Scorched and with a sunken centre, this is no eye-candy nor is it a feast for the eyes. 3 large eggs. Basque Burnt Cheesecake. This Basque version originating in San Sebastian, Spain 3 decades ago uses pantry basics – cream cheese, sugar, eggs and flour. The result? Method. Place baking paper onto baking tin, pushing it against the wall to make a mould and leave it aside. Take out cream cheese and eggs 1 hour in advance from the fridge to ensure that they are at room temperature before making cheesecake. 18g flour. Recipe reference from PhongHong Bakes. Ingredients . In a large bowl, mix Zanetti Mascarpone Cheese and caster sugar till mixture is smooth. 500g cream cheese (at room temperature) 170g caster sugar. However, it’s deightfully delish! 250 ml double cream or whipping cream. Burnt yet undercooked, this 500g Basque Burnt Cheesecake ($42 for 6”) is far from typical with its scorched edges and gooey centre that oozes lazily. This cheesecake gets burnt, deliberately, in its final 5 minutes of baking!


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