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"I cooked as directed with an exception. I greased the bottom of 2 round cake pans with Crisco and pressed in some gram cracker crumbs so it wouldn't stick since I do not have a spring form pan."- Harveysangel
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~Preheat oven to 350 -degrees Place a pan of water on the lower rack of the oven. Beat together the cream cheese, ricotta and sour cream. Beat in the sugar. Beat in the remaining ingredients, one at a time. Everything must be very well combined. Pour the mixture into a greased 9-inch springform pan. If youd like, dust the pan with crushed graham crackers. It will make the cake come out easier but you wont actually have a crust. Place the cheesecake on the middle rack of the oven and bake for 1 hour. Turn off the oven. (DO NOT open oven door). Leave cheesecake in oven for 1 hour longer. Cool on a wire rack; refrigerate overnight. The next day, remove sides of springform pan. Top with sour cream, if desired. Recipe by: =20 Posted to Bakery-Shoppe Digest by Becky Kivak
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phaeberle 1 year agoThis was excellent. I added a crust of vanilla wafers and butter to seal the spring form pan and add some texture.
Raich 2 years agoI'm not a big fan of regular cheesecake as I normally find it too rich and heavy, but this recipe was lighter and absolutely delicious! I made this here in France, so I did subsitute the sour cream for creme fraiche (though pretty much the same thing) and used yeast instead of cornstarch as I could not find any here? Also, my friend had the idea of using crumbled Speculoos crackers combined with butter to form a bottom crust. My French host family loved the slight lemony tang and were very much impressed! :)
Harveysangel 5 years agoI cooked as directed with an exception. I greased the bottom of 2 round cake pans with Crisco and pressed in some gram cracker crumbs so it wouldn't stick since I do not have a spring form pan.