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  • Word up Food Tubers! Jamie Oliver here! Now today is a very important day because it is the

  • 4th July for our American friends!

  • Brothers and sisters

  • we are celebrating Independence Day, oh yeah.

  • Do, do, do, do, do

  • Dooooo.

  • Just a minute, isn't that when you kicked the British out?

  • Get rid of those flags!

  • In your declaration of independence you said that every man has the right to

  • life

  • liberty and the pursuit

  • of happiness!

  • Look down there,

  • because in the pursuit of happiness beautiful things are going to happen into

  • this bowl

  • We're gonna do a New York

  • cheesecake

  • I've got a beautiful recipe that's going to knock your socks off

  • Let's get on with it

  • In the food processor I've got three hundred fifty grams of digestive biscuits

  • I'm going seventy grams of good quality dark chocolate ok so that's a little

  • tweak there. Going in and let's whizz that up.

  • In this little pan here is two hundred and twenty five grams of butter

  • We're just going to melt that down

  • and put that into the machine. We'll whizz that up.

  • So that is ready and raring to go. The first thing I am

  • going to do.

  • Is put all of that cheesecake base. That's that done. This is going to go with the chocolate and butter

  • of course that's going to make this base go super crunchy. Okay that's

  • the base done. Now for the filling. You need nine hundred grams of really good

  • quality

  • cream cheese. Into that we're going to put five whole eggs, make sure they're free range so

  • crack them in. There we go.

  • Very simple. We're going to sweeten it. Some I'm going to go one hundred and fifty grams uh... of

  • sugar

  • also I'm going to put in some vanilla

  • Just get your knife into the pod and run it down the lengths

  • then use the side of the knife to scrape out those seeds

  • And that

  • is like turbo charged in flavour. Really, really gorgeous

  • So this goes in as well and as soon as it's got roughly mixed up I want to get some acidity and

  • flavour in there. And I'm going to use the juice of six limes. So in they go

  • So look, lime has gone in

  • and then we're going to go straight in, beautiful

  • so there we go guy's. A beautiful cheesecake goes into the oven

  • that will sort of plump up and cook

  • and get a little bit color

  • It's set at one hundred sixty degrees celcius which is three hundred and ten

  • fareinheit which is gas mark two and a half

  • Okay so that cheesecake is now cooked. It's had forty to fifty minutes

  • in the oven and it looks a little bit like this.

  • Yeah that's what I'm talking about

  • In itself lime is best friends with coconut. So i want to do an amazing

  • coconut meringue, really, really simple

  • I've got a hundred and ten grams of sugar that goes in like that.

  • I've got

  • uh... three egg whites

  • So I just want to divide the egg

  • in here

  • a pinch of salt is going in

  • that just helps it get a little bit fluffier and whack it on full whack. New York cheesecake.

  • Ooops, wrong knob.

  • Nice

  • So in a matter of minutes we've gone from boring old eggs and sugar

  • we've got something that is soft peaks like that which means that it's just hangin

  • absolutely gorgeous if you touch it between your hands, it's not granular

  • absolutely silky smooth. So over here guys

  • and I'm going to put forty grams of

  • desiccated coconut okay

  • the coconut will work so well with the lime

  • So i'm just going to sprinkle that in

  • It's a really nice tropical flavor, it's the fourth of July man!

  • We can do what we want! Get yourself a piping bag

  • Cut off the end, I'm getting a little star shaped nozzle. It's going to be nice.

  • i'm gonna fill up that bag

  • It's important to lick your fingers when making cake

  • Don't let anyone else tell any different.

  • grab it like this,

  • with your thumb and your forefinger twisted around. Twist it around like this.

  • and then it would just naturally push out the filling to her.

  • so we're going to go from the middle

  • really great to do with kids they love all this

  • and then go back in the little holes. Now this is going to go back into the oven at two and and twenty degrees

  • celsius

  • which is forty two five Fahrenheit which is gas mark 7 or something just for four or

  • five minutes just to put a bit of colour

  • and then

  • what I want to do is put it in the fridge for at least 45minutes

  • to three hours to get it super cold.

  • So overhear I've got one that's come out of the fridge. Get yourself a knife. Big one

  • go to the middle, go right down.

  • of course once it's been into the fridge it's much easier to cut.

  • we go here

  • of course if you want to go for a little bit

  • of the sauce you can just go straight in there. Look at that.

  • wonderful gorgeous

  • My version of a new york cheesecake

  • absolutely pimped to the hilt.

  • that's exactly what i'm talking about

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