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How to Make Salted Caramel Marble Rare Cheesecake

The Salted Caramel Marble Rare Cheesecake is a decadent dessert that combines the rich, creamy texture of cheesecake with the sweet, salty, and buttery flavors of homemade salted caramel. This cheesecake is not just a treat for the eyes with its marble-like appearance but also for the palate, offering a delightful balance of flavors that are sure to satisfy any caramel lover.

The recipe starts with a base of Graham biscuits and unsalted butter, creating a crispy and buttery crust that contrasts beautifully with the smooth and creamy cheesecake filling. The cheesecake itself is made with cream cheese, sour cream, unsweetened yogurt, and fresh cream, all blended together to achieve a silky smooth texture. The secret to its creamy texture lies in the incorporation of gelatin, which helps to set the cheesecake without making it too firm.

For the Salted Caramel Cream:

- 50g Caster Sugar

- 1 Tablespoon Water

- 50g Fresh Cream

- 2 Pinches of Salt

For the Rare Cheesecake:

- 60g Graham Biscuits

- 30g Unsalted Butter

- 200g Cream Cheese

- 60g Sour Cream

- 60g Unsweetened Yogurt

- 200g Fresh Cream

- 50g Granulated Sugar

- 8g Gelatin

Preparation:

1. Salted Caramel Cream:

   - Heat caster sugar and water in a small pot over medium heat until it reaches a desired brown color. Be careful not to burn it.

   - Once the mixture has cooled, add fresh cream and mix well.

   - Add 2 pinches of salt, mix, and let it cool.

2. Rare Cheesecake:

   - Crush the Graham biscuits in a thick bag and melt the unsalted butter in a microwave at 600W for 50 seconds. Mix the melted butter with the crushed biscuits.

   - Spread the mixture in a mold, press it flat with a cup, and chill in the refrigerator.

   - In a separate bowl, mix cream cheese, granulated sugar, sour cream, and yogurt until smooth.

   - Warm the softened gelatin in a microwave at 500W for about 20 seconds, then add it to the cheesecake mixture and mix well.

3. Assembly:

   - Layer the cheesecake mixture and salted caramel cream in the mold, starting with the cheesecake layer, followed by the salted caramel cream.

   - Use a bamboo skewer to create a marble effect.

   - Chill in the refrigerator until solid.

4. Decoration:

   - Once the cheesecake is solid, remove it from the mold and decorate it with the cake decoration techniques of your choice.

Tips:

- Ensure all ingredients are at room temperature before mixing.

- The salted caramel cream should be smooth and not too grainy.

- The cheesecake layers should be evenly distributed and the marble effect should be clearly visible.

Enjoy your homemade Salted Caramel Marble Rare Cheesecake!

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