Apr 25, 2012

Eggless Mango Cheese Cake ( No Bake, No Cream Cheese, No SpringForm Pan, No Eggs) - Celebrating my 600th Post


I cannot believe that I am telling you this..YES my little blog has 600 recipes now..YAY!!! You don't know how excited I am, I just can't believe this still..I can see that how much I have cooked in these many days. And one more thing which I wanted to tell you is, I love blogging and cooking..

I want to celebrate this special day with a special post. So I am giving you a very simple, but very yummy and spectacular recipe..It is a No Bake Eggless Mango Cheese Cake..Are you wondering that you can't find cream cheese in your place so you cannot make this recipe, no worries, this recipe doesn't need cream cheese..YES how cool is that..I cannot find cream cheese in my place too..


Do you think that you need spring form pan to make cheese cake these many days..Then please change your thoughts. I don't own a spring form pan. You need to prepare your basic round pan accordingly so that it acts like a spring form pan. It takes a bit of time, but it is totally worth it.

This recipe is so special to me..Because I tried this for the first time, and I can make it close to perfection. The taste was sooooo good, my totally family digged in to it. I got so many compliments for this recipe from my relatives and family. I wanted all of you to try it..I know this will make a special recipe to celebrate this special day..



Check out my other celebration post too.

My 100th post - Cornflakes Chocolate
My 200th Post - Homemade Bounty Chocolate
My 300th post - Tri - Colour Rainbow Cake

I hope you will like it too…

Ingrediants:

For Base:
Biscuit - 30 powdered finely ( I used Milk Bikis, You can use anything)
Butter - 100 gms Melted

For Cheese Layer:
Paneer / Cottage Cheese - 200 gms
Condensed Milk / Milk maid - 1 tin / 400 ml
Sugar - 2 tblspn
Vanilla - 1 tsp
Geletin - 3 tblspn
Mango Puree - 300 ml

For Mango Jelly Topping:
Mango Puree - 300 ml
Gelatin - 2 tblspn

Method:

Start by soaking the gelatin in cold water. You can use all the gelatin given for the cheese layer as well as the amount give for mango jelly and soak it together for around 15 mins till it plumps up.

Now lets make fake spring form pan. Take a round tin. Line it with foil, make sure the foil comes over the top, so that it will be easy to pull the cheese cake later from the tin. Then line it with cling wrap. Then line the bottom with some parchment paper. The cake tin is done.

Now lets make the base of the cheese cake. Take biscuits in a blender and make into a fine powder. Melt some butter in a pan. Switch off the flame and add the powdered biscuit into it. Mix well. Now pour this in the base of the tin and press it slightly and make a even base. Put the tin in the freezer for 10 mins.

Now make the cheese layer. Take paneer, condensed milk, vanilla, sugar in a blender and make into a fine puree. Pour this in a bowl and add 300 ml of mango puree to it. Mix well.

Now take some water in a sauce pan, and bring it to boil. Add the soaked softened gelatin and mix well till they are dissolved. Now pour half of this gelatin mixture to the cheese mixture and mix well. Pour this over the biscuit layer and put it in the freezer for 10 mins.

Now mix the rest of the gelatin in the 300 ml of mango and mix well. Pour it over the cheese layer and return it back in the fridge for 4-6 hours.

Now remove the cheese cake slowly from the pan with the help of foil and cling film and place it over the plate.

Return it back to the fridge till serving. Slice and serve.


Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Prepare a pan
Soak gelatin in Cold water
Take mangoes in a blender
and puree it
melt butter in  a pan
add biscuit powder
and mix well
Line the base of the prepared pan..Put this in the fridge
Take paneer, condensed milk and vanilla in a blender
and make into a smooth puree
add half of the mango puree to this
Now melt the soaked gelatin in some hot water.
mix well till they are melted
Pour half of that in the cheese mixture
and mix well
Pour that in the pan..Put this in freezer for 10 mins.
Now pour the rest to the mango puree
and mix well
Pour that over the cheese layer
Put the whole lot in fridge
remove it from the pan carefully
Slice and Serve
This makes a perfect center piece for party

118 comments:

  1. Wow, congratz dear..cake looks excellent n wonderful prepparation, very well explaines.Book marked it!!

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  2. Looks delicious. Congrats on your 600th post hope to see more...

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  3. That looks amazing!!!!! Must taste awesome!! I might try it using agar-agar instead of Gelatin!!!!

