Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Layered Oreo Cheesecake

Posted by Quinn at Tuesday, April 08, 2008

I adapted this recipe from Evan 's Kitchen Rambling and made slight modifications to it to suit my own taste. One word, awesome! This just couldn't get any better and definitely is one of the best Oreo Cheesecake recipe that I have had made. Give it a try, seriously.

Bottom layer:
Portion A
165g sweet biscuits crumbs
60g melted butter

The other 3 layers:

250ml whipping cream

Portion B:
250g cream cheese, room temperature
3 tbsp milk
1/3 cup icing sugar

Portion C
1tbsp gelatine powder
10ml lemon juice
3 tbsp boiling water

16 Oreo cookies (cream removed and mixed in to Portion B)
6 Oreo cookies (finely chopped, cream removed and mixed in to Portion B)
1 tbsp Bailey's
50g melted chocolate

1) Mix Portion A well and press it down firmly into an 8'' springfoam pan. Chill for half an hour.
2) Whip whipping cream until it reaches stiff peak.
3) Dissolve Portion C ala Bain-Marie.
4) Beat Portion B till smooth and creamy and then fold in cooled Portion C and mix well.
5) Blend in whipped cream.
6) Save 2 tbsp of the batter and divide the rest of the batter in 2 equal portion.
7) Blend the finely chopped Oreo into one portion and pour it into pan. Chill for 15mins.
8) Blend in the Bailey's into another portion and leave aside to let Bailey's infused.
9) After 15mins, take it out and arrange the 16 Oreo cookies on top.
10) Then, pour the Bailey's-ed batter on top.
11) Mix the saved 2 tbsp batter with the melted chocolate and simply drizzle randomly on cake.
12) Use a toothpick to create marble effect. Cling wrap and chill the cheesecake overnight.
13) Serve!

Note:

Make sure whipping cream and the bowl itself is cold and chilled to ensure stiff peak.

If you do not have a springfoam fan, just use normal round 8'' pan and line it with aluminium foil, followed by a layer of cling film on the inside. If you only line it with aluminium foil, when you take it out to serve, the sides will be crumpled and not pleasant looking.

In this recipe, 2 Oreo cookies = 1 Oreo sandwiched with cream
Bailey's is optional but it enhances the flavour. However, i used rum instead to get a white creamy layer. Bailey's turn the mixture a little brownish. You could also stick to plain vanilla extract.

If you are using an 8'' round pan, it will occupy 8 cookies per layer, hence you get two layers, :)
The one shown in the picture is one layer of cookies only.

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