How to make it

  • Using a food processor, blitz together the biscuits and butter until it looks and feels like a wet sand. Pour and press the mixture in an 8" spingform pan until it covers the whole bottom. Reverve.
  • In a bowl, mix together the cream cheese, sugar, vanilla and lime (or lemon). Reserve.
  • In another bowl lightly whip the cream until it thickens a bit. You don't have to put too much air in it, it has to be firm but still creamy and not dry.
  • Mix together the cream cheese and the cream until they're completely amalgamated. Pour mixture in the springform pan and refrigerate it for at least 4 hours (in my case, I had to refrigerate it overnight because brazilian double cream is not as thick as the british one).
  • After the cheesecake has set, pour the cherry preserve on top of it and serve. I prefer blueberry jam, which I dissolve with a bit of water in a pan over low heat, until it looks like a thick syrup. After that, I sieve it to make a smooth sauce.

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  • leonora5 4 years ago
    Looks soooo gorgeous. Hmmmmm.
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  • cewek_bondeng 6 years ago
    Can added step by step photos? It is easier to follow the step to make this recipe.


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  • jett2whit 6 years ago
    This sounds awesome! Wish I had a piece right now. I have a sweet tooth real bad! Jett
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  • ambus 6 years ago
    This looks and sounds wonderful.Thanks Marianna!
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Love Nigella - I just got her cookbook for Christmas...great recipes. This looks absolutley mouth-watering good!! It;s always nice to have no-bake desserts when the temps and humidity rise here in the summer...
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    " It was excellent "
    dottiet ate it and said...
    Think we could use a graham crackers or vanilla waffers crushed for the crust for this? Looks yummy. Thanks for the post.
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  • marianna 6 years ago
    Thanks, Ahmed. It's just that it's such a creamy pie, I don't want to spoil it with pits. This is why I prefer to dissolve and sieve the jam. :)
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  • ahmed1 6 years ago
    So simple,so easy and so good..I liked the description of the topping making.Thank you...
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  • marianna 6 years ago
    Nigella said "digestive biscuits", since they don't sell those in Brazil, I used regular crackers. Just sweet ones that we have here.
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