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  4. OMG!!!!!!!
    YOU REALLY GOT ALOTTTTTTTTT OF PATIENCE DEAR.. HATS OFF TO YOU..
    ITS MY DREAM TO BAKE??? THIS CHEESE CAKE BUT I CAN NOT I KNOW :-(((
    KEEP IT UP. YOUR PICTORIAL POSTING HAS HELPED ME A LOT AS I AM AN ABSENT MINDED PERSON AND LITTLE CARELESS TO READ THE WHOLE POST.. (MANY TIMES I HAVE SPOILED MY DISH BECAUSE I DID NOT READ THE FULL RECIPE)

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  5. A hearty Congrats Aarthi .. may you pas many such milestones
    ahead !

    The Cheese cake has turned out lovely ... hard to beleive its a no bake version.. :)

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  6. Congrats on ur milestone and keep the great work going. the mango cheese cake looks so yum

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  7. yummy, nicely explained.
    Congrats on thwe 600th post.

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  8. congratulations and wishing u many more arthi!!!!!
    cheese cake looks gr8 :)

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  9. Wow!! Congratulations Aarti!! This is amazing, wish you many many more milestones like this :)

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  10. Congratulations! The cheese cake came out perfect!

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  11. WOW.... Looks tempting,Great easy recipe

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  12. I was expecting this recipe..going to try soon..thanx for sharing..Is this ur own recipe? Great gng dear n my advance marriage wishes.. :)

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  13. wooww!! delicious cake!! and congratulations!! kisses

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  14. Hi,Aarthi U r really gr8 blogger
    Nice Cheese cake sooooooo Yummy
    I love it .Congrats for ur 600th post Keep Going.All the best.

    Prathibha

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  15. !!que rico, un pastel delicioso.Saludos.

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  16. Very interesting..I've never seen cheesecake made without cream cheese...looks wonderful!

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  17. congrats dear....fabulous cake.....

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  18. tempting pics.....will give a try soon...keep going Aarthi
    Ramya
    kuwait

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  19. The layers look perfect and the cheese cake looks so yummy! Congrats on the milestone and great job on the cheese cake :)

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  20. Congratulations on your 600th post! Huge accomplishment. This looks so good. I'm going to have to try it. It's just perfect, thanks for sharing!

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  21. Oh my goodnesss..what a lovely post...

    congratulations dear...

    I will surely try this..Lovely cake

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  22. Wow! What a beautiful cake..so mouthwatering. Liked the ingredients you added here. ;)
    Congrats on your 600th post! ;)

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  23. Super delicious cheese cakes, yumm..

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  24. Do you mean by condensed milk the one which is liquid or the one which is sweet and thick in consistency?

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  25. yummy dessert , perfect for the season:)

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  26. Very nice...Even a treat to the eye,Aarti..

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  27. Congratulations on your milestone.
    Cake looks super delicious.

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  28. Congrats..
    lovely cake
    http://followfoodie.blogspot.com/

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  29. Congrats Aarthi on your 600th post and the cake looks terrific. Nice way to celebrate.

    Vardhini
    CooksJoy

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  30. Wow Aarthi Superb cake.I feel like trying immediately but not having gelatin.Can u send me the cake.OMG it looks so yummy.Congrats on your 600th post dear.Keep going.

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  31. Wow Aarthi Superb cake.I feel like trying immediately but not having gelatin.Can u send me the cake.OMG it looks so yummy.Congrats on your 600th post dear.Keep going.

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  32. first i congradulate for ur 600th post.fantastic job aarthi.keep doing dear. this cake looks very yummy.i am surely going to try this in the weekend.

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  33. 600 posts in such a short duration is really great Aarthi! Keep up the excellent work.

    This cheesecake is really awesome...bookmarking it and will be trying it very soon

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  34. Hi aarthi madhu this side, u are realy wonderful, i was searching for a recipee like this, thaaanks a lot. i also requested u paal payesam, that karelite dish with rice flour balls in milk.

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  35. Simply Superb and Loved the preparation Aarthi, Congratulations on your 600th post...

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  36. Congratulations on your 600th post Aarthi, you sure are marathon cook. Your family must be lucky to have you to cook delicious dishes every day :).Keep it going girl.

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  37. Hi there.. Congrats for 600th post!!I really like the recipe but I don't use Gelatin. If you are going egg-less, you should consider finding non-animal options for gelatin like agar-agar (Chinese grocery store has it), pectin or Guar-gum (should be available in India). Just MHO... I love your recipe and I will definitely try it.

