x 8cm round cake pan with butter, line bottom with baking paper. (It is best to use a one piece cake tin i.e. one that the bottom does not come out)
make cream cheese batter, whisk cream cheese until melted and smooth over a warm water bath.
a tea towel in a large roasting tin then place cake pan on top (to protect bottom of cake pan from direct heat). Form water bath by pouring hot water into roasting tin (
for 18 minutes then lower temperature to 140 degrees and bake for further 30 minutes Turn off oven and leave cake in the closed oven for another 30 minutes Remove water bath but leave cake in the oven with the oven slightly open for another 30 minutes to cool.
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I'm entering this Mango cheesecake recipe tothe challenge & join in the fun. This was quite an honor for me because I am still relatively new tothe blogging world & being nominated just not long ago with Versatile Award too
Luckily there was still a cheesecaketo be eaten, and cheesecake makes just about anything better. While I did make this today, the fact that it is actually St Patrick's Day was just a happy coincidence
I was attracted to this Japanese steamed cake posted by Agnes [here] then by Zoe [here]. Sieve flour and baking powder into egg mixture and whisk with a hand whisk until batter is smooth [the batter is quite thick]