How to Make a German Baked Cheesecake

German baked cheesecake is a German-American dessert that is often served for special occasions. German baked cheesecake was first created in the United States, but it has been popularized by German immigrants who have brought this dish with them from Germany. The German word "Käsekuchen" literally means "cheesecake." There are many different recipes out there for German baked cheesecake, and some of them include buttercream frosting while others use sour cream or whipped topping to top off the cake. In this article, we will show you how to make a German Baked Cheesecake that uses sour cream as its topping instead of buttercream frosting since not everyone likes buttercream frosting.

German baked cheesecake is a German-American cake that is similar to the German Cheesecake Recipe in terms of its ingredients, but German Baked Cheesecake is slightly different from German Cheesecake. German Baked Cheesecake uses sour cream or whipped topping rather than buttercream frosting.

In order to make German baked cheesecake, you will need the following ingredients:

Cream cheese (one package)

German sweet chocolate (four squares)

Vanilla sugar (two teaspoons or equivalent in any other type of sugar)

Salt (1/4 teaspoon)

Two eggs, separated

Butter (three tablespoons melted and cooled down to room temperature)

Sour cream for topping

How to Make German Baked Cheesecake:

A piece of cake on a plate with a fork

Begin making German baked cheesecake by preheating the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.

Next, break German sweet chocolate into squares and put them in a pot with two tablespoons of butter, and melt on low heat until German sweet chocolate is completely melted and smooth.

After German sweet chocolate and butter are melted together smooth in a pot over low heat, remove them from the stove. Using a whisk to mix this together while still hot is important because you want to get air into German baked cheesecake batter. Whisk until German baked cheesecake batter becomes light and fluffy while still on the stove.

Next, add one teaspoon of vanilla extract or vanilla sugar if you have some available in order to make German baked cheesecake taste all the more delicious. While there are many different types of vanilla extract, German baked cheesecake traditionally uses vanilla sugar as its vanilla extract to make German baked cheesecake taste like German Cheesecake Recipes.

Melt three tablespoons of butter and let German Baked Cheesecake batter cool down for fifteen minutes.

While German sweet chocolate is cooling, beat one package (250 grams) cream cheese with 1/4 teaspoon salt until German baked cheesecake batter is smooth and creamy in texture. Add one-third cup (75 grams) granulated white sugar while German Baked Cheesecake batter is being mixed together into a creamy consistency. When German Baked Cheesecake batter becomes very light in color, add the two yolks, one at a time while still mixing German baked cheesecake batter. German baked cheesecake uses only egg yolks while German Cheesecake Recipes typically use a combination of whole eggs and egg yolks to make German Cheesecake.

Add German chocolate cheesecake batter to the cream cheese mix until German Baked Cheesecake is very light in color and German baked cheesecake batter is smooth.

Pour German baked cheesecake batter into a buttered and floured springform pan or cake tin, and bake German baked cheesecake at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for sixty minutes. Check to see if German baked cheesecake is done by inserting a toothpick into the center; if German Baked Cheesecake comes out clean German baked cheesecake is done. German Baked Cheesecake can be eaten cold or hot, topping German baked cheesecake with sour cream before serving German baked cheesecake is a German-American tradition.

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