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Cheese Cake or Curd Tart

Pastries - Sweet Open Pies

Curd cheese mixed with sugar and whole eggs, in shortcrust base, baked. A form of Pudding Pie


Yorkshire Curd Tart
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Original Receipt in 'The Accomplisht Cook' by Robert May, 1660 (Robert May 1660);

To make Cheesecakes.
Let your paste be very good, either puff-paste or cold butter-paste, with sugar mixed with it, then the whey being dried very well from the cheese-curds which must be made of new milk or butter, beat them in a mortar or tray, with a quarter of a pound of butter to every pottle of curds, a good quantity of rose-water, three grains of ambergriese or musk prepared, the crums of a small manchet rubbed through a cullender, the yolks of ten eggs, a grated nutmeg, a little salt, and good store of sugar, mix all these well together with a little cream, but do not make them too soft; instead of bread you may take almonds which are much better; bake them in a quick oven, and let them not stand too long in, least they should be to dry.
To make Cheesecakes otherways.
Make the crust of milk & butter boil'd together, put it into the flour & make it up pretty stiff, to a pottle of fine 288 flour, take half a pound of butter; then take a fresh cheese made of morning milk, and a pint of cream, put it to the new milk, and set the cheese with some runnet, when it is come, put it in a cheese-cloth and press it from the whey, stamp in the curds a grated fine small manchet, some cloves and mace, a pound and a half of well washed and pick't currans, the yolks of eight eggs, some rose-water, salt, half a pound of refined white sugar, and a nutmeg or two; work all these materials well together with a quarter of a pound of good sweet butter, and some cream, but make it not too soft, and make your cheesecakes according to these formes.



See:
Almond Cheesecakes
Apple and Cheese Cake
Apple Cheesecake
Bishop Auckland Cheese Cakes
Bread Cheesecakes
Carrot Cake
Cheese Cake or Curd Tart
Curd Tart
Devon Cheesecake
Lady Monmouth's Cheese Cake
Lemon Cheesecake
Lent Tart or Kentish Pudding Pie
London Cheesecake
Mrs Leed's Cheese Cakes
Northamptonshire Cheesecake
Potato Cheesecake
Yorkshire Curd Tart or Cheesecake
Charminster Curd Tart
Cheese Cake or Curd Tart
Curd Tart
Sambocade
Spiced Curd Tarts
Yorkshire Curd Tart or Cheesecake








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