22 June 2013

Greek yogurt cheescake with pomegranate Syrup









You know always I see pomegranate like a beauty and special fruit but always say, but only eat seeds!
Until I find this lovely cheescake with pomegranate syrup I love the color and was delicious.
I find this in one of my Bon Appetite magazines
and Im sharing this recipe with Cook-your-books hosted by Joyce from Kitchen flavours


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Ingredients
Crust
1 1/2 fine cup graham cracker crumbs
1/2 cup unsalted butter
melted 
3/4 cup sugar
 
Filling
1 1/2 cream cheese package (about 350 g)
2 teaspoon powdered gelatin
room temperature
1 1/2 cups plain whole greek yogurt
3/4 cup sugar
2 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon salt
 
Pomegranate syrup
 
1 cup pomegranate juice
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoon light corn syrup
pomegrante seeds
 
You need to a springfrom pan about 20cm
 
Method
 
Crust:
Coat bottom  and sides of pan with nontisck spray.
Line bottom with a parchement paper round.
Using your fingertips fix graham craker crumbs, butter ans sugar. until mixture holdst together.
Pack onto bottom in pan, in an even layer.
Chill until firm at least 1 hour.
 
Filling:
Place gelatin and 1 1/2 tablespoon cold water in a heatproof bowl.
Let stand until softened  5-10 minutes.
Pulse cream cheese , yogurt,sugar, lemon juice, vanilla,and salt in a food processor scraping down sides as needed, until completely smooth.
Pour water into a small skillet over medium heat.
Place bowl with gelatin in skillet until dissolved about 2 minutes.
 
 With processor running drizzle gelatin into cream cheese mixture, mix until blended. Pour into prepared crust.Smooth top and cover tightly with plastic wrap and chill for 4 hours ate least in the fridge before serving.
 
Pomegranate syrup.
 
Bring a simmer the pomegranate juice, sugar, pomegranate seeds and corn syrup in a medium saucepan  over medium low heat whisking occasionally  until syrup is thickened, shiny   this about 30 minutes.
Let cool.
Serve the cheescake with this syrup.Add some pomegranate seeds.
Note : I made the juice blended some pomegranate seeds and
water and then I pass through a sieve.
Also you can make ahead pomegranate syrup.
 
 
 
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EN ESPAÑOL
Cheescake de yogurt griego con jarabe de granadas















Normalmente