Double chocolate cheese cake

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Ingredients:-

For the base layer:-

  1. Marie Gold biscuit – 200 grams/ 1 packet
  2. Unsweetened cocoa powder – 1 heaping tbsp.
  3. Butter- 50 grams, melted

For the filling:-

  1. Gelatin – 2 level tbsps. leveled dissolved in ¼ cup milk
  2. Curd cheese (labneh) – 200 grams
  3. Sweetened condensed milk – 1/2 cup
  4. Lemon juice – 2 tbsps.
  5. Vanilla essence – 1/2 tsp.
  6. Salt – a pinch
  7. Whipping cream – 1 cup
  8. Dark chocolate- 100 grams( melted) with 2 tbsps. of fresh cream ( I used Lindt 60%)
  9. White chocolate 100 grams( melted) with 2 tbsps. of fresh cream ( I used Lindt white chocolate with almonds)

Grated Chocolate for garnish

Method:-

  1. Process the biscuits in your food processor to make crumbs. Mix biscuit crumbs, cocoa powder and the melted butter. Press this mixture on to the base of a 9″ springform pan & chill for 30 minutes or till firm.
  2. Dissolve the soaked gelatin in a  double boiler.
  3. Beat together the curd cheese, lemon juice, condensed milk, vanilla essence, salt and the melted gelatin until smooth. Beat the whipped cream till it holds peaks & fold in to the curd cheese mixture.
  4. Divide the mixture between 2 bowls. Stir melted dark chocolate into one bowl and melted white chocolate into the 2nd bowl.
  5. Drop spoon full of both mixtures over the biscuit base and use a knife to swirl so as to create a marble effect.
  6. Refrigerate till fully set.
  7. Garnish with grated chocolate and serve chilled.
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