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Who could have thought that black gooey stuff we Aussie's love (Vegemite) could make it's way into a dessert? I have not made this yet, but am intending to do so very soon! I found this recipe on a website " A Table for Two" a food and travel blog by Billy Law...........and this recipe has me intrigued ........ So why not post it for my other Aussie Mates to try. :-) This recipe makes 5 cheesecakes in 7″ ramekins. There is also a Vegemite chocolate ganache to serve over the top as a variation, I have posted the variation recipe below in the Directions. Times are estimated because I have not made this yet, and the ganache will make a difference to times if used. Insert from an early "Vegemite Advertisement" : He’s doing his bit for his Dad… Young Peter loves Vegemite… and his mother loves giving it to him… but he’s not getting so much these days, as his mother says: “It’s nearly all gone to Daddy, Peter.” And she’s right! The Vegemite is needed for our fighting men. So if you notice less Vegemite in your local shop, just remember that until we have won this war a lot of it will be going to the troops! Vegemite – the concentrated extract of yeast – the richest food source of the combined vitamin B1, B2 and P.P. (anti-pellagric factor). The food that helps keep the troops fighting.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (201 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 7
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