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                         CHOCOLATE CHEESECAKE - HUE
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Chocolate                        Cheesecakes
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
  200       g            Chocolate wafers finely
   75       g            Butter -- melted
  700       g            Cream cheese -- at room
  200       g            Granulated sugar
  175       g            Semisweet chocolate --
                         Melted and cooled
   20       g            White flour
    3       lg           Eggs
   30       ml           Heavy cream
   10       ml           Vanilla
  250       ml           Sour cream
   10       ml           Vanilla
   20       g            Granulated sugar
   1.  Preheat oven to 200 øC . Mix chocolate wafer
   crumbs and butter. Press firmly onto bottom and 5 cm
   up the sides of an ungreased, 25-cm springform pan.
   2.  Bake the crust for 10 minutes.  Remove from oven
   and place on rack to cool.  Reduce oven temperature to
   150 øC .
   3.  Using an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese in
   a large bowl until it is smooth.
   4.  Add sugar, chocolate, and flour. Beat again, until
   the mixture is well blended and fluffy.
   5.  Add eggs, one at a time, beating again after each
   egg is added.
   6.  Beat in the cream and vanilla.
   7.  Pour mixture into the cooled crust.  Place on
   middle rack in oven and bake for 60 to 65 minutes,
   until filling is set.  Remove from oven and cool on
   8.  Blend sour cream, vanilla, and sugar together
   until well mixed.  Spread over top of cooled
   cheesecake.  Chill several hours or overnight
   Author’s Notes:
   You may have seen this on the cover of a recent
   magazine when you were standing in the grocery line.
   It makes a very rich, truly decadent chocolate
   cheesecake. A chocolate wafer is a crisp chocolate
   cookie about three inches
   in diameter and an eigth of an inch thick. If you
   can't find them, you can substitute any kind of dry
   crunchy chocolate-flavored cookie. You can make the
   crust and filling in a food processor if you have one.
   It makes it a lot
   Difficulty    : moderate.
   Precision     : measure carefully.
   Recipe By     : Jonathan Hue LMSC-Mechanisms & Servo
   Systems, Sunnyvale, CA
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