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75-100 Grams of cream cheese
2 Tablespoons of sour cream
1/2 Teaspoon of vanilla extra
1 Teaspoon of lemon juice
4-6 Tablespoons of sugar
Top with cream & anything you desire
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if anyone actually does this at home please record it and post it and share the link on here because i want to see the consistency of it if it really is good cheesecake, it looks GREAT but it also looks shiny and cheesecake doesnt really shine lol but i do wanna see it! i cant make it sadly i dont have all those ingredients but i wanna see
And i think , it is COULD be a good idea to put some Cookie Crumbs at the bottom of the mug and let them soak a little bit of moisture from the mixture, to make the cake in the Glas Mug more lookalike to a "normal" Cheesecake... :-)
Hello! I came by to say thanks for making this video! I found it this morning, and I got so excited I rushed to the store to get the ingredients lol. I'm not the biggest fan of cheesecake, but my dad is and I knew that he'd love it! So thanks for showing this recipe to us! I'll certainly be using it in the future for my dad! :)
4 - 6 tablespoons of sugar? Noooooo.... its so sinful. Sugar surging thru your veins?! I would stay a million miles away from something like this. Lets all be mindful of health aspects when creating recipes. Such a shame to get cancer or diabetes from mere stupidity.
So I unintentionally took about 3 years off of watching your channel. I can remember being very young discovering your videos about 5 years ago, I would use your videos to get inspired and to learn as much as I can and since then I have gone to culinary school (Currently working on a Bachelors Degree), cooked for very important people and had received different certifications blah blah blah. I came back expecting your channel to be dead or torn to pieces by youtube but seeing how literally nothing changed (minus your sub count) makes me so happy to have found your content again. Have a good day mate and thanks for being a great inspiration/help!
i know a good soup recipe called "Ukha" and it's really the most natural soup you can have.
Ukha is kind of a russian fish soup, made near a river and stuff you find arround you on top of a campfire.
for this you'll need:
-A small river or body of water where fish is comonly seen near the shores.
-Any basic vegetables that grow in your (or in my case my grandma's) garden, Potatoes are needed, you can make ukha without it but you need potatoes both to add flavor and to tell you when it's ready
-a fresh fish of any kind
-drinking water, don't get the water from the body of water you catch the fish from unless having a stomach adventure of a lifetime is your interest
->ONE cooking knife
-a few bricks
-Basic herbal spices
Once you get to your location of choice, you start cooking.
Step uhhh -1, catching the actual fish. if you're near a small river where water only gets to your thighs or something you can easily catch a fish with your bare hands, if you can't bring a fishing rod
step 1: cut down a small tree, we don't need that much wood
step 2: make just enough firewood for a few hours
step 3: keep one log intact and use that as your cutting board, to make sure you don't lose your knife, in my case a Kalashnikov bayonet for an AK-47, stick in in the actual log and go retrieve the fish you caught earlier
step 4: preparing the fish
Prepare your fish like any fishermen would do, right on the spot, cut the head off and cut it in half, cut the bones out and remove the useless organs you won't eat anyway. or you can do it simple and cut the opened fish in 4 pieces and throw the big chunks in the pot, but i prefer doing it the right way of removing the skin bones and organs. keep the head in the pot if you want to add extra flavor or throw it away for small animals to have an easy snack later.
Step 5: add the water in the pot, about halfway filled should be fine
step 6: cut up your vegetables and throw them into the pot, simple enough, but don't make any large chunks, there's more flavor this way.
Step 7: add your basil and other herbal spices of your choice
Step 8: Add a bay leaf
Step 9: add salt and pepper to taste
step 10: cover it up and let it cook, check the potatoes every now and then, if the potatoes are ready, it's ready
step 11: serve yourself a generous portion and enjoy this with a side of absolutely nothing or other russian meals such as a Cheburek. look up "Cheburek life of boris" to get a good recipe.
if you are expecting guests or want another portion later on just
keep the cover back on to keep it hot,