Dulce de Leche Cheesecake

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This recipe is inspired by Reeni and Moon-sweet Kitchen Cat@Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice and DULCE DE LECHE "San Ignacio" CHEESECAKE (The easy way)

Dulce de Leche, differing from caramel, which is made with sugar, corn syrup, milk or cream, and butter, is simply sweetened condensed milk boiled down to a thickened sauce. It is especially popular in South American countries.

CrustFilling
  • 150 g Almond cookies, crumbed
  • 100 g Butter, melted
  • Pinch of salt
  1. Toss the cookie crumbs into the melted butter in a mixing bowl. Reserve 1 tablespoon of the mixture for the topping. Press the rest of the mixture onto the bottom and up 3cm high of a greased 24cm spring form pan. Chill until it’s ready for use.
  2. Using electric mixer beat balance cream cheese and sugar in a large mixing bowl until smooth. Add yogurt and eggs, beating until just blended. Stir in cornstarch, dulce de leche, lemon juice and zest until blended.
  3. Pour the mixture into the crust and sprinkle the top with reserved cookie crumbs. Steamed bake the cheesecake at 165C/330F for 65 minutes until almost set. Turn oven off. Leave the cake with the oven door ajar for 1 hour. Cool completely and chill at least 4 hours or overnight until firm.
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48 comments:

Chow and Chatter 22/11/09 15:07

oh wow great job her blog is great isn't it lol

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Dajana 22/11/09 15:24

I'd feel so much better if I could have a piece of this, it's wonderful.

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Priya 22/11/09 15:32

Woww wat a gorgeous cheesecake, looks tremendous!!

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Cookin' Canuck 22/11/09 15:51

That is a beautiful cheesecake! I love combination of the almond crust an dulce de leche filling.

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Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ 22/11/09 16:05

You are so sweet! Moon sends his thank-you kitty hugs and kisses. How scrumptious! I love it with the almond crust. Thanks, Angie!

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Ivy 22/11/09 16:08

Your cake looks gorgeous. Dulce de leche cheesecake is one of the best.

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wenn 22/11/09 16:20

i love cheese cake..delicious..

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The Little Teochew 22/11/09 16:27

I still don't have the courage to make dulce de leche, so I can only drool over your cake :( Great shots, Angie! Really very nice ... lighting is perfect! Love the 1st and last ones :)

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Heavenly Housewife 22/11/09 16:35

Ooooh, luscious! Whoever got to eat this was super lucky :D!

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♥peachkins♥ 22/11/09 16:36

This is the best cheesecake ever! dulce de leche!

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Anncoo 22/11/09 16:53

I love cheesecakes and this is so perfect.

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Chef E 22/11/09 17:01

Oh I have been wondering who was going to make something like this! Hubby loves his cheese cake (me I prefer chocolate, or carrot), and I should surprise him with this for the upcoming hoidays...this rocks!

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nora@ffr 22/11/09 18:12

rili tempting angie!! keep it up!!! cute moon!! hehe

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Food For Tots 22/11/09 18:15

Who can resist this cake? Not me. The cake looks so mouth-watering and the photo is beautifully captured too!

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Gulmohar 22/11/09 20:28

Tremendous..Can I have that slice, Angie?...:D

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Vrinda 22/11/09 21:01

Wat a tempting cheesecake,liked the crust with almond cookies,sounds gr8

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Jennie 22/11/09 21:56

Angie, You are the best! This sounds like the best cheesecake EVER!!

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Angie's Recipes 22/11/09 22:24

Thanks a lot for all of you taking time to read and response! :-))

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Saju Sharfu 22/11/09 22:35

wow..its so tempting..and such a beautiful pic..really want to sneak a bite!!

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shahana 22/11/09 23:39

this cheese cake is tooo tempting!!!

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Lavanya Siva 23/11/09 00:53

Wow.........delicious cheese cake........So yummy, and great click yaar.

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Donna-FFW 23/11/09 01:07

This looks beyond wonderful.. I would love a slice of it.

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Velva 23/11/09 02:20

Angie, this cheesecake is over the top. I love it! Cheesecake is so satisfying when you need a good dessert.

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doggybloggy 23/11/09 02:27

excellent! this looks perfect!

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Sarah Naveen 23/11/09 03:03

oh wow!! that looks terrific...
Wanna grab one piece now..
yummy!!!!

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Sarah 23/11/09 03:44

Oh, my sounds heavenly!!! Cheesecake is definately my weakness!

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Ellie 23/11/09 03:50

I am drooling by looking at the title! Another wonderful creation!

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Tina 23/11/09 05:57

Looks great and awesome.

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My Little Space 23/11/09 07:56

I also love Reeni's blog. She always posted lovely & delicious recipes like you do!

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my kitchen 23/11/09 11:06

Tremendous cheese cake,I loves to eat

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Happy cook 23/11/09 13:50

Wow give me a huge slice please, looks so creamy delicous.

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Palidor 23/11/09 15:19

That look delicious and very dangerous! ;-)

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tracieMoo 23/11/09 16:11

Yum! they look lovely, Angie!

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carmenpiva 23/11/09 16:28

It looks really nice and delicious! I wouldn't have thought of using dulce de leche in a cheesecake. Great!
xxxx

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5 Star Foodie 23/11/09 16:42

Yum! Sounds totally scrumptious!

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A Full-Timed Housefly 23/11/09 17:00

Wow , we love cheese cake and I think this is a perfect cake for our teatime , looks so beautiful !

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Dodol & Mochi 23/11/09 18:02

Thanks for sharing the recipe! Keep up with the good work! =)

Pei-Lin

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Nat 23/11/09 18:45

Can't go wrong with Reeni's recipes...but also you are so talented you can never fail either : ) ..this looks gorgeous Angie...

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munchcrunchandsuch 23/11/09 19:26

I am only tired of saying u r the bst baker I have seen.that cake is out of the world.

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Selba 24/11/09 01:10

Look at the wonderful cheesecake! I might can finish the whole of it! :)

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Ingrid 24/11/09 04:03

I just made a no-bake cheesecake yesterday and while good does NOT compare to yours! Love the use of almond cookies instead of the normal graham crackers.
~ingrid

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zurin 24/11/09 14:09

Gosh I really wanted to comment on this post but my comp was so SLOW. anyway that cake looks ssooo creamy. I can imagine the Dulce de leche in there. it must have been sensational! fantastic fotos too Angie!

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pigpigscorner 24/11/09 22:45

I want the whole cake!! Great idea using dulce de leche..

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The Duo Dishes 25/11/09 00:36

Just make a big batch of the filling. It's guaranteed people will want to swim in it! Sounds delish.

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Katy ~ 28/11/09 12:08

I think the use of almond cookies in this is just brilliant. I'm not a huge fan of the graham cracker crusts usually associated with cheesecake. This recipe sounds divine!

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Art and Appetite 30/11/09 13:33

Oh my goooodieness! What is better than this? This sounds like the best combination for a cheesecake! Ahh, I'm sooo fantasizing about this.

Thanks Angie!

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