There are some dessert recipes that you just can't say no to, and they make the perfect summer time dessert. This "Strawberry Cheesecake," recipe is the perfect addition to any summertime meal, it's a great way to use up your supply of strawberries, and always a favourite. Even if it isn't summer time, you can still make this delectable cheese cake! You can always use frozen strawberries as well, if you like. There are so many different types of cheesecake, but strawberry was the very first one that I ever had. My grandma made a really great New York Cheese when I was younger. She would always put a nice strawberry topping on the cheesecake, with the strawberries in a nice sauce made my their own juices. It was one of my very favourite things! This cheesecake has strawberries on top, but they are arranged in a nice mandala formation, which does look very pretty indeed! It would also be nice with some chocolate sauce drizzled on top too! Cheese cake has been around for a very long time, in fact, it has been around since ancient Greek times, and then the Romans adapted their recipe and made it their own. Now there are many different variations of this favourite dessert treat! There is even a place, The Cheesecake Factory, which is dedicated to serving just cheesecake! They have so many different kinds to choose from!
This strawberry cheesecake recipe takes a bit of effort to put together, but is worth it in the end, the texture is so creamy, with its strawberry jelly and slices of fresh strawberries. You will want to use the freshest, best tasting strawberries, and use good quality ingredients, ensuring the success of your recipe. To start you will want to preheat the oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit, you will also need to fill a large baking pan that the cheesecake pan will fit into filled with about one inch of water in the oven while it preheats for ten minutes, this is for the cheesecake's water bath. Next you will want to prepare your graham cracker crust. The creamy cheesecake filling is prepared by using softened cream cheese, sour cream, heavy whipping cream, and eggs. For the full recipe details and lots of photos, you'll want to look at the recipe site.
The creator of this website is Sheila Lopez, a cuisine and pastry chef, culinary instructor, chef consultant, food stylist, food photographer, recipe developer, food writer for a breakfast magazine and mother to a young boy, she is definitely busy! Her love of culinary arts began when she was a student working on her Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management. She enjoys cooking, baking and making new dishes for family and friends, who in turn help to sample her recipes. Some of the recipes you will find on this site include dessert recipes, savory recipes, sauce recipes and dressing recipes to name a few. To read more about this recipe, visit the website link below to the "Chef Sheila," website.
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