Blueberry Cheesecake and a thank-you note

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I'm grateful for all the support, encouragement, awards I have been blessed, from YOU---my dear friends!

Award from RebeccaAward from Dajana and ShubhaAward from NathAward from Esther
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Blueberries are literally loading with nutrients and flavor, yet very low in calories. Rinse, pat them dry gently with kitchen paper before use. I am sending this to Blueberry - Blogger Secret Ingredient hosted by Reeni

#Sweet Shortcrust Pastry:#Filling:#Topping:
  • 125 g Fresh Blueberries
  • 180 g Sugar
  • Juice of half fresh lemon
  • 600 g Cream cheese, regular
  • 1 cup <Sour creamangiesrecipes
  • 2 Eggs
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Make the pastry by mixing all the ingredients into a dough. Press the dough firmly against the bottom of a 26-cm springform baking pan. Prick the bottom dough all over with a forkangiesrecipesPrebake the dough for 12 minutes. Remove and let cool. Adjust the oven to 160C/320F. Set a deep baking tray half filled with hot water top with a wire rack on the bottom of the oven.

  2. In a saucepan cook blueberries, 50 grams of sugar, and lemon juice over the low heat until syrupy. Set aside to cool. Beat the cream cheese, sour cream and the rest of the sugar until smooth. Add in syrupy blueberries and eggs.
  3. Pour the filling into the prebaked pastry and bake for 65 minutes. Turn off the oven and let the cheesecake cool down inside of the now turned off oven. Cool the cheesecake completely and chill overnight. Combine all the ingredients for the topping in a saucepan and cook until thick over medium heat. Let cool and pour over the cheesecake. If desired, decorate the edge with chantilly cream.
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25 comments:

Reeni♥ 27/6/09 14:59

This looks rich and decadent, Angie! A heavenly blueberry treat! I wish you could send me a slice! Thanks so much for entering it in BSI!

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Dajana 27/6/09 16:28

Another great blueberry recipe. I love that runny topping, I'd be licking it all over.

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girlichef 27/6/09 17:40

This looks scrumptious! I want a big bite!

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Chef E 27/6/09 18:24

Oh I can safely say that hubby would want this for breakfast, as he is a big fan of blueberries...have you seen girlie chefs Blueria post today? I could see these too being a big hit at a summer pool party!!! Wonder if you have ever fried a piece of cheese cake before?

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Sweta 27/6/09 18:27

I could eat that in one go ;)
All the best with the challenge!!

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nora@ffr 27/6/09 19:41

cheese cake is one of my fav. specially with blueberry.. ymm yummm!! just perfect for the summer. wish i get a bite from this delish cake ;)

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KennyT 27/6/09 19:55

Angie每次做的食物都很漂亮喔

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Angie's Recipes 27/6/09 20:18

Thank you!
Chef E, a fried cheesecake? Haven't tried yet...how? covered with batter?

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Katy ~ 27/6/09 22:55

Angie, this is just picture perfect! Oh my gosh does it look DIVINE!

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munchcrunchandsuch 28/6/09 00:21

I love cakes..it looks delicious.i wud love to indulge myself without any guilt of gaining weight..I will try it out sometime.

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♥peachkins♥ 28/6/09 01:23

love your photos!♥ It looks really elegant and sumptuous!

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burpandslurp 28/6/09 06:02

That looks utterly LUSCIOUS! And congrats on your well-deserved awards, my dear Angie~

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My Asian Kitchen 28/6/09 06:52

lovely cake especially fruits on the top!!

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Donna-FFW 28/6/09 12:14

This looks absolutely delicious. Love blueberries and cheesecake.. winner in my book!

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doggybloggy 28/6/09 13:32

the color is so beautiful - light and rich I am sure...great cheesecake!

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Parita 28/6/09 13:41

Cheesecake looks divine!

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5 Star Foodie 28/6/09 14:39

Blueberry cheesecake looks excellent, what a decadent creation!

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Ann 29/6/09 16:06

Oh My! this looks fab!lovely recipe

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lisaiscooking 29/6/09 19:16

Beautiful cheesecake! Sounds delicious with blueberries in the filling and as a sauce!

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Ivy 1/7/09 14:14

I am jealous of the blueberries as we can't get them in Greece. Yum, combined with cheesecake ... a perfect decadence!

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althetrainer 6/7/09 05:10

Wow that's one gorgeous piece! Can't make it because I would eat the whole thing all by myself. :-p

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Sophie 7/7/09 10:03

MMMMM,....what a feast for the eyes! This cheesecake tarte looks fabulous!!

Congrats on your awards!

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A Full-Timed Housefly 7/11/09 08:13

Angie , I like to find out more about the flour for crust you used , can we use any other flour like self-raising flour instead ? I'm asking this on behalf of Racheal , my girl. Thanks !

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Angie's Recipes 7/11/09 13:19

@A Full-Timed Housefly&Racheal: The German #405 wheat flour here can be substitued with AP flour with 10-11% protein content. German #405 is a household flour, which I use very often to bake cakes and sweet bread.

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A Full-Timed Housefly 11/11/09 13:55

hahaha Angie but what is AP flour ? Sorry as we completely have no experience with baking :D

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