Wednesday, March 30, 2011 | By: Grace Ann

Homemade Orange Cheesecake

What do you see when you look at the picture? A round jelly with hidden mandarin orange inside?
Well, what you see here is an Orange Cheesecake, answer is at the title anyway :P. The top layer is the jelly, covering the cheesecake and its biscuit crust. This is delicious because of it's richness in cheese( good quality cheese by the way) and though the mandarin orange is optional, the combination tasted one of its kind. If you would like to order this cake, do drop me a comment ,we'll get in touch and I will know just who to call. Also, it is only delivered within Penang state.

4 comments:

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Nava.K said...

I think with the mandarin orange inside will be great in taste, adds a slight pinch of sour taste.

Sue said...

Yup ur right,Nava! A little pinch of sour in the midst of all sweetness.

This one's real rich,can't eat too many pieces at one go but its a great dessert.

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