Japanese Soufflé Cheesecake with Texas Strawberries

Japanese Soufflé Cheesecake with Texas Strawberries

Duration: 3 hours

Number of students: 6

Tickets: $60 per person

Diet: gluten-free

Price includes expert instruction, demo, and hands-on practice. Like any other soufflés, this cheesecake might crack on the surface, deflate, or deform during or after baking. Be armed with knowledge and patience. This 3-hour class gives you an opportunity to learn three important pastry skills — how to make a meringue, how to cook Crème Anglaise, and how to control soufflés. At the end of the class, enjoy a slice of Japanese cheesecake with a cup of coffee or hot tea.

Japanese soufflé cheesecake is also known as “cotton” cheesecake. It is extremely popular in Asian countries for its texture — fluffy and velvety creamy at the same time. I fell in love with it with the first bite. It’s a treat for a true cheesecake aficionados. Japanese cheesecake is not overly sweet, so having more than one slice at a time is difficult to resist. Enjoy it plain, or decorate it with whipped cream and fresh berries.

Appearance. Please make sure your nails are well groomed and clean. If you have long hair, tie it back or cover it. Have comfortable clothes and shoes. I’ll provide you with an apron.

Please, let me know if you have any food or kitchen chemicals allergies.

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