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    trying to cover crack in cheesecake

    Chef 298200
    Mon Jun 11, 2012 4:23 pm
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    I made a cheesecake in my new wall oven and it got a crack right in the middle...need it for a office request and dont want to use the canned type fruit....any suggestions...... i hav emade this cake before and never had it crack........i always baked in the middle of the oven...this mfg. said no i should bake second shelve from top....???
    auzzi
    Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:54 pm
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    As the wall oven is new [obviously], there is sure to be a general improvement in it's technology .. thus, recipes that worked in your old machine, may have to be tweaked to work in this one ..

    Until you get the "feel" of your oven, you will have to follow the manufacturer's directions.

    As for the crack in the cheesecake: leave it in the springform
    1. for make up a jello using half the water than indicated on the pack in a heat-proof jug.
    2. let it sit in the mixing jug until lukewarm to coolish
    3. pour onto cheesecake
    4. chill until set
    5. unmould from the springform

    Some recipes add more gelatine to the jello mix, but that may make it too hard. Working at half strength, or even slightly less, should match the texture of the jello topping with that of the cheesecake ..
    duonyte
    Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:25 pm
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    Chef 298200
    Tue Jun 12, 2012 4:27 am
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    Thanks for the reply.....am trying another cheesecake.....i wish i had my 15 year old oven back...
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