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Saturday, 13 September 2014

White Chocolate and Ginger Curd Cheesecake






















He's cheeky.  He's handsome.  He's one of my favourite Princes.  He's a ginger . . .  and he's turning 30 on Monday, the 15th September.  Happy Birthday Prince Harry! 

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The totally unique and indulgently delicious Luxury Ginger Curd is perfect for celebrating the birthday of our own favourite ginger-haired Royal!  Prince Harry will no doubt be celebrating his 30th birthday on Monday with the best and most luxurious food and drink so enjoy a little luxury  of your own with The English Provinder Co. Luxury Ginger Curd.

Perfect drizzled over lemon sponge cake or swirled through ice cream, the Ginger Curd is simply heavenly with creamy vanilla cheesecake or meringue.  Create your own delicious dessert  using the following recipe for a fabulous English Provender's White Chocolate and Ginger Curd Cheesecake  It's a winner/winner!

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*White Chocolate and Ginger Curd Cheesecake*
Serves 8

Delicious!  Very easy to make as well.  Do plan ahead as it need to chill for one to two hours.  

75g of butter (1/3 cup)
150g of plain chocolate digestive biscuits crushed (can use 1 2/3 cup graham cracker crumbs)
200g good quality white chocolate (7 ounces)
500g marcarpone cheese ( 2 cups)
315g jar The English Provender Co. Luxury Ginger Curd (1 1/2 cups)
grated white chocolate or chocolate curls to decorate  

Melt the butter in a medium saucepan and stir in the biscuits.  Press into the base of an 8 inch diameter loose bottomed round cake tin.  CHill whilst preparing the filling.


Place the chocolate in a bowl set over a pan of simmering water and heat gently, stirring occasionally until melted.

Place the mascarpone in a bowl and whisk in the ginger curd until smooth.   Whisk in the melted chocolate.  Spoon over the base and chill for 1 to 2 hours.

Carefully loosen and remove from the tin and decorate with grated chocolate or chocolate curls.  Cut into slices to serve.

SCRUMPTIOUS! 

RRP:  £2.49 and available from The English Provender Co.

3 comments:

  1. Ginger curd must be amazing!
    looks grand marie..
    You must be excited about the new Royal baby?

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  2. Marie, do you really not need to use any of those jelly sheet things to make the cheesecake set properly? It seems amazing that it will look as good as your photo without them, but if it's really true, I will definitely have a go at making this!

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  3. I AM excited about the new baby Monique! Katherine is very sick with this one as well however. Poor girl!xx

    You do not need any gelatin for this Zany. The white chocolate sets it up. xx

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