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  38. @AJYes, i was planning to try this with china grass next time..

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  39. @MadhuPaal Kolukattai will be posted very soon..

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  40. @AnonymousCondensed milk is the one which is thick and sweet..Not the unsweetened reduced milk

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  41. seriously drooling here...cheese cake looks soo tempting

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  42. Gal.... u r too awesome.. Really yummy recipe and congrats for the 600th milestone..

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  43. Congratulations Aarthi and what a fabulous looking dessert to celebrate it...Kudos to you!!!

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  44. Congrats. Wish you many many more milestones.This is amazing. I will need to read it all over many times before i attempt it.

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  45. Congrats.Amazing recipe.I love all ur recipes so much.Could you tell me the size of cake pan 6 inch or 8inch for this mango cheesecake?

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  46. Congrats on your 600th post!
    Your recipes look great, however being vegetarian,
    an eggless receipe with gelatin would be very
    contradictory. Please post a cheesecake recipe without gelatin.

    Thanks!

    -American Vegetarian and Proud

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  47. I made this wonderful dessert today and it was just awesome!

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  48. Hi Aarthi!

    Wonderful cake!
    I notice that you didn't use springform pan, but instead use regular pan lined with cling wrap.
    I wonder how did you take the cake out without damaging your cake? Did you turn it upside down or lift the cake up by pulling the cling wrap?

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  49. @KarinaYes you can pull it using a cling wrap. But i turned i upsidedown and peeled the cling wrap off and turned it over again.

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  50. hey Aarthi, looks good...i want to try...but why using paneer? why can't we use processed cheese? it will not come nicely?

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  51. thanks aarthi...i will try in the weekend :) thanks for sharing nice and innovative items...!!

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  52. Hi Aarthi!!

    I'm so glad that I finally got a site which doesn't offer fancy recipes! ur recipes are so homely as well as easy to make . I especially love the no-make desserts. I'm a die-hard foodie and love cooking :-)

    Thanku.

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  53. Hi Arthi,
    Wonderful blog and mouth watering recipes!
    I try to avoid gelatin as it derived from the collagen mainly inside pig skin (hide) and cattle bones. Do you think there is a substitute for Gelatin.
    Let me know, thanks!

    Sangeeta

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  54. @AnonymousYes u can use china grass in place of gelatin

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  55. Looks Yummy ! I want to try making this but my concern is the amount of water, how much water you can mix ?.

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  56. @Anonymous Use 1/2 cup t0 3/4 cup of water to soak the gelatin and mix in

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  57. Looks awesome! Thanks for sharing! But I'm a vegetarian n according to my understanding, gelatin is sourced from animals....is there any substitute for gelatin u might suggest?

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  58. @kathleenU can use Chinagrass instead of gelatin

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  59. So this was the main Attraction today at the table for my husband's birthday... It tasted delicious but i might have added the gelatin less bcz it didnt freeze.. :-$ but i will try it again, will try to get over my mistakes !! :) once again thanx for such a nice recipe :)the pictorials are SUCH a big help !!

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  60. Hi aarthi,I liked all of your recipes......gelatin and yeast both are same? or where can i find it?

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  61. @MadhaviNO Yeast and Gelatin are completely different. You can find it in any super market

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  62. Hi Aarthi, i recently found your blog and have tried so many of ur recipes... great job here!:)
    i recently tried this cheesecake since its mango season and it turned out beautiful!

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  63. Hello friend!!!
    I found this is very good website to make any food easily and really very simple to understand how to prepare it.

    thanks & regards

    Rajat Agarwal

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  64. Hi Aarthi, thank you so much for making the complicated cheese cake sound so easy. One thing I would like to know, what quantity of china grass/ agar agar should be used instead of gelatin

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  65. U r such an awesome cook nd u def deserve al d credits...kuddos to ur work...and my suggestion y dnt add sum more otg oven recipes nd make ur cookin a more healthier one...

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  66. @AnonymousI have many OTG recipe, check my index
    http://yummytummyrecipeindex.blogspot.com/

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  67. Amazing! Everybody at home loved it! Thanks

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  68. yummy cheese cake...loved your fake pan...nice step by step pics

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  69. Wow ! I wanna give a try... I love eating sweets, dessert but I knew only few recipes...I like ur blog hope to see more yummy recipes.

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  70. I like ur blog. Im your new follower. Thanks for sharing...

