Mango Cheese Cake

Velvety cheese cake with a mango topping
Velvety cheese cake with a mango topping
Melting moments....
Melting moments….

When you are in a mood to indulge and pamper yourselves , then is the right time to dig into this creamy beauty. ‘ A thing of beauty is a joy forever‘ is one quote I wouldn’t want to agree with in this case. If you are not minding your calories, it will not take much time for this cake to disappear. Cheese cake was something  I was always scared of trying out. But this  recipe which I tried out after some twists, turned out so easy and good that I have decided to make this again as early as possible but with another flavor. The smooth velvety texture of the cake just melts in your mouth. The sweet and tangy flavors combine beautifully to make this dessert extra delicious….

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Ingredients for the base:

  • Digestive biscuits                             75 g
  • Demerara sugar                                 40 g
  • Butter                                                     40 g

Grind or crush the biscuits finely. Add melted butter and sugar. Spread on a greased baking tin (springform) and press firmly.Chill in fridge for a while.Bake at 120ºC for 10 minutes in a preheated oven. Cool and Chill again.

 

Ingredients for Cheese cake:

  • Cream cheese                            360 g
  • Icing sugar                                    75 g
  • Heavy cream                              145 g
  • Vanilla essence                          1/2 tsp.

 

Whisk the cream cheese and cream separately till light . Add sugar to cream and whisk well till fluffy. Add vanilla pod or essence. Add the cream cheese. Spread evenly on the baked biscuit crust. Smooth with a palette knife. Set in fridge for five to six hours.

 

Ingredients for topping:

  •  Mango jelly crystals
  • Kiwi fruit

 

Decorate the cake with Kiwi slices.Prepare jelly as per packet instructions. Carefully spoon out while still hot onto the cheese cake. Chill in the fridge overnight or for atleast  4-6 hours to set.

Carefully  remove the sides of the springform pan and serve chilled.

Tralalala∼∼∼     That’s how easy it is.

 

This is my entry to the Friday Fiesta hosted by The Novice Gardener, Stacey Bender and Elaine Foodbod . Hope everyone enjoys this.

A slice of cheese cake ....
A slice of cheese cake ….
One individual portion of mango cheese cake...
One individual portion of mango cheese cake…

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18 Comments Add yours

  1. Nancy says:

    Beautiful! The pairing of mango and kiwi sounds refreshing and delicious!

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    1. skdarvesh says:

      Thankyou , the combo really tasted good….

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  2. LFFL says:

    Now there’s a cheesecake I’ve never heard of before. And it looks so pretty on that plate!

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    1. skdarvesh says:

      Yay! Thanks for the compliment. Have a nice weekend.

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  3. Wow! That is definitely a thing of beauty! Thank you so much for bringing this to the party, I’m looking forward to digging in 🙂

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    1. skd says:

      Thank you so much Elaine for having me on. This is my first ever Friday Fiesta. So don’t know much of the etiquette. But I am enjoying this. 🙂

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      1. Oh brilliant, well I’m glad I could share it with you 🙂

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  4. Kiwis and cake, gorgeous.

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  5. chefjulianna says:

    Simply stunning! Thanks so much for bringing this to the party! 😀

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    1. skd says:

      Most welcome. I am enjoying the party too 🙂

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  6. Hello! I’ve come over from Fiesta Friday! I do love an unbaked cheesecake and this one does sound delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Absolutely stunning mango cheese cake which the kiwi stole the show! 😛

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    1. skd says:

      Thank you so much ☺

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  8. Looks creamy and delicious, mango in desserts is heavenly 🙂

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    1. skd says:

      Thank you so much. You have summed it up so well. I think that’s why we still fondly remember the aromas of the foods we had during our childhood . Thanks again for the follow. I will look forward to your visits☺

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  9. CWilliams says:

    This may just fuel my mango obsession. This looks great.

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    1. skd says:

      Mangoes are an all time favourite with my family too. Thank you for liking it ☺

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