Updated: November 06, 2018
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Japanese Cheesecake Recipe! This Is What Dreams Are Made Of!

Japanese cheesecakes are fluffy and light, they are a heavenly treat, but unfortunately, there are very hard to find outside of Japan! If you want to impress your guests with your awesome baking skills, give this lovely cake a go!

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Japanese Cheesecake!

Japanese cheesecakes are also called cheesecake soufflé because they are so incredibly fluffy and light. A lot of times they are made with lemon zest and apricot jam, which gives just the right amount of tanginess to go with the sweetness of the cake. It is heavenly and hard to stop at one slice!

Japanese Cheesecake Recipe!

-7 tablespoons of butter
-4 ounces of cream cheese
-1/2 cup of milk
-8 eggs, separated.
-1/4 cup of flour
-1/4 cup of cornstarch
-2/3 cup of sugar

1. Melt the butter and cream cheese in a pan and add the milk. Set aside.
2. Mix the egg yolks until they are lighter in color.
3. Slowly add the cream cheese mixture. Add it slowly in order not to cook the egg yolk.
4.Sieve the flour and cornstarch and mix with a whisk.
5. Beat the egg whites until they increase in size, then add the sugar slowly and continue beating the eggs whites until they are fluffy and they form peaks when you pull the whisk.
6.Fold the egg whites to the previous mixture.
7. Pour the mixture in an 8 inch round tin. Cover the bottom and edges with parchment paper. The parchment paper should go over the edges since it will increase in size and will the need the support of the paper.
8. Put the tin in a bigger tin and pour boiling water in the bigger tin. This will make a kind of bain-marie.
9. Bake for 25 minutes at 160 degrees Celsius or 320 degrees Fahrenheit.
10. Remove it from the tin and let it cool at room temperature.


Japanese cheesecakes are just the right texture and just the right balance of sweet and tangy. Have it with a nice hot cup of coffee, and you'll forget all your worries for an instant!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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