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Chocolate and Kiwi Fruit Cheesecake with Thermomix



Have you ever tried a chocolate and kiwi fruit cheesecake? I can assure you this is a very fresh recipe in summer but that can be adapted for every season, because you can find kiwi fruit in anytime.

In addition to the kiwi fruit, the whipping cream and the soft cheese, there is also chocolate in this recipe, that enriches the cheesecake base and its topping.

As its name says, the cheesecake is a typical American dish that has been recently brought to our cuisine successfully in both its versions, baked and not baked. The first version is perfect for breakfast and tea time while the second one is a very fresh dessert to offer especially in summer.

The advantage of this dessert is that it doesn't need to be cooked in the oven. So you may prepare it whether when it's too hot you don't want to turn on the oven or in those situations you don't have an oven at your disposal, such as in a summer holidays house etc. but where I hope you would have brought your inseparable Thermomix! ;-)

The recipe has been created by Marianna Napoli from Cammarata.

If you want to try other cheesecakes in addition to those that your creation suggests you, you may try the Wild Berry Cheese Cake and the Philadelphia Lemon Cheesecake.


Ingredients


For the Cheesecake
- 300 g Chocolate Dry Biscuits
- 80 g Margarine or Butter
- 200 g Soft Cheese
- 70 g Sugar
- 300 g Fresh Whipping Cream
- 5 Gelatine Sheets (12 g)


For the Kiwi Fruit topping
- 2 Kiwi Fruits
- Lemon Juice (as needed)
- 20 g Sugar
- 2 Gelatine Sheets
- Chocolate Drops to taste
- Kiwi fruit slices to taste


How to prepare the Chocolate and Kiwi Fruit Cheesecake


Put the biscuits in the bowl and grind. 10 Sec. Speed 7 + Turbo (if needed) .

Add margarine. 3 Min. 80° Speed 3.

Pour this mixture in a spring-form pan of 16 cm diameter and help yourself with a spoon to create an uniform depth.

Put in the fridge and let solidify. In the meantime prepare the second layer.

Grind sugar. 10 Sec. Speed 8. Put aside.

Insert the butterfly tool and whip 250 g of cream. 3 Min. Speed 4.
Put aside.

Warm up the rest of the whipping cream. 4 Min. 80°C speed 2.

Add these gelatine sheets to the hot cream and mix. 1 Min. Speed 2.

Let cool and then add the soft cheese and the icing sugar. 1 Min. Speed 3.

Add the whipped cream. 1 Min. Speed 2.

Pour this mixture on the biscuits base and put it all in the fridge.

Prepare the kiwi fruit topping.

Put the kiwi fruits in the mixing bowl without the peel, cut into pieces. 10 Sec. Speed 7.

Add lemon juice and sugar. 7 Min 80°C Speed 3.

In the meantime, leave the gelatine sheets to soak in cold water and then squeeze them.

Add the gelatine sheets and mix. 1 Min. 80°C Speed 3.

Let cool very well this topping and then pour it on the cheesecake.

Dress with kiwi fruit slices and chocolate drops.


Marianna's Advice


To better serve the cake, you might cover your spring-form pan with a disc of greaseproof paper.

Keep your cake refrigerated for a whole night...the result will be even better!


Translated from the Italian recipe:
Cheese Cake Cioccolato e Kiwi col Bimby


Photocredit: phunkstarr








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