simply heavenly! I did add in 2 egg yolks into the ricotta mixture to give it more body, thanks for sharing MG!...Kitten:)
the taste is very great! the only problem is i don't have enough crust to divide into two parts, but it was my mistake because i halved the recipe :) so it's just a crust on the bottom and ricotta filling on the above. anyone who wants to make this cake, i recommend you not halve the recipe. first, you won't have enough crust; second, this cake is too delicious that you won't regret having more :D thanks for sharing, Mysterygirl!
The taste is good. I don't know why but the cake is dry. And it was 60 minutes in the oven. I used Cachaca instead of grappa cause I didn't have. I used 1/2 cup of sugar in the filling cause I had sweetened chocolate chips.
Mysterygirl, thank you, thank you, thank you for a delicious cake! Baked this for my brother's birthday and my whole family devoured it and asked me for your recipe!! I replaced the grappa by rhum and, as I only had sweetened chocolate chips, I used a little less than 1/2 cup sugar and it was perfect!!! I also used less fat ricotta.
This was delicious & left many taste buds very happy:) The prepartion was pretty straightforward. I omitted the grappa & the result was still a very yummy cake. I would especially recommend baking this when one has guests & u wish to make a good expression;)
Quite rich, a bit cosmopolitan, cousin to a cheesecake. Easy to make. It was the grappa that attracted me to this recipe and I'm glad I made this. I like grappa and I think it adds a good flavour to the crust mix. It was cleaned right up at my Book Club. I baked it for 50 min at 350F. Thanks for posting!!