Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Royal cheesecake in the multicooker

Ingredients

Cheese mass with raisins – 2 packs

granulated sugar – 150 g

Chicken eggs – 2 pcs.

Vanillin – 2 g

Leavening agent for dough – 2 g

Wheat flour – about 2 cups

Wheat flour – about 2 cups

Check out the recipe

Step by step recipe with photo

Tender crumbly cottage cheese pie is a royal cheesecake. Our unparalleled cheesecake is made with a multicooker. Isn’t it great? This dish would make a perfect dessert for a festive tea party instead of a cake.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

The composition of products for cooking a royal cheesecake in the multicooker is similar to the classic version, and it is quite simple. You will need: curd or cottage cheese, butter, chicken eggs, sugar, vanilla, baking powder and wheat flour.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Let’s explore the recipe, shall we? The waffle cake is formed in layers, one of which consists of the dough and the other of the filling. Let’s start with the middle. In a separate bowl combine the main ingredients for the filling: cottage cheese (we have a mass with raisins), sugar, vanilla and eggs.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Beat with a whisk into a homogeneous pulp and cool well.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

The dough is made even faster than the middle of the cheesecake. In a tall bowl combine the sifted flour with the soft butter and baking powder.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Grind the ingredients into a crumbly crumb.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Immediately proceed to the preparation of the layers. Grease the multicooker bowl with oil and cover it with parchment ribbons. This will help to remove the pie from the multicooker quickly and without damage. Distribute some of the crumbly dough on the bottom and press it slightly with your hands. You will also need a small amount of dough on the sides, similar to the formation of conventional cheesecake waffles.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Then in the middle is poured well-cooled curd mass.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Cover the waffle with the remaining dough. With a finger make a few indentations deep into the dough, and then send the form to the multicooker. Run the appliance for 1-1.5 hours in “Baking” mode.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

Cool the ready cakes well right in the multicooker, but it is necessary to turn it off, otherwise the technique will go into “Keep warm” mode. When the cake is cooled, put it on a serving plate by quickly turning it over, holding it by the parchment ribbons. Then the ribbons are simply removed.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

The royal cheesecake cooked in the multicooker can be served as a cottage cheese dessert or simply for a tea party. You’ll agree that you wouldn’t want to eat such a pie outside of company.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

The unusually crumbly pie shell, combined with a delicate cottage cheese middle, will please all the guests.

Royal Quiche in the multicooker, recipe with photo

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