Easiest Way to Make Tasty Kaesekuchen – German Cheesecake

Kaesekuchen – German Cheesecake. Please watch my other videos – and subscribe my channel. My producer Olli and I both were surprised of the greatness of this particular recipe. This German Käsekuchen (German Cheesecake) is made with Quark cheese (homemade or store bought) and has a hint of lemon.

The base is often made from a shortcrust pastry or yeast dough. Cheesecake in German is called "Käsekuchen" which is. This German Cheesecake (AKA Käsekuchen) could not get more authentic! You can have Kaesekuchen – German Cheesecake using 18 ingredients and 23 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Kaesekuchen – German Cheesecake

  1. It’s of The crust.
  2. You need 1 1/2 cup of Flour.
  3. You need 1 tsp of Baking Powder.
  4. It’s pinch of salt.
  5. You need 1 tsp of Vanilla Sugar.
  6. It’s 1 of Egg, beaten.
  7. Prepare 1/4 cup of Granulated Sugar.
  8. It’s 7 tbsp of Softened Butter.
  9. You need of The filling.
  10. You need 3 of Egg Yolks.
  11. You need 3/4 cup of Granulated Sugar.
  12. It’s 1 tsp of Vanilla Sugar.
  13. You need 7 tbsp of Softened Butter.
  14. It’s 6 oz of Heavy Cream.
  15. You need 17 oz of Quark.
  16. You need 1 1/2 tbsp of Corn Starch.
  17. You need 3 of Egg Whites.
  18. You need pinch of Salt.

Light, airy and fluffy due to a German cheese and separating the eggs before baking, this cake is different than American. This German cheesecake is a bit lighter than its American cousin. The filling is made with low-fat quark instead of cream cheese and egg foam is folded into the. I got this recipe from DianasDesserts.com.

Kaesekuchen – German Cheesecake step by step

  1. For the Crust.
  2. Mix flour, baking powder, salt, vanilla sugar, and sugar in at least a 3 qt bowl..
  3. Rub in softened butter and knead to a smooth consistency with eggs..
  4. Place dough in plastic bag in refrigerator for an hour..
  5. Preheat oven to 300°F.
  6. Roll out dough on a well floured work surface..
  7. Form it into a ball again, and roll it out a second time..
  8. Place dough in bottom of 9 or 9 1/2 in springform pan. Pressing it up the sides near the top..
  9. For the Filling.
  10. Beat the egg yolks with the sugar and vanilla sugar until pale and foamy..
  11. Add the softened butter and beat well..
  12. Add heavy cream and beat again..
  13. Add quark and stir until the mixture is smooth and thoroughly combined..
  14. In a separate large bowl, mix the egg whites with the salt until very stiff..
  15. Very gently fold in the quark mixture with the egg whites while adding in sifted corn starch at the same time..
  16. Mix well and smooth..
  17. Pour the filling into the crust shell and gently wobble the pan back and forth until surface is smooth..
  18. Trim the dough leaving about 1 inch..
  19. Bake in preheated 300°F oven for 50-60 minutes until well risen and golden..
  20. Turn oven off and let cheesecake rest in oven for 15 minutes..
  21. Remove from oven. Cool for an hour at room temperature..
  22. Refrigerate for several hours before releasing the sides of pan and serving..
  23. Enjoy!!.

It is a lovely Cheesecake that is lighter and tangier then an American. Known as Käsekuchen in German (literally cheese + cake), this German-style cheesecake – made from quark – is the perfect dessert for any occasion. This recipe for authentic and traditional German cheesecake or kaesekuchen is made with sweetened quark cheese baked in a not-too-sweet cookie crust. Herr Berg auf der Hütte Schaut 'rüber zum Stall. Da steht eine Kuh, Die ruft ins Tal.

Anya Gerry

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