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Japanese Cotton Cheesecake - Bake With Paws. Much thanks to my friend Mandy for introducing me to this recipe. She is great at baking and her results inspire me a lot. You may see her recipe shared on Rasa Malaysia. This is the 7th cake I have been baked so far and 5 out of 7 were cracked even though I followed every instruction and tip. Finally, I think I’ve figured out the culprit. It is because of the meringue, whisk until soft peaks form only as below picture. Ingredients: 140g/5 oz. fine granulated sugar 6 egg whites 6 egg yolks 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar 50g/2 oz. unsalted butter 250g/9 oz. cream cheese 100 ml/3 fluid oz. fresh milk 1 tablespoon lemon juice 60g/2 oz. cake flour /superfine flour 20g/1 oz. cornflour (cornstarch) 1/4 teaspoon salt Method: Melt cream cheese, butter and milk over a double boiler.

Notes: I used 9-inch non-stick spring form round cake pan and lined the bottom with grease-proof baking paper or parchment paper. This Jiggly Fluffy Japanese Cheesecake Is What Dreams Are Made Of. Japanese Cheesecake - Delicious Baking Recipe | Craft Passion. It has been a while since my previous cake recipe sharing, today I am glad to share with you a delicious light pillowy soft Japanese cheesecake recipe that is adaptable to most brands of conventional ovens with top and bottom heating (without fan on). This time, I have recorded a video to show you the summary of procedure on how I prepare the cake batter and bake it. It even has a in-oven baking progress to let you see how the cake was baked. Click the Japanese Cheesecake recipe page to watch the 5 minutes video.

I have spent weeks in baking this cheesecake by trying out different recipes and different techniques. Some almost success but some failed miserably, they all taste delicious even they are failed. Why do I mean by a “failed” Japanese cheesecake? I didn’t stop after I have got the Japanese cheesecake baked perfectly, I baked another few more to proof that I wasn’t just lucky to get it perfected by chance. Japanese cheesecake is best serve after it has cooled down and chilled.