Indianiazed Cheesecake/Shrikhand Cheesecake

Something hit me to have thought of this crazy idea. Post gudi padwa my fridge was flooded with chakka(hung curd). It is used to make shrikhand. When I started on the activity, DH thought I have lost it..he said, in the mission to do things differently you ladies are killing the essence of good traditional recipes. Rude!


I made just 2 small pieces, for my kid who is thankfully more adventurous for the 50% genes he has inherited.Β 


Please dont think of this as a passing recipe to be tried on a day you feel experimental. This is super recipe and I promise you wont regret making it.


Ingredients (for 2 personal cakes)
1 cup Shankarpali/ Glucose biscuits
1 cup ripe papaya
1 cup Hung Curd
1 tspn milk
2 tbsp powdered sugar
1 tbsp granulated sugar
a pinch of Saffron threads
a pinch of Nutmeg powder
a pinch of Cardamon powder
Method
1) In a bowl, mix the hung curd, powdered sugar, saffron soaked in milk, nutmeg and cardamon powder.Mix well and refrigerate (You made shrikhand here)
2)Grind the papaya and sugar to make a puree.
3) In the same mixie bowl, crush the glucose biscuits or shankarpali to make a fine crush
4) Place a wax paper/ parchment paper in a dish.
5) Place your moulds on it
6) Press the crust(biscuit crush) with the help of a spoon.
7) Next spoon the curd mixture up to the brim almost(leave little space).
8)Finally add the papaya puree.
9) Let it set for 20-30 min in the refrigerator.
Serve and enjoy

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24 responses to “Indianiazed Cheesecake/Shrikhand Cheesecake

  1. Wow Pradnya, believe me I take your word..just after my own experiment I can know for sure there are so many wonderful things one is yet to try..who says one should eat certain things only that way!..:)..very nice and bright cheesecake..

  2. wow very nice,luks so tempting…

  3. wow very nice,luks so tempting…

  4. WOW! Wonderful idea for a cheesecake! πŸ˜€
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  5. What a lovely cheesecake!! πŸ™‚
    Bookmarked dear!

  6. cheesecae looks so yummy. perfect

  7. cheesecake looks awesome Pradnya..very well done!!
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  8. Pradnya I do not like shrikhand but this is something that even I am lovin' it.

    Delicious.

  9. Shrikhand in cheese cake. Nice idea.

  10. I'm glad your husbands remark didn't stop you from your experiments coz that looks super delicious. I would love to try with soy curd.

  11. looks so yummy and moist…and this is coming from a New Yorker, where we all think we have the best cheesecake in the world

  12. sounds awesome and very colorful too!

  13. Looks so yummy, can have cheesecake in any form, so I'm with you in this recipe…

  14. This version looks colorful and yummy.
    Your husband sounds like mine. My husband says that I (in fact all food bloggers according to him) have gone crazy in the name of blogging when I try to experiment. πŸ™‚

  15. Hi. Be happy you have one man supporting with your experiments and I'm certain the cheesecake with Shrikhand has to taste goo.

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  16. Wooooooooow thats a fantastic idea. superb.

  17. this is an awesome twist pradyna.. loved the colors & the idea of adding papaya! cheese cake made healthy now.. way 2 go!

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  18. Wow, Those receipes look delicious! Great write up. I will give you a site where I got real fruit on powder form. I mix it with milk and ice cream to go healthy. they have papaya, soursop, mango, pineapple, apple. A lot of fruits and veggies. Enjoy guys! http://www.freshlydried.com

  19. This looks fantastic. I have bookmarked it and will definitely give it a try. Now where will I go for those glucose biscuits. Hmmm..

  20. This version of cheese cake is way too good n yuymmy

  21. ..n now let me say…wow!!..looks grt !!..n on the top list of bookmarked recipes:))

  22. Nice twist to shrikhand love the fusion of flavors.

  23. Really innovative recipe Pradnya. Looks very colorful…

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