This rich, dense cheesecake is a classic New York-style treat. It’s a simple recipe that’s easy to make and doesn’t require a waterbath. Plus, it only takes one hour and forty minutes to prepare – a total of thirty minutes’ prep time, an hour and ten minutes’ baketime and a twelve-hour wait in the fridge.
Q: What makes this Chef’s recipe special?
A: This recipe sets itself apart with its simplicity and lack of a waterbath. Additionally, it’s only a one hour and forty-minute recipe – just thirty minutes’ prep time, an hour and ten minutes’ baking time and a twelve-hour wait in the refrigerator. With this classic New York-style cheesecake, you can have a creamy, dense and rich dessert in a short time.
Q: How will I know when the cheesecake is done baking?
A: The best way to tell if your cake is done baking is to check the edges. If it’s golden brown, it’s most likely done. Additionally, the side should be set and the center should still be slightly wobbly.
Q: What are the key ingredients of this New York Cheesecake recipe?
A: The main ingredients required for this recipe are graham cracker, biscuit or vanilla wafer crumbs, sugar, unsalted butter, full-fat cream cheese, cornstarch, eggs, cream, pure vanilla extract, and the zest of one small lemon.