This mini cheesecake has a slice of Oreo biscuits up and down~ The smooth cheesecake in the middle just turned into an oversized cheesey filling.
Divide egg yolk and protein, weigh each material
Separate the Oreo biscuits, Mafen molds the paper cup, and puts a biscuit into the paper cup to make the bottom
The egg yolk is broken up after adding the granulated sugar. (The egg yolk should be broken up immediately after adding the granulated sugar, because the sugar will absorb the moisture on the surface of the yolk. If it is not broken, the yolk will crust, so the sugar should be put before the egg, don't put it in advance)
After the cream cheese is softened in a microwave oven, add the egg yolk in portions and mix well.
Until all the egg yolks are mixed well
Add the heated milk in portions and mix well. Finished the cheese paste
The protein is beaten to a coarse foam and added to the sugar lemon juice to be wet foamed. (Lemon juice can be omitted if not)
Mix the protein with the cheese paste. (You can dig a part of the protein and cheese paste first, then pour back the protein paste, the operation is like a hurricane, but after the cheese paste contacts the protein, the defoaming will be faster, so the operation should be faster)
A paper cup is embedded in the muffin cup, and a piece of Oreo is placed in the bottom of the cake. (The stuffing can be left or not, this step must be prepared in advance)
Pour 8 points full. Seismic mode shakes out bubbles
Put another piece of biscuit on the cake
Preheat the oven at 170 degrees, place the baking tray on the bottom layer, and pour warm water into the baking tray. Place the grilling net on the upper layer, place the mold on the grilling net, and bake for about 25-30 minutes by steaming.
Eat better after a few hours of refrigeration!