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PHILADELPHIA New York-Style Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake

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It's all here: creamy cheesecake, strawberry jam and a crunchy graham cracker crust—plus a super-easy technique for achieving the swirl.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
5 hr 25 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
12/28/2006
It was very good, but, honestly, I would have just preferred the plain version with sliced strawberries in juice on top . It looked pretty much like the pictures, but the jam did not give it that much of a strawberry taste. Next time I will stick to Kraft's New York style yummy plain version, which I usually make and which is delicious!
posted:
12/28/2006
Next time, I will try to make sure the graham crust is thinner than before because I do not like like a lot of crust. I will also try to be more creative with the strawberry jam.
posted:
12/28/2006
It Just Looks Good But I Will Try It One Day Because My Husband Would LOve It?
posted:
12/28/2006
Mine tasted yummy, but they didn't look as pretty as they do in the picture : )
posted:
12/26/2006
this is a very good reciepe and easy to pepare
posted:
12/26/2006
I made this for Christmas and it was delcious.It does take more than 40 minutes to bake at least 1 hour. FAr as the previous commnet on it cracking cheesecakes do crack on the edges.. Sure doesn't spoil the taste.
posted:
12/25/2006
I used splenda for baking, Neuchfel cheese and sugar free strawberry jam. This cut calories, fat, and some sugar. It turned out very good. No one could tell it was healthier.
posted:
12/24/2006
I was really disappointed with this recipe. It looked NOTHING like the picture when it came out of the oven. It was all puffed up and cracked! It took WAY more than 40 minutes to bake and I still threw away the three center pieces because they never quite set. I ended up cutting it and putting it on a platter because it looked a little better that way and also because I was so horrified by the way it looked that I HAD to taste it first to make sure it was edible. Oh, and you DEFINITELY have to heat the jam in the microwave first, or it won't marble. I followed the recipe exactly. I have no idea what happened. It tasted good, but it caused WAY too much stress. I won't make this again - I'll stick to a regular cheesecake.
posted:
12/23/2006
This was very easy to make. I'll definitely make this again. I did have some trouble swirling the jam on top though. The jam kept getting mixed with the cheesecake batter so it practically disappeared! Nonetheless, it's still a great recipe.
posted:
12/23/2006
We had the whole family home for Thanksgiving, so I thought I would try this reccipe. I was "Momma the Great" after everyone had some. This dish is now part of our holiday menu.
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