Emborg Real European Cream Cheese
Cream cheese that is made of real European cream. How is it different than ordinary cream cheese? It is intensely rich and creamy. It has higher spreadability than the American creaam cheese variety of the same brand.
Type: soft, cream-style cheese
How to Serve:
- Perfect spreading on breads, bagels and crackers, or for use in quinces and gratins.
Cream cheese is high in fat and contains a small amount of carbs and protein. It's a good source of vitamin A and contributes some riboflavin (vitamin B2).
It is also low in lactose, and a good source of antioxidants. It may also have probiotic effects as it is made using a starter culture from lactic acid bacteria.
Emborg Cream Cheese is filled with Calcium, Vitamin B, and Iron, which are essential in the daily diet at any age. It contains no trans fats
Ingredients: Cow's Milk, Lactic Culture, Salt, Thickener: Guar Gum (E412), Preservative: Potassium Sorbate (E202), Rennet (Microbial)
Storage: Keep refrigerated.
Shelf Life: 2 weeks refrigerated, 7 days once opened
Emborg Blueberry Cheesecake
- 100 g Emborg Butter
- 200 g digestive biscuits
- 4 sheets gelatine
- 75 g white chocolate
- 2 pasteurised eggs
- 75 g light cane sugar
- 200 g Emborg Cream Cheese
- 2 tbsp lemon juice
- grated zest from 1 lime
- 300 ml Emborg Whipped Cream
- 200 g Emborg Blueberries
- 4 sheets gelatine
- 250 ml blueberry juice
Melt the butter in a saucepan, remove it from the heat, crush the biscuits into the butter.
Place a bottomless springform cake tin on a dish, put the biscuit mixture directly into the springform on the dish and press it down well.
Place the gelatine sheets in cold water for about 10 minutes.
Chop the chocolate for the mousse into small pieces and melt it over a water bath.
Whip the sugar and eggs until fluffy and mix the cream cheese in together with the lime rind.
Carefully remove the gelatine from the water and melt it over the water bath.
Cool the gelatine with the lime juice.
Whip the cream until it is firm.
Mix the cooled chocolate into the egg mixture.
Add the gelatine and fold in the cream.
Pour the mousse over the biscuit base and then add the blueberries.
Soak the gelatine for approximately 10 minutes.
Heat ½ dl of the blueberry juice.
Melt the gelatine directly in the warm juice.
Mix with the rest of the juice and pour over the cake - allow it to cool for at least 3 hours.
*recipe from Emborg.com