“Baking” a cheesecake in the frying pan!

Yes its finally another cooking post! Since my last cooking post, i got a lot of questions/ideas/comments/requests for more recipes! One of the most common comment i got was that a lot of you did not have ovens nor did you have rice cookers. Actually a lot of you said you did have rice cookers at home but you were not allowed/able to use them.

So today, i’l teach you how to bake a cheesecake* in the frying pan! So hopefully you have a frying pan at home!
*note the recipe i adapted called it Gateau Fromage
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What you will need

Ingredients
2 egg yolks and 1 egg white [so 1 egg and 1 more yolk]
1 big tablespoon flour
250g cream cheese
25g unsalted butter
60ml cream
60g sugar

Note: make sure you have your eggs at room temperature
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dont throw the excess egg white out! freeze it for making something else!!

Step 1: Mix softened butter and cream cheese together
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2. Beat in the sugar till foamy
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3. Fold in the cream and beaten eggs
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4. Add the flour
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5. Line a frying pan with baking paper
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I used one about 20cm in diameter.

6. Pour the mixture and cook it over low heat for 15mins
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The top will bubble slightly, be certain not to burn the bottom of your cake!!!
Turn fire off and let cake sit for 20mins

7. The cake is fairly solid but soft in the middle, put the cake in the fridge to set completely
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8. It should be fully set in 30mins!
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ENJOY!!!!
The recipe is easy and foolproof. If you try it, please let me know how you go ^^

During my trip to Australia,  i rediscovered my love for slices!!! There are hardly any slices to buy in Japan whereas they are everywhere in Australia.
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My mother in law shared a few recipes with me, so will experiment and hope to be able to share a recipe or two with you guys soon!!

In other news, Circle K [Convenience store] has a super junior [korean boy group] promotion at the moment!
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See Website here http://www.circleksunkus.jp/cs/campaign/korea/index.html
I tried going to one yesterday but many things were sold out! I’ll try to go to another one tomorrow. Will do a full blog post and maybe a mini giveaway once i get some items!

Thanks to everyone for their kind wishes in the last blog post too!
i am feeling a lot better and hope to be 100% soon!!
Hope everyone keeps well
XOXO Yumeko

p.s a few of you asked in my last post if i had an email address where you could contact me. sadly due to some issues with giving out my email before, i no longer give it out. However if u leave a comment on the FAQ page [the comment is hidden to other readers] i will make sure to reply it and it should be emailed to you if u have left your email address in it. Else look for me on twitter! i reply to anyone/everyone that tweets me on twitter ^^ . My twitter is yumeko55. I will add you back if we chat regularly ^^

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62 Responses to “Baking” a cheesecake in the frying pan!

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      i’ll try to come up with funnier titles for u ahahaha

      maybe more baking in the frying pan?

  4. Diane says:

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      not yet XD but my friend has tried it with dried fruit in it and she says it works well. I think you can do a marble cheesecake too [with chocolate] but i dont eat chocolate so i havent tried this XD

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      hmm i have to say this is like a cross between the two XD its not tat fluffy nor is it that dense XD

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      good question!! i think i would sieve it with the flour then put the mixture in
      this is because green tea powder tends to clump a bit and i think sifting it with the flour would distribute it a bit better?

      thank you for checking out my blog!!!! i really appreciate it
      hope to see u more

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      i think the one cooked in the oven would be more “cooked” through, less creamy
      u could try cooking it in a waterbath in the oven, might be a similar result ^^

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      hiya! oh yes i used plain flour! anyway its just 1 big tablespoon so i dont think it will matter too much ^^
      good luck!!!

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      i havent worked out how to incoporate the crumbs yet…cos if its on the bottom, i dont know if it will cook the cheesecake properly
      will think and try and let u know ^^

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      YAY! i am glad u tried it and like it!
      i hope you come back and visit again

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      HEY! how are u? i just got back last wk from australia, got tons to catch up
      hope u are well

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    • Bittenbefore says:

      yup u definetely can
      u can add lemon zest too if u want ^^

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        • Bittenbefore says:

          just normal fridge compartment ^^
          i didnt cover my cake cos my fridge is emptish at the moment but i think u should if u have many strong smelling foods in the fridge. Cos it might affect the taste/smell of the cake.

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      OMG where have u beeeeeeeen
      havent seen u on twitter at all XD but i have been away for a few weeks, hope i see u more

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