Ingredients for cooking royal cheesecakes in a slow cooker
For sand crumbs:
- Butter 100 grams
- Sugar 0.5 cup
- Wheat flour 1.5 cups
- Homemade cottage cheese 500 grams
- 4 eggs
- Sugar 0.7-1 cup
- Salt 1 pinch
- Baking soda 0.5 teaspoon
- Potato starch 2 tablespoons
- Vanillin on the tip of a knife
- Main ingredients: Cottage cheese, Butter, Flour, Sugar
- Serving 10 Servings
Slow cooker, large bowl, mixer, blender, teaspoon, tablespoon, sieve, saucer, cutting board, kitchen knife, flat serving dish, steamer in a slow cooker, medium bowl
Cooking royal cheesecakes in a slow cooker:
Step 1: prepare the butter for the crumb sand.
To prepare a delicious crumb sand, which will serve as the basis for the cheesecake, we need to first bring the butter to room temperature. To do this, just take out the component from the refrigerator and put it on a cutting board. Using a knife, grind the butter in slices and carefully move it into a clean saucer. We leave the component aside for a while, but for now, we are preparing the filling.
Step 2: prepare the egg-sugar mass for the filling.
Using a knife, break the eggshell, and pour the yolks with squirrels into a medium bowl. Pour sugar and vanilla on the tip of the knife here. Using a mixer, beat the ingredients at medium speed until a uniform, thick, pale yellow mass is formed.
Step 3: prepare the filling for the cheesecake.
In a bowl with egg-sugar mass, add cottage cheese, salt and baking soda. Using a tablespoon, mix everything thoroughly until smooth. Attention: since we use homemade cheese, it is necessary to beat it well with a blender to get a beautiful uniform filling without lumps. Therefore, we will use this appliance and thoroughly mix everything at high speed. At the end, pour potato starch into the container and, without ceasing to beat, continue to cook the curd filling. Everything, the mass is ready, so leave it aside to insist and proceed to prepare the basis of our baking.
Step 4: prepare the flour mixture.
Using a sieve, pour flour into it and sift it over a large bowl. This must be done in order to saturate the component with oxygen and get rid of excess lumps.
Then add sugar to the container and mix everything with a tablespoon until a homogeneous dry mixture is formed.
Step 5: prepare the sand crumbs.
Put soft pieces of butter in a bowl with flour mixture and carefully rub everything with clean hands.
Attention: do this until large oily clumps disappear. All sand crumbs are ready!
Step 6: prepare the royal cheesecake in a slow cooker.
Pour the sand crumbs into the multicooker pan and tamp it with clean hands so that it not only spreads out along the bottom, but also begins to go into the walls of the container. Attention: try to make the layer uniform in thickness.
Now carefully pour the curd filling here and level its surface with a tablespoon. Important: try to make sure that the mass does not go beyond the edges of the walls of sand crumbs. Install baking mode and cook the cheesecake for 70 minutes. Since I have a multicooker, pressure cooker, the baking time of another appliance can vary from larger to smaller. In any case, follow the instructions and add as much as necessary. another 5-10 minutes. When the corresponding signal sounds, turn off the multicooker, open the lid, but do not rush to get a cheesecake. Let it cool to a warm state.
At the end we take out the cake with the help of a special stand for steaming and put it on a flat plate.
Step 7: serve the royal cheesecake in a slow cooker.
Before serving to the dessert table, using a knife, cut a cheesecake into portions and treat friends and relatives with delicious pastries along with tea, coffee, compotes or juices.
Have a nice tea party!
- if you decide to cook the filling without a blender, then you should get a thick mass with curd grains. In this case, you do not need to add starch. We need this ingredient only if, after whipping with an electric appliance, we get a liquid mixture that needs to be thickened. After baking cheesecakes, such a mass will turn into a souffle and become very tender and tasty;
- after baking, you need to focus on the readiness of the curd filling. Be sure to lightly touch it with clean hands and look. If the mass will spring and leave no fingerprints, then the cheesecake is ready and you can turn off the multicooker. If not, then extend the baking time yet for 10-15 minutes;
- before serving to the dessert table, the cheesecake can be decorated. For example, sprinkle with a small amount of powdered sugar, cocoa powder, chopped nuts, decorate the cake with berries, slices of oranges, apples and other fruits, and pour the baked goods with melted chocolate or grease with whipped cream, any cream of your choice or condensed milk.