Our pearl and cheesecake strudel is a real treasure. Thanks to the cheesecake filling, it’s crispy on the outside and nice and creamy on the inside. The feeling of goodness is further enhanced by the magical combination of pear and cinnamon. You just can’t resist. Add walnuts for a little bite. Voila! Just wonderful.
You can get more out of a pear and cheesecake studel by whipping it up with fresh and delicious ice cream or whipped cream. This will make the evening of self-care a complete success. Of course, you can also get some compliments on your baking skills and share this dish with others. It’s also perfect for a serious movie date.
But really, this recipe is just an upgrade to apple strudel (or apple strudel cake?). Of course, this is really loved. If you’re still feeling a little more flavor and experience, just grab the Pear and Cheesecake Studel. Otherwise, the EAT CLUB can serve other excellent desserts. Just go to our recipe collection and you can check out delicious recipes there. have fun!
We got it: Strudel will make you happy. So we hope these recipes will make you happy too-
So, now enjoy baking the amazing Pear and Cheesecake Sroudel. By the way, insider tip: take your time rolling the strudel. This may seem difficult at first, but all you need is patience and a steady hand. I wish you success!
Pear Cheesecake Strudel
Use this Pear and Cheesecake Studel (especially with ice cream) for a great night out. Just do something good for yourself. Watch your favorite movie and snuggle up in a cozy blanket, because you deserve it.
Mix the flour, 1 quart of salt, oil and 150 ml of warm water for at least 5 minutes to make a smooth dough. If the dough is too dry, add a little oil, if it is soft, add a little flour. Form the dough into a ball, cover with oil and cover for 1 hour.
Mix mixed cheese, 100 grams of sugar, corn flour, lemon zest and 3 tbsp of lemon juice. Mix eggs one by one. Wash, peel, quarter and mash the mushrooms. Cut the meat into small cubes. Mix with 3 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tbsp sugar and cinnamon. Chop in the walnuts and mix.
Melt the butter. Spread the dough into a rectangle on a floured tea towel. Gently stretch with your hands to the size of a tea towel. Rub the flour gently with butter. Sprinkle one half of one short side with breadcrumbs.
Spread the cheese mixture on top, spread the pear mixture on top, leaving a border of 2 cm on each side. Fold the long sides over the filling, then use the tea towel to roll from the short side.
Place the strudel diagonally on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Brush with the remaining butter. In a preheated oven (electric oven: 180 degrees; fan: 160 degrees, gas mark 2) for about 45 minutes. Let it cool. Dust with powdered sugar. Serve with ice cream or ice cream.