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April 22, 1988 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-22

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LIGHT AND EASY
CHEESECAKE
As long as I can remember,
cheesecake has been one of
Trevor's favorite desserts.
When he was allergic to
wheat, I used to substitute
rice flour for the small
amount of wheat flour. This
version is not only easy to
prepare (I use a food pro-
cessor, and let Trevor add the
ingredients), but it's also
relatively healthful (it's
higher in protein and much
lower in fat than most cheese-
cakes). The recipe is adapted
from my cookbook Don't Tell
'Em It's Good For 'Em and
was originally created by one
of my co-authors, Nancy
Baggett.

Crust:
% cup graham cracker
crumbs
1% tablespoons slightly
softened butter or
margarine
1 tablespoon sugar
1/8 teaspoon fresh grated
lemon peel (yellow part
only)
Filling:
1 (15- to 16-ounce) container
part-skim ricotta
cheese
1 (8-ounce) container plain
yogurt
1 small lemon, grated peel
(yellow part only) and
juice
1 cup sugar
2% tablespoons flour
1 (8-ounce) package cream
cheese, cut into 8
pieces
2 large whole eggs
2 large egg whites (discard
yolks or use for
another purpose)
2% teaspoons vanilla
extract
To prepare the crust, com-
bine all the crust ingredients
in a bowl or a food processor.
Mix until well blended and
crumbly. Press firmly into the
bottom (only) of an 8Y2 or
9-inch springform pan. Bake
in a preheated 350-degree
oven for 15 minutes, or until
lightly browned, and set aside
on a rack to cool.
For the filling, put the ricot-
ta, yogurt, lemon peel and
juice, sugar, and flour into a
food processor (or blender),
and process for 1 1/2 to 2 min-
utes or until liquefied and
completely smooth. If a food
processor is used, add the
cream cheese, one piece at a
time, through the feed tube
while the food processor is
running, and process until
completely blended. Add the
whole eggs, egg whites and
vanilla, and process about 10
to 15 seconds longer, or just
until blended.
(If a blender is used, set
aside the ricotta mexture. Put

the cream cheese into a mix-
ing bowl, and beat with an
electric mixer until smooth;
then beat in the whole eggs,
egg whites and vanilla. Final-
ly, beat in the blended ricot-
ta mixture until thoroughly
incorporated and smooth.)
Pour the cheesecake batter
over the prepared graham
cracker crust. Bake in a pre-
heated 350-degree oven for 15
minutes; then lower the tem-
perature to 325 degrees, and
bake for 1 hour and 15 to 20
minutes longer, or until the
cheesecake center is slightly
puffed and seems "set" when
the surface is lightly tapped.
Remove to a rack and cool in
the pan. Refrigerate the cake
until it is thoroughly chilled
(preferable overnight) before
removing from the pan and
serving. If desired, top with
sliced fresh strawberries or
other fruit.
Makes 8 to 10 servings.

""I FOR WOMEN

Topaz Spring
Emporium Set

The Topaz Chapter of
Women's American ORT has
planned a Spring Emporium,
featuring local vendors and
artists, to be held beginning
10 a.m. June 5 at the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
For information, contact
Ms. Liss, 288-4434.

Women To Have
Election Meeting

The sisterhood of Cong.
Beth Achim will hold its elec-
tion meeting on Monday at
8 p.m. at the synagogue.
Featured on the program will
be Dr. Joseph Gomez, co-
director of Wayne State
University Film Studies
Program.
Dr. Gomez will present film
clips and discussion on "Im-
ages of the Jew in the
American Cinema" starting
with the "Jazz Singer to Pre-
sent." Guests are welcome.

ORT Hosts
Appleman

Huntington Hill Chapter,
Women's American ORT, will
meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the home of Debbie Silver-
man, 28835 Apple Blossom
Ln., Farmington Hills.
The guest speaker will be
Harlene Appleman, director
of Jewish Experience for
Families, who will discuss
"Strengthening Our Jewish
Identity." Nominations for
19884989 board positions
will be made at the meeting.

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