking around 2-3 minutes.
Add cream of tartar when you see some egg foam. Gradually add fine sugar when the beaten egg whites have become very white and foamy.

????Baking tip! Bake (bain-marie style) for 25 minutes on higher heat (320-345F depending on your oven), then crack open the oven door for about 10 seconds and bake fro 45 minutes on lower heat (245-265F depending on your oven.)

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Earl Grey Japanese Cheesecake Recipe: Earl Grey Boba Milk Tea Japanese Cotton Cheesecake ASMR baking

Make a tall jiggly Earl Grey Milk Tea Japanese Cheesecake #withme and load it with homemade boba! (Full instructions in video and baking tips below)
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CAKE INGREDIENTS LIST:
Beaten egg whites:
-4 egg whites ????
-1/4 tsp (.85g) cream of tartar (or vinegar or lemon juice) -1/8 cup (12.5g) granulated sugar

Cake batter:
-3 egg yolks (save the fourth yolk for something else)
-4 oz (113g) cream cheese (1/2 bar)
-1/8 cup (27.5g) butter
-1/4 cup (55g) earl grey milk tea
-1/8 cup (12.5g) granulated sugar
-2 tbsp (15g) corn starch
-1/4 cup (34g) flour (all-purpose is fine, or cake flour, or gluten-free flour)

Egg whites beating: beat for at least 8-12 minutes, starting on medium speed and gradually increasing the speed. Wait until you see some foam before adding the cream of tartar or vinegar or lemon juice. Wait until you see the egg whites turn whiter and foamier before gradually adding 1/8 cup granulated sugar. Keep beating until you achieve stiff peaks. You should be able to flip the mixing bowl and the egg white won't slip out. Think of a fluffy white mountain with a peak that doesn't sway in the wind.

Baking tip: Bake bain-marie style for 25 minutes 325F(Depending on your oven, you may have to adjust the temperature.) After 25 minutes, your cake should rise. (My cake rises by 10-12 minutes.) If it has not risen yet, allow it to stay at the same temperature and give it time to rise, or you might have to raise the temperature if it doesn't rise at all, or unfortunately you may have over-mixed your final batter, or your egg whites were not beaten to stiff peaks. Once the cake rises nicely, crack open the oven door slightly and keep it opened for 10 seconds (approximately). Lower the oven temperature to about 285F, depending on your oven and bake for an additional 45-55 minutes. If your cake top is cracking, the temperature is too high. If the cake is not browning, temperature is too low, or the parchment paper around the rims is too high. If your cake is still wet after 45 min, keep the cake in the oven for longer. Do not attempt to flip a wet cake! Disaster will result!

Alternatively, you can also bake at very high temp like 400F for 15 minutes, then open oven door, lower temp to about 285F and bake for at least 30 min. And leave the cake in the oven for 30 more minutes. All ovens are different so you really have to watch your cake to see what works for you. Michael Lim starts at a lower temp, then raises his temp and then lowers the temp again.

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