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DurianCheeseCake_2"Is this a durian cheesecake? A piece of durian cheesecake in Continental bakery cost RM7++." My brother ask me this question when I pass him a durian crepe cake that I made few weeks ago.

"Do you think durian can match with cheese cake? Not sure how will it tastes." A sentence made by Camus's mom when she ate the durian butter cake that I baked few weeks ago.

With the questions and statements out from them, I have a strong believed that I must bake a durian cheese cake. To satisfy my baking desire and answer them with actual result.

Due to last minutes decision of making this cake, I have no time to look into my own recipe book, hence I search the recipe from internet. I got it from Kitchen Corner, I have a confident that the recipe I get from this blogger will work well after read through her blog for quite sometimes. She is from Singapore and I found her blog during I surf for baking blog. Thanks Grace for the recipe.

Ingredients:
For the base:
200g digestive biscuits
100g butter, melted

For the filling:
500g cream cheese
80g caster sugar
220g durian flesh
3 eggs (medium size, total about 160g)
90ml milk
1 tbsp + 1/4 tsp cornstarch

Method:
For the base:
1.Stir all ingredients until combined.
2.Press mixture into base. Set aside.

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For the filling:
1.Beat cream cheese, sugar until smooth.
2.Beat in durian.
3.Beat in eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition.
4.Beat in milk and cornstarch until blended.
5.Steam baked at 150C for 30 minutes (I used smaller cake pan) or until light brown.
6.Remove from the heat and leave to cool completely. Chill in fridge for 5 hours or overnight.

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I would say that the durian cheesecake tasted superb with creamy and smooth texture. I would strongly recommend this recipe to all of you.

But due to I do not blend the durian, it effected the texture. I would suggest to blend the durian first if you prefer a very smooth texture of cake.

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#19 MnY - Yong SH 2013-09-02 13:02
Hi Joceryn, I use full cream milk in box. :-)
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#18 joceryn 2013-09-01 17:35
Hi, I would like to ask what kind of milk u use ? S it just like HL milk or the tin milk? Tq!
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#17 joceryn 2013-09-01 17:34
Hi, I would like to ask what kind of milk u use ? S it just like HL milk or the tin milk? Tq!
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#16 joceryn 2013-09-01 17:34
Hi, I would like to ask what kind of milk u use ? S it just like HL milk or the tin milk? Tq!
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#15 Maybel 2012-11-26 14:31
Sure will let you know :-) .... I am baking it tonite (just got my free time tonite) and I am using a 7" cake mould and I am using around 300gm durian. Hope the outcome is as u say :-).
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#14 MnY - Yong SH 2012-11-18 21:27
Hi Maybel, I am sorry for late reply, I just free to online and saw your comment. My cake tin is about 5" diameter only...if you do 7", your cake will be very thin. Pls update me after you try your own. It is very delicious cheese cake. :kiss:
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#13 Maybel 2012-11-16 10:08
Oooo.. It look Delicious... Gonna try it this weekend if got time :-). Wanna clarify with you that the above ingredient quantity is enough for 2 7" cake? will let you know the outcome later :-)
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#12 Maybel 2012-11-16 10:07
Oooo.. It look Delicious... Gonna try it this weekend if got time :-). Wanna clarify with you that the above ingredient quantity is enough for 2 7" cake? will let you know the outcome later :-)
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#11 Maybel 2012-11-16 10:03
Oooo.. It look Delicious... Gonna try it this weekend if got time :-). Wanna clarify with you that the above ingredient quantity is enough for 2 7" cake? will let you know the outcome later :-)
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#10 MnY 2012-06-20 13:07
.Quoting Clarence:
my texture turns out to be quite watery and soft instead of thick and solid, i think it could be due to the eggs that makes it very watery.

I notice that when i add in the eggs one by one, the batter turns very watery. :sad:


Hi Clarence, If you have added in more durian, the moisture of the cake also become higher. Even worse, if the durian is watery. Try to bake slightly longer to remove the extra moisture
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