Sep 25, 2015

No Bake Nutella Cheesecake Recipe


This is one of the recipe which i wanted to try for quite a long time. Finally i made it few days back and it was a super hit. It is made with my favourite thing in the world nutella..Now you know that this is going to taste fantastic..

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This is a pretty easy to make cheesecake. You just need a handful of ingredients to make this. The more cool thing is you dont need cream cheese to make this cheesecake. So you can easily call this recipe as cheesecake without creamcheese..I used hung curd to make this, i took some thick yogurt and poured in some cheesecloth lined over a sieve and put it in fridge and let it drip overnight, the next day i got the beautiful thick hung yogurt which can be easily substituted for cream cheese.


This cheesecake is so creamy and has crunchy bits of nuts all over the top... This has a buttery biscuit as the base and a luscious creamy filling. Really yummy. Hope you will try this out and let me know how it turns out for you..


Preparation Time : 15 mins
Chilling Time : Overnight
Serves: 6 to 8
Recipe Source: Nigella Lawson

Ingredients:

Cream Cheese - 2 cup ( I used hung curd)
Nutella - 2 cup
Icing Sugar - 1/4 cup
Digestive Biscuits - 250 grams ( I used milk bikis)
Unsalted Butter - 75 grams melted
Cashews or any Nuts - 1/2 cup chopped finely

Method:

Crush biscuits in a blender or in a ziploc bag using a rolling pin. Take it in a bowl. Add in melted butter and mix well.

Spoon this in the base of a 23 cm round cake pan. Spread it evenly and chill this in freezer till you make the filling.

Now take hung curd, icing sugar in a bowl and whisk well. Add in nutella and mix well.

Spoon this over the biscuit base and chill overnight in fridge,

Top this with chopped cashews and unmould. Slice and serve.

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Pictorial:
I poured some yogurt over a sieve which is lined with
cheesecloth and put that in fridge overnight. Now hung
 curd is done..Check this post for detailed post

I used a removable bottom cake pan..If you dont have this, use normal cake pan and line it with plastic wrap

Now for the base

start by melting butter

set aside

take biscuits in a blender

crush them roughly

put that in a bowl

pour over melted butter

give a good mix



spoon that into the pan

press with a spatula

press evenly

now it is all evenly lined




chill it in fridge or freezer till you make the filling
you just need three ingredients

measure your nutella

take hung curd in a bowl

add in icing sugar

use a whisk

whip till mixed



add in nutella

mix gently

now it is almost combined

all mixed well

Now switch to a spatula..now the whisk is cooks treat, lick it up

use the spatula to give a final mix

take your base from fridge

spoon the nutella mix into this



spread it evenly

all done

chill this in fridge overnight

this is how it looks..all set

unmould

actually before unmoulding, top with chopped nuts

to chop nuts, take it in a blender and crush them roughly

top with nuts

slice and serve

10 comments:

  1. Hi can v used normal powdered sugar

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  2. Can you tell me how much Nutella was needed for 2 cups?what size bottle of N would I need to buy?just trying to get an idea.

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  3. Do we need to use 2 cups of hung curd or we need to hang 2 cups of yogurt and use whatever remains after water drips off?

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  4. Can we use marie biscuit instead of milk bikis, if so how much should I use

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  5. AArthi. I don't ve the mould can I make it in regular lunch wala thali.

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