Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Avocado Cheesecake



I never really like to eat avocado , that's why I'm not interested to try this cheesecake at first, I always got a bad experience with avocado.

Started when i was a little girl, many times my parents try to give me this fruit, but its always ended up in the basin ( i vomit them all), i don't know why is my body reject avocado.

The last time i tried to eat avocado about 3 years ago, back when I'm in my college, that time i thought i give my self to try avocado juice (which is so healthy), but again i have the same experience afterwards ^0^.

Anyway i almost forgot about trying to eat my "enemy" until i saw this recipe from Coles supermarket,When i first saw the picture, i try to imagine what is the taste will be like, so i tried half of the recipe, and guess what? I love it!!,because basicly i love any kind of cheesecake and the avocado taste is not obvious for me, plus no bake require. My hubby Love it too!! Yippee...

Along with the recipe they said:
" Avocados..delicious & versatile, you use avocado in salads, pastas, dips and salsas, however have you considered a cheesecake?, its time to find out why anytime is Avo time". So here is the recipe...

Avocado Cheesecake


Ingredients:
  • 200 packet cinnamon crunch biscuit ( i used arnotts biscuits)
  • 100 gr butter,melted
  • 1/2 cup toasted shredded coconut
  • 4 soft avocado
  • 600 ml sweet condensed milk
  • finely grated zest of 2 limes
  • juice of 4 limes
  • 2 tbs gelatine powder
  • 1/2 cup water
Method:
  1. Place biscuits into a food processor and process until crushed. Add melted butter and toasted coconut, process until ingredients are thoroughly mixed. Press mixture into the base of a greased 22 spring form pan and refrigerate. ( i used a normal round pan, and line the side with Plastic wrap).
  2. Place the peeled and roughly chopped avocados, cream cheese, condensed milk,lime zest and juice into a food processor. ( i used normal mixer in a bowl).
  3. Sprinkle gelatine over water and heat until gelatine has dissolved. With the motor running, pour the gelatine over the avocado mixture, until mixed thoroughly.
  4. Spoon avocado mixture evenly over previously refrigerated biscuit base. Return to fridge for at least 4 hours before serving. If desired, decorate with fresh coconut and lime peel.

5 comments:

Dita said...

gak kepikiran alpuket bisa diginiin ya ;). Unik.

sefa firdaus said...

boleh juga nih dicoba.. ciskek pake alpuket, keliatannya enak

Ti said...

Dita: aku juga tadinya ngak kepikiran sampe nemu resep ini.
Sefa: Enak kok Mba, coba aza, apalagi kalo dikau penggemar alpukat

miming said...

Mak gleksss Tie ciskeknya... Ngeces nihhh...

Ti said...

Miming: hehe.. monggo dicoba.