SEMOLINA CARAMEL CHEESECAKE


When milk is about to curdle , things like this

are created.

Though curdled milk appears to be spoilage,it

can be transformed into delicious food,sweets

and cake . This curdled milk is nothing but

homemade cream cheese( paneer).Today’s

recipe is my quick bake for tea. A quick mix in

the jar,and a roast of semolina with butter .

Only 2 steps and your there to a lovely soft

cake . I made a caramel syrup for the base .The

syrup is absorbed while baking , but still gives

a lovely colour and taste when turned out.

If you are a person with an aggressive sweet

tooth ,you could add some caramel syrup while

serving !

Worth trying !

INGREDIENTS

Cream cheese made from 1/2 litre milk*

2 eggs

3/4 cup rawa/semolina

25 gm butter

3/4 cup sugar

2 tblsp curd

1/4 cup milk

1/2 tsp vanilla essence

1/4 tsp grated nutmeg

For the base caramel syrup

2 -3 tblsp sugar

1/4 cup water

2-3 drops lime juice

Heat the sugar with 1 tsp water .When it

turns brown add the rest of the water and

heat till sugar is well dissolved . Add lime

juice and remove from fire.

METHOD

First heat the butter in a pan,add the roasted

semolina and mix well. Switch off flame and

add 1 tsp baking powder and mix .

Cover and set aside .

Add cream cheese sugar into a mixer, and run

the mixer for 2 minutes.

Next add the rest of the ingredients and mix for

another 2 minutes. Add this mixture to the

semolina and mix without lumps.

Transfer to a greased baking tray and bake at

170C for 30-35 minutes .

*Homemade cream cheese

1/2 litre milk

1-2 tbsp lime juice / vinegar

Heat the milk. When it is nearing boiling

point,add half of the lime juice .Once you see

the whey separating ,add the rest of the juice

and boil for another 2 minutes,and remove

from fire .

Strain over a muslin cloth or kitchen towel.

Keep a weight over the cloth to drain water

fully .

You can make this and keep in the fridge

beforehand .

You can make savoury dishes too.

To get best results use full cream milk

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