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Lemon Cheescake

March 27, 2009
This one is a vegetarian dish (not vegan)…

150g speculoos biscuits

50g melted butter

250g mascarpone

250g cream cheese

2 lemons: zest and juice

50g caster sugar (more if you don’t like it tart)

2 tsps agar agar powder dissolved in 100mls boiling water (if you used boiling water from a kettle you will need to bring the mixture back to the boil – stick it in the microwave for 30secs).

Crush biscuits, mix with melted butter. Put into a loose bottomed flan tin* and chill.

lemon cheesecake from 3placedesarbres. vegetarian B&BBeat the mascarpone, cream cheese and sugar together until there are no lumps. Add lemon juice and zest then cooled agar agar mix. Combine all ingredients, put onto biscuit base and chill for about an hour.

* or you can make individual ones like the one pictured (will make at least 6)

Humpbuckle Hint:

top with some lovely, tart, fresh fruit like slices of kiwi fruit, French of course, in season. Or strawberries or raspberries… or whatever you fancy

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Lucy Heber-Hall permalink
    March 29, 2009 12:34 pm

    Having been invited to eat ‘ chez Andrea et Bruce ‘ last night I would like to shout out to the world that I ate that very cheesecake in the above photo and my goodness, what a delight! With just the right amount of sweet, tart and fruitiness, who could want more???
    I highly recommend trying this recipe out and what a perfect way to end a spring or summer evening in La Creuse!!

    • Humpbuckle permalink
      April 8, 2009 5:21 pm

      ahh bless you Lucy, thank you. x

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