Cheesecake of Champions. Deds to cookingcomically.com Favorite if you enjoyed this!.. if you made a graphic cook novel i'd buy it. well illegally download it , anyway Cheesecake of Champions Deds to cookingcomically com Favorite if you enjoyed this! made a graphic cook novel i'd buy it well illegally download anyway
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User avatar #25 - niggerstolemybike
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if you made a graphic cook novel i'd buy it. well illegally download it , anyway
#15 - asrial
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(01/17/2012) [-]
*sigh* This again?! Before it was the chili, now the cheesecake!

First up, pie crust is stupidly easy to make! Take some biscuits/crackers, smash them up finely, mix with butter, and place in a springform. DONE

Secondly, nutella is also a walk in the park to make! Equal parts nougat and chocolate, same quantity and then some of good, fat cream. Add some butter and vanilla, heat untill everything is dissolved into the cream, and then put into a container. Use when needed.

Apply it in a thin line with an "S"-motion, and then score a knife through the nutella and pumpkin-cheese layer in 2 directions alternating to get a neat marble on that cheesecake.

Also, serving ANY cheesecake, no matter what, ALWAYS have to come with a fruit compot of some sort.
My preferred compot consists of blackcurrant, raspberries, honey, sugar and water. Put it to a boil so you have a rough (very rough) sauce, and then blitz with a kitchen tool to get a smooth consistency. Strain and serve.
To contrast the cold cheesecake, I recommend this sauce served hot and fresh.
It's basic fat versus acid-rules!
#16 - hatermrtroll
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(01/17/2012) [-]
sweet baby jesus have mercy on my cholesterol levels after i eat this
#31 - ruinsage
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Did you just make a recipe that INCLUDES SKYRIM?!!!
#13 - dragontamers
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User avatar #1 - Mecryte
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(01/16/2012) [-]
Still not all that crazy about Nutella.
#8 to #1 - SnugglyWuggly
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You have a respectable opinion.   
   
   
> gif for the lulz
You have a respectable opinion.


> gif for the lulz
#3 to #1 - evilfederation [OP]
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(01/16/2012) [-]
try this...
#23 - wrox
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(01/17/2012) [-]
No bacon in it?
#24 to #23 - evilfederation [OP]
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User avatar #19 - eefje
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sounds delicious! Only I've never seen the pureed pumpkin stuff, I wonder if I can get it around here...
User avatar #34 to #19 - winsauceiswin
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(01/18/2012) [-]
i just made it. i found all the ingredients at local wal mart. i found the ingredients in these locations:
Desserts/Cake mixes isle::: pure pumpkin stuff, cloves, cinnamon, ground nutmeg, (apple pie spice too), vanilla extract, sugar, and pie crust.
Peanut butter/Jelly isle::: nutella
Dairy area: cream cheese (eggs were near by)

I only had to look around for about 5 minutes to find everything, hope this helps if you want to make it.

User avatar #35 to #34 - eefje
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There's no local wal mart here, I live in the Netherlands. Pureed pumpkin in a can is apparantly a very amerifat ingredient, but I found a recipe online with fresh pumpkin. Which will also be pretty hard to find except in november.
Also I don't know if I would find the pie crust, I know of a kind but they are soft like cake. Anyway, I know how to make cheesecake crust, very easy from butter and biscuits.
User avatar #36 to #35 - winsauceiswin
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sorry i couldn't help
User avatar #4 - dilara
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I might try that if I we had pureed pumpkin in the country I live in.
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