I still can’t believe its December….Ke Desemba Boss!!… This year went by so fast….
In any case, December means weddings, imigidi (initiation celebrations) and unfortunately imingcwabo (funerals). I always look forward to gate crashing all of them and I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels like that.
While some of us are looking forward to inviting ourselves at other people’s events, some are looking for recipes to prepare at these social gatherings and to entertain. I came across this delectable Amarula Cheesecake recipe. I’m such a big fan of Amarula if I could I would add it on anything and everything. Hope you enjoy!
Amarula Cheesecake Recipe
250 g melted butter
1 packet tennis biscuits
625 g cream cheese
225 g castor sugar
22 g corn flour
6 egg yolks
1 tsp vanilla extract
200 ml Amarula
70 ml cream
50 ml Amarula
240 g white chocolate
Fresh strawberries or maraschino cherries, mint leaves and freshly whipped cream for garnishing
- Preheat the oven to 200C۫.
- Using a food processor, crumble the tennis biscuits and while doing so, pour in the melted butter.
- Combine well. Then, using your hands, press the biscuit crust into the base of a spring form cake tin. Place in the fridge to set hard.
- Filling: Beat the cream cheese until light and fluffy, and while beating continuously, add the sugar and then the flour.
- Mix in the vanilla extract, the eggs and the Amarula. Pour the mixture into the prepared cake tin and bake in the preheated oven for five minutes, then reduce the temperature to 100?C and bake for one hour. Allow to cool in the oven before taking it out.
- Topping: Bring the Amarula and cream to the boil, lower the heat and add the white chocolate.
- Mix together until smooth and then pour it over the cake. Garnish with fresh strawberries or maraschino cherries, mint leaves and freshly whipped cream.
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