Via Landkueche Magazine 2011
I still remember my German grandma's cheesecake, which looked just like the one featured here. When I spotted this recipe in a German Landkueche Magazine (2011) titled "Just like at Grandma's" it brought back fond memories of my childhood and time spend at Grandma's in Berlin. I had to save this recipe to my blog, so I can try it out. I have my Grandma's recipe somewhere as well and need to look for it, but for now I am going to have to give this one a try.
The ingredients listed for the dough:
1 1/2 cup Flour
4 tsp baking powder
2.4 oz Sugar
1 Egg White
5 TBSP Milk
2.47 oz Margarine
For the Filling:
26.45 oz (3.41 cup) Quark
1 packet Vanilla Sugar
1.76 oz raisins
1. Roll out 1/3 of the dough inside a greased out baking pan. roll the sides up.
2. Fill with the quark mix
3. Place the rest of the dough over the quark mix and brush with egg yolk.
4. Bake for 60 min at 293F-320F
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