|The New York Times 60 Minute Gourmet|
|by Pierre Franey|
Compiled from the pages of his popular NEW YORK TIMES culinary column, Pierre Franey has created a book of complete, delectable meals that can be ...
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All ingredients should be at room temperature. Combine ricotta cheese and sour ... Turn off heat and leave in closed oven for 1 more hour. Cool on rack.
Blend Ricotta with cream cheese; ... is completed, turn off the oven and leave cake in the oven for 2 hours. Remove, cool and top with filling of choice.
Cream together cream ... eggs, sour cream, ricotta and vanilla. Mix ... oven and leave in for 2 hours. Don't open oven door. Cool and put in refrigerator.
Blend ricotta or cottage cheese ... Set oven at 325 degrees. Bake 1 hour. Turn oven off. Leave cake in oven for 2 more hours. Do not open. Cool and serve.
Mix together both cheeses. Gradually add sugar. Beat in eggs, one at a time. Add flour and cornstarch, mixing well. Add vanilla and melted butter. ...
Beat all ingredients ... Put cinnamon and cherry pie filling on top of cake. Shut off oven and let cheesecake stand in closed oven for an additional hour.
Combine over hot, ... in sour cream, Ricotta and vanilla. Add ... with foil on the outside. The butter from the crust sometimes separates and leaks through.
Cream cheeses together. Add sugar gradually. Add the eggs and beat well. Add lemon and vanilla, then cornstarch and flour. Add melted butter. Beat ...
Mix all ingredients except sour cream until smooth. Pour into 10 inch spring form pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours. Turn off oven and let ...
Lightly beat eggs ... cream cheese and Ricotta cheese. Add lemon ... then settle down. Work the pan with your hands a bit before opening (once it is cool).
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