How to Bake the Best Cheesecakes

Cheesecakes are one of the most loved desserts across the globe. In Asia alone, more and more people fall in love with the taste of this special dessert. Who wouldn't? With the moist and cheesy filling, the crunch of the surface, and the perfect flavor to top it off, lovely sweets are a world-wide demand. Looking for them in any part of Asia is very easy. A lot of bakeshops; such as Obolo Bakeshop in Singapore; have mastered the craft of baking it.

A lot of people want to know how to make cheesecake and go searching for recipes everywhere. Despite this dessert being common to all, perfecting it is quite a task. Keeping it perfectly delicate and crispy is the hardest part in making a cheesecake, without darkening the surface and avoiding any cracks.


Texture is the key in baking cheesecakes, it's important to remember that the outer part of it should be perfectly crunchy while the center is soft and delicate. You can achieve this through the water bath method. Place a springform pan in the center of a large square of aluminum foil. Gently wrap and fold the foil around the edges of the pan. Make sure you don't create any holes around the foil. This way, the water will not leak out. Next is to put all the crumbs into the bottom of the pan and press down using your fingers. After making it nice and layered, you can now pour your batter in it. Now place the foil-wrapped pan on a large roasting pan and put it in the oven. Carefully pour hot water on the roasting pan until the water reaches halfway up the spring form pan. Cook at 1 1/2 hours, more or less.

There are different ways of checking if you're cheesecake is done. One of them is sticking a knife into the cake, if it comes out clean, with nothing sticking into the knife, then it's cooked. But the most effective way is using an insta-read thermometer. You can tell that a cheese cake is done if the internal temperature is 170 degrees. After which, you can now add your own mixture of cream topping, let it cool, and it's all-ready to serve.

Cheesecakes may not be a "piece of cake" to do after all, but it's not that hard as well. With a few baking practices, you'll have these lovely treats for you and for everyone to eat. Nevertheless, if you would like to get a taste of scrumptious, most delicious cheesecakes, you can go to high-end cheesecake shops in Asia near you. You can also check online shops that sell cheesecakes. Check Singapore Obolo bakeshop, one of the most well-loved cheesecake makers in the market.

Cheesecakes in Singapore. Obolo's Cheescakes are a slice of life that melts in your mouth & touches your heart. Obolo produces award winning cheesecakes in Singapore.

10 comments:

  1. I love cheesecake and I tried making one once it turned out well but I had heard so many things about peoples falling or sinking so I was scared the whole time it was baking lol

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  2. I love cheese cakes but I didn't know that baking it will be really challenging. Thanks for this article. :D

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  3. Nice Review. I really love cheesecakes :)

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  4. My birthday is this month and I'm getting a cheesecake as my birthday cake!!!

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  5. Our wedding anniversary is may 16

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  6. I have never in my life baked it by myself so far. But after your detailed explanation its a shame not to try it ;-).

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  7. love cheesecakes so yummy! thanks for sharing this

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  8. Thanks for this post.Learned a lot!

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  9. I l <3 ve cheesecake just like you! :)

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