Brb, we're just basque-ing in the beauty of this picture-perfect, postcard-worthy, stuff-of-Pinterest-board-dreams Burnt Basque Cheesecake from @sanahgulati7 of Delhi-based bakery @whitemilkdark. That rustic-looking caramelised crust and airy soufflé-like centre make this glorious Spanish-inspired stunner the perfect cross between the bouncy, featherlight Japanese cheesecake and the much denser, creamier New York-style cheesecake. Of course, it helps that this Basque-inspired baby is way easier to bake than a regular cheesecake, too. Don't believe us? Read on. Ingredients:- - Cream Cheese, 600g, room temperature - Castor Sugar, 225g - Eggs, 4 - Salt, a pinch - Double Cream, 300g - Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp - Plain Flour, 40g Method:- • Preheat the oven to 200°C and make sure it is really hot since a burnt basuqe cheesecake relies heavily on heat. • Prepare an 8" cake tin by spraying it with oil and then lining it with two sheets of butter paper. • In a stand mixer or bowl (using an electric mixer), add the room temperature cream cheese and whip till it softens and comes together. • Gradually add in the castor sugar, a little at a time, until the mixture further softens. • One thoroughly mixed, add in the eggs, one at a time, and continue mixing. • Add a pinch of salt and vanilla extract, and pour in the double cream. Scrape down the sides so that everything is well combined. • Sieve in the flour and fold by hand into the cheesecake mixture. • Pour the basque cheesecake batter into the tin. • Bake for 50 minutes at 200°C until the cheesecake is a beautiful dark brown colour. • Let cool for at least 3-4 hours before de-moulding it. • De-mould, retain the butter paper, and serve. If this recipe's floored you, you might want to show up at the @whitemilkdark pop-up at Foodhall@MKT, Delhi this weekend, where an assortment of even more indulgent desserts awaits!

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Brb, we're just basque-ing in the beauty of this picture-perfect, postcard-worthy, stuff-of-Pinterest-board-dreams Burnt Basque Cheesecake from @sanahgulati7 of Delhi-based bakery @whitemilkdark.

That rustic-looking caramelised crust and airy soufflé-like centre make this glorious Spanish-inspired stunner the perfect cross between the bouncy, featherlight Japanese cheesecake and the much denser, creamier New York-style cheesecake.

Of course, it helps that this Basque-inspired baby is way easier to bake than a regular cheesecake, too. Don't believe us? Read on.

Ingredients:-
- Cream Cheese, 600g, room temperature
- Castor Sugar, 225g
- Eggs, 4
- Salt, a pinch
- Double Cream, 300g
- Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp
- Plain Flour, 40g

Method:-
• Preheat the oven to 200°C and make sure it is really hot since a burnt basuqe cheesecake relies heavily on heat.
• Prepare an 8" cake tin by spraying it with oil and then lining it with two sheets of butter paper.
• In a stand mixer or bowl (using an electric mixer), add the room temperature cream cheese and whip till it softens and comes together.
• Gradually add in the castor sugar, a little at a time, until the mixture further softens.
• One thoroughly mixed, add in the eggs, one at a time, and continue mixing.
• Add a pinch of salt and vanilla extract, and pour in the double cream. Scrape down the sides so that everything is well combined.
• Sieve in the flour and fold by hand into the cheesecake mixture.
• Pour the basque cheesecake batter into the tin.
• Bake for 50 minutes at 200°C until the cheesecake is a beautiful dark brown colour.
• Let cool for at least 3-4 hours before de-moulding it.
• De-mould, retain the butter paper, and serve.

If this recipe's floored you, you might want to show up at the @whitemilkdark pop-up at Foodhall@MKT, Delhi this weekend, where an assortment of even more indulgent desserts awaits!

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Brb, we're just basque-ing in the beauty of this picture-perfect, postcard-worthy, stuff-of-Pinterest-board-dreams Burnt Basque Cheesecake from @sanahgulati7 of Delhi-based bakery @whitemilkdark. That rustic-looking caramelised crust and airy soufflé-like centre make this glorious Spanish-inspired stunner the perfect cross between the bouncy, featherlight Japanese cheesecake and the much denser, creamier New York-style cheesecake. Of course, it helps that this Basque-inspired baby is way easier to bake than a regular cheesecake, too. Don't believe us? Read on. Ingredients:- - Cream Cheese, 600g, room temperature - Castor Sugar, 225g - Eggs, 4 - Salt, a pinch - Double Cream, 300g - Vanilla Extract, 1 tsp - Plain Flour, 40g Method:- • Preheat the oven to 200°C and make sure it is really hot since a burnt basuqe cheesecake relies heavily on heat. • Prepare an 8" cake tin by spraying it with oil and then lining it with two sheets of butter paper. • In a stand mixer or bowl (using an electric mixer), add the room temperature cream cheese and whip till it softens and comes together. • Gradually add in the castor sugar, a little at a time, until the mixture further softens. • One thoroughly mixed, add in the eggs, one at a time, and continue mixing. • Add a pinch of salt and vanilla extract, and pour in the double cream. Scrape down the sides so that everything is well combined. • Sieve in the flour and fold by hand into the cheesecake mixture. • Pour the basque cheesecake batter into the tin. • Bake for 50 minutes at 200°C until the cheesecake is a beautiful dark brown colour. • Let cool for at least 3-4 hours before de-moulding it. • De-mould, retain the butter paper, and serve. If this recipe's floored you, you might want to show up at the @whitemilkdark pop-up at Foodhall@MKT, Delhi this weekend, where an assortment of even more indulgent desserts awaits! #BasqueCheesecake #BasqueBurntCheesecake #Cheesecake #CheesecakeRecipe #CheesecakeLovers #CheesecakeLove #Dessert #DessertLover #DessertBae #Dessertstagram #Dessertgram #DessertOfTheDay #Food #FoodBlogFeed #Foodstagram #InstaFood #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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