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Hazelnut and tonka bean cheesecake with balsamic roasted strawberries from Gordon Ramsay's Albany & York

04 JUNE 2013
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Ingredients

Cheesecake
600g Cream cheese
185g Sugar
3 Tonka bean grated
75g Mascarpone
150g Double cream

Hazelnut Tuille
180g Icing sugar
75g Plain flour
85g Pasteurised egg whites
85g Melted butter - cool
150g Hazelnuts - toasted
Black pepper - Ground
300g English strawberries
200ml Balsamic vinegar
50g Sugar
Baby basil to garnish

Method

1. Preheat the oven to 180 C 360 F, gas mark 4 ½ fan.

2. In a mixing bowl, mix together the cream cheese, sugar, mascarpone and double cream on high until smooth, then grate in the Tonka beans.

3. Mix together and place into a piping bag then rest in the fridge.

4. Toast the hazelnuts in a pan, let them cool, then crush with a rolling pin.

5. For the tuilles, mix the icing sugar and the flour together with the egg whites and mix. Grind a lot of black pepper into the mix.

6. Set up baking trays with silpat mats or parchment/wax paper on top, using a pastry brush, brush the tuille mix across the mat, sprinkle the hazelnuts and place into an oven for 3-4 minutes.

7. When ready remove and leave to cool.

8. Quarter the strawberries then coat in sugar. Heat a small pan, once very hot add the strawberries and a splash of balsamic vinegar and cook till caramelised, remove from heat and put aside to rest, leaving them stewing in the syrup.

9. For plating, make a layer of tuille, then another layer piping the cheesecake, then another tuille then cheesecake and so on, finishing with a tuille layer on top, place the strawberries on top and then pour on the syrup from the strawberries, garnish with the baby basil.

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