A majestic orange flavoured cheesecake swirled with chocolate goodness. Orange liqueur may be substituted for the orange juice in equal amounts. These cheesecake not only looks fabulous, but the flavour will send you to cheesecake heaven.
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I cant argue that this is a tasty dish - but it couldn't look more different from the picture on this website! The mixture was so watery that there was no way I could have swirled it like this. I had to double the biscuit quantity as the 125g suggested here didn't even cover the base, let alone go 4cm up the side. This is not a recipe to make on the day of a dinner party- after cooking it is essential to allow it to cool for a few hours and fridge over night. But it does survive well in the fridge so great for feeding a lot of people. - 25 Oct 2011
This was really easy to make. Like the first review I too had to use more biscuits for the base, maybe about 250g and I left out the sugar as I find the biscuits sweet enough. I also used two packs of low fat cheese and one full fat to lower the calories ( I always do this and cant tell the difference). Also only added 3 eggs, as 5 seemed a bit too decadant, and also might have made it really wet. It looks and tastes spectacular, thank you for a great mix!!! - 10 Dec 2011
I had the same experience JenniferWaldie. I followed the recipe exactly and it turned out with hardly any base that collapsed upon serving and the topping was like scrambled egg or a bland frittata. Would absolutely NOT recommend this recipe unless you want to waste a lot of time and money. - 08 Oct 2014