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This recipe is classed as easy

Rating 3.19 / 5 (144 votes)

Prep time:
20 min
Serves:
4

Try James Martin's luscious lemony cheesecakes for an easy and elegant answer to a speedy but special dessert

Method

1. Crush the biscuits into small pieces and combine with the butter and honey. Put this mixture into 4 metal rings and press evenly into the bottom of the moulds.

2. Stir the lemon juice, zest and icing sugar into the cheese, being sure not to mix it too much as this will cause the mixture to split. Taste as you go - if you have very juicy lemons you may not need all the juice.

3. Spoon the mix into the rings and use a palette knife to press it down to prevent air gaps. Sit onto serving plates and remove the rings, loosening with with a hot cloth or blowtorch.

4. Decorate the tops with the strawberries and sprigs of fresh mint. Spoon the sauce around the side and top with spun sugar.

Ingredients

Tips and suggestions

If you make one and half the quantity, you can fill one large ring to serve six.

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Latest Comment

 

Hi can you also make this is one big tin as opposed to four small tins, if so are the ingredients the same.

Thanks Jules

julieB70893 julieB70893  Posted 04 Jun 2013 3:13 PM
 

Hi colinM59192, you can get them from catering supply shops, or online at places like Amazon - look for chef rings. Hope that helps.

Celia Good Food Celia Good Food  Posted 09 May 2011 10:17 AM
 

where would i get the rings from for the cheesecake

colinM59192 colinM59192  Posted 05 May 2011 4:27 PM
 

love this cheesecake.

amyB68043 amyB68043 Posted 06 Apr 2010 9:46 PM
 

I made this cheesecake yesterday but instead of using lemon & strawberries I used Lime & Mango puree and it tastes mind blowing . If you want to set your mango puree so it is more solid just mix it with powdered geletine and sit in the fridge for a few hours . My son loved it too and he doesnt even eat cheesecake .

LucyA88471 LucyA88471 Posted 21 Mar 2010 7:33 PM
 

I found this recepie very easy to follow, I grated lemon zest and 70% choclate on the top with the spun sugar then over it. Looked and tasted fab!

angieN37308 angieN37308 Posted 13 Nov 2009 1:45 PM
 

I have used this recipe a few times and used Lime instead of lemon Just as good, and went really nice with the strawberries

Footy_bird Footy_bird Posted 07 Sep 2009 12:41 PM
 

i like my mum to make me lemon cheese cark for us to eat at home

Anonymous Anonymous Posted 23 Jun 2009 5:22 PM
 

Might try this sounds delicious mmm

Anonymous Anonymous Posted 22 Jun 2009 9:27 PM
 

Can you freeze this cheesecake?

Senyatta Senyatta Posted 28 Feb 2009 11:46 AM
 

Where would I get the moulds from?

AdeleB64520 AdeleB64520 Posted 14 Feb 2009 6:43 PM
 

my son and his girlfriend made this today and it was quick, easy and delicious

tuppence56 tuppence56 Posted 21 Sep 2008 11:05 PM
 

Thanks for all of your comments. We have tested the recipe (it is very good!) and ammended it so should be easier to follow.

Eleanor - UKTV Food Eleanor - UKTV Food Posted 23 Jun 2008 10:33 AM
 

What sort of moulds do you need for this and where can i buy them from?

Rach104 Rach104 Posted 23 May 2008 2:48 PM
 

hey i love this cheesecake its really fruity and lovely mmmmmmm i can taste the CHEESE

samuelhardy15 samuelhardy15 Posted 06 May 2008 12:04 PM
 

recipes seems good cos i love lemon cheesecake although the methods are a bit vague ie does not tell u what the caster sugar is for? i figured the spun sugar nevertheless i will try this and get back to u to see how it was. ; )

bubblykit bubblykit Posted 30 Apr 2008 6:40 PM