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  71. Wow I like it. I wanna give it a try. Hope more yummy recipes.

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  72. Aarthi we cant get paneer here can I use cream cheese instead.

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  73. Hi Aarthi
    The recipe looks really yum n super quick. I wanted to know about how you removed it finally from the pan.

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  74. @Anonymousyes u can use cream cheese for paneer

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  75. @AnonymousJust remove it from the tin with the help of foil

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  76. Can I use cream cheese or any other cheese? And do I have to mix cheese in blender or I can use electric bitter instead?

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  77. Can you tell the proportion of jelatin pls? In gram/ml ?

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  78. @AnonymousYes u can use cream cheese, mix it using handblender

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  79. Can we make this cheese cake with fresh orange juice .If so should i use same 300 ml of juice as it is a good season of oranges here.

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  80. As you had specified to use same amount of china grass instead of gelatin for both the layers how much water should we use .

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  81. U mean whole agar agar packet of China grass dissolved in 1/2cup water .?
    Can I omit mango purée in cheese layer..?

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  82. @Anonymousyes. Mango puree in cheese layer makes it tasty.

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  83. How can we remove the cake perfectly from the pan??

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  84. Glad to see a dessert that can be easily made in India with the regular items from the general store! its even mabgo season now. just need a pan and some time to make thses. yum! looks delishh

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  85. I was looking for cheese cake recipe that does not require a fancy pan. I stumbled upon your website. This idea of a fake spring pan of yours is yummily tummiliciously super duper one. The substitutes you have used for the original ingredients in the recipe is so cool. Actually the signs of an very efficient and a good chef. Loved going through the recipe. Shall let you know, if it worked for me or not.

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  86. What should be the amount of agar agar if I use it instead of gelatin?

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  87. Aarthi i belong to a small town & it seems difficult to find gelatin at my end. Can i replace gelatin with flavoured jelly crystals? Will it work or it will mess with the whole recipe. Please advice.

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  88. @Anonymousjelly wont work. u can use china grass

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  89. Hello,can you please give a recipe on cheesecake made from homemade cream cheese
    thanks

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  90. @Anonymouscheck this link
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/search/label/Cheese%20Cake

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  91. Hi I am a great fan and have tried most of your recipes....the cheese cake I made two times didnt set as I had used china grass...any advise.

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  92. @Anonymousif u are using china grass use double the amount mentioned in this for gelatin and heat it till it is melted completely

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  93. Dear Arthi,I like your recipes.All looks amazing.Some times I tried your some recipes.It comes excellent also.For me could you please post a 3 Ingredient recipe(condensed milk,chocolate and biscuits) no bake cake.
    Thank you
    BinduVenu

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  94. Dear Arthi,I like your recipes.All looks amazing.Some times I tried your some recipes.It comes excellent also.For me could you please post a 3 Ingredient recipe(condensed milk,chocolate and biscuits) no bake cake.
    Thank you
    BinduVenu

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  95. hi, im your new follower. ive tried a few recipes from your blog and to-date viewing your wonderful recipes...
    i really like your pictorial, rather than imagining the cooking items/ ingredients.
    one question, what i can use as substitute to gelatin?

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  96. Can you give a baked cheese cake recipe.

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  97. Hi... Great recipe... If I am using cream cheese, do I just replace it with the paneer cheese and just follow the rest of the recipe? Still need to add the condense milk? Thanks..

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  98. can u give a baked cream cheese cake recipe

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  99. @Anonymoushttp://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2015/10/baked-eggless-cheesecake-recipe-eggless.html

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  100. I tried this dessert but the second layer is kinda grainy no matter howmuch ever I puree it. Will this be an issue ? Why did it become grainy?

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    1. it is because of paneer. no issues, it will work out when u add mangoes

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  101. So should we use 300ml mango puree for cheese layer and another additional 300ml mango puree for jelly topping..So totally we need 600ml mango puree know? And pls suggest me 300ml mango puree in cup measurements

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    1. 1 cup mango puree measures 240 ml.so use accordingly

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  102. Hey, Thanks a lot for this recipe I am going to try it tonight for my mom's birthday. Could we use butter paper instead of Parchment paper?
    I have used it for Muffins earlier. Also could you please elaborate on how to take the cake out of the tin.
    I will be indebted to you for all my life if I could pull this recipe off for my mother.

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  103. Hi, can I add some hung curd to paneer?

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  104. Hi, can I add some hung curd to paneer?

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