Have you seen the jiggly cheesecake? If not, you will love them from the very moment you lay eyes on them and will want to have a bite. The Japanese have refashioned one of the most popular American desserts, the cheesecake, and made it fluffier.
The Japanese Cheesecake or the Jiggly Cheesecake, which is also called the cotton cheesecake is a fluffy cheesecake which makes it bouncy. It has attained popularity because of its custard-like wobbly and extra fluffy texture.
The dessert tastes like any other cheesecake and is made with the same recipe and ingredients. The difference is in the way they prepare the ingredients for the cake. These baked cheesecakes are made with butter, cream cheese, sugar, eggs and whipped cream.
The secret ingredient of the cakes is nothing special but just some old nicely whipped meringue. So instead of just whipping the eggs directly into the cream cheese and heavy cream, all you need to do is whip the eggs. Separate your eggs from the yolks and whip the whites into a nice, glossy and thick mixture. if you are asking it at home then you might need a water bath for the cheesecake. To make it nice and fluffy.
P.S: If you are visiting Japan then be sure to taste Rikuro’s cheesecake in Osaka, Japan.