These days many people in the thermomix group of our website, have commented that they have made this cheesecake for the Christmas Eve dinner and that it is really good, so we have not resisted and we bring it to you in case you want to try it this holiday season…
The truth is that it looks incredible and imagining where the recipe comes from and its 3 Michelin stars it has to be good if or if … This recipe has cheese.
The first thing to do is to preheat the oven to 190ºC.
We go on to prepare the base: we put in our thermomix glass the packet of biscuits, any biscuit will do as they are to make the base, from biscuit maria or if you like a hard and robust biscuit base like me, I like digestive biscuit which gives it more consistency, program 15 seconds / speed 7.
We lower with the spatula the remains that are stuck to the sides of our thermomix, add the butter in pieces and that is not very hard and program. 2 minutes / 50ºC / speed 3
Prepare a mould of between 22 and 25 cm and place the biscuits with the butter as a base and press well with the hand so that we have a tight base.
Put the base in the fridge
Move on to the filling: Put the Parmesan cheese in small pieces in the thermomix glass and blend for 20 seconds / speed progressive 8-9-10.
Add the cream cheese, cream, eggs, fresh cheese, sugar and a pinch of salt and program 2 minutes / speed 5.
Add the flour and program 2 minutes / speed 5.
Put the contents in the reserved mould, on top of the biscuits.
Put the cake in the oven at 190ºC for 40-45 minutes (if we like it more liquid we can leave it only 35 minutes, if we like it very curdled 45-50 minutes).
Take it out and wait for it to cool down a little and then put it in the fridge for 4 hours before eating.
Take it out of the oven, wait for it to warm up and keep it in the fridge for at least 4 hours.