Simple Basic Cheesecake Recipe

By : | 7 Comments | On : April 6, 2012 | Category : Cheesecake

Basic Cheesecake Recipe

A basic cheesecake recipe is all you need!

Basic Cheesecake RecipeThis is the first basic cheesecake recipe I mastered at home.  I remember just 6 years ago, the thought of being able to create a restaurant style cheesecake in my kitchen seemed like a farfetched fairy tale.  It wasn’t until I attended culinary school that I learned just how simple it is to create an amazing basic cheesecake! This recipe doesn’t require any special out of the norm ingredients, ok well cornstarch isn’t always included in a cheesecake but most of us have that in our pantry.Basic Cheesecake Recipe, Simple  The great thing about this recipe is that it’s perfect with or without toppings.  Some of us truly appreciate the rich creamy heaven that’s derived from a pure, basic cheesecake recipe.  No fancy toppings, no outlandish drizzle,  just delicious yummy cheesecake! However, you can’t go wrong if you prefer a topping, we just don’t include one for this cheesecake recipe.  Let your imagination run wild, or not, either way, every great cheesecake begins with a basic cheesecake recipe.  We would love some feedback concerning this recipe.  Do you have a simple or basic recipe that we don’t have? If so, please share with us and tell your story.  We would greatly appreciate if you would take a quick second and PIN this simple basic cheesecake recipe and/or share it with your Facebook or any other social media account! Word of mouth through social media has allowed our site to take off beyond our expectations. 

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  1. posted by Jakook on June 30, 2012

    You really are my diva of iniripatson. I haven’t made ice cream in a while, and I bookmarked this recipe in my own Perfect Scoop Book. I love you, Monica, for giving me that push to make this, because I ADORE cheesecake anything. Genius sauce, too… I might have to copy every single thing. The photos are one of your best… it should be on Food Gawker. I’m gawking with lust for this.xoxo

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  2. posted by Refeo on June 28, 2012

    I used to buy Japanese Cheesecake by the dozen…..a small piece cost ~USD1.10 if I recall colrectry. Now I don’t have to buy anymore! Thanks for reminding me how good these are and for sharing the recipe. BTW, can we omit the cornstarch and use all cake flour instead? I also happen to have some Asian superfine cake flour so will probably try that. Thanks again!

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    • posted by shawnM on September 21, 2012

      I’m not sure if you can substitute that or not, I’ll research and get back!

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  3. posted by Takuma on June 28, 2012

    Fist of all i have to thank you for putting up this recpie…i’ve been searching for sometime now for soft melt in you mouth cakes, i’ve never had a japanese cheesecake before but i got this right on first trial which is very rare for me and my boyfriends loves it…so do i and i’m making it for his birthday in 2wks. So thank you very much

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  4. posted by Valentina on June 30, 2012

    I had to laugh upon reading this post, bceause when I came to “now wipe up the drool off your keyboard”, I realized I WAS beginning to drool! (From staring at that delicious mound of ice cream!)I’m on a mission to go through all of your entries. I can’t stop. Your pictures?Food. Porn.Seriously. Stop it. No, DON’T!:]

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