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Published September 17th 2012
Want to surprise your friends? Let's start with a cheesecake
University mid-term break starts, except busy preparing assignments, of course I need to take a break. Weather was extremely good last week, but I preferred staying at home, took a good rest.

Friend of ours sent us lots of lemon, while I am wondering what should I do to these big juicy lemon. I decided to make a lemon cheesecake for my family. Making cheesecake, in fact, is easier than expected. Although mine this time is not firm enough, my family love it (or they just being nice to me??). Okay, here is the recipe.

No Bake Lemon Cheesecake

250g Digestive Biscuit
175g Melted Butter
500g Softened Cream Cheese
400g Sweetened Condensed milk
300ml thickened cream
4 teaspoons Gelatine, Dissolved in 1/4 cup boiling water (keep it thick)
1/4 cup lemon juice


Digestive Biscuit (Step 1)
Combine butter with biscuit

1. Combine the digestive biscuit with butter, press into the pan that you choose. (Mine is the regular tart pan) . Refrigerate till harden.

Biscuit base
Combined and refrigerated biscuit base

2. Beat cream cheese using an electric mixer until smooth.

3. Beat in condensed milk, cream and gelatine mixture until smooth, Then add in lemon juice and beat until combined.

4. Pour mixture into prepared base and refrigerate 3 hours at least.

Cream Cheese Mixture
Pour the Cream Cheese mixture onto the base

Special Reminders
You can put the biscuit crumb and butter into a cooking pan. Heat them up with small fire. The biscuit base will combine better.
You can cut the cream cheese into small cubes, therefore when you beat them, it will be easier.
Better use a mode that the bottom can be removed as it will be easier to get the cake out after it solidated.

This recipe could be easily adapted to any flavour. Just omit the lemon juice and add in other flavour that you want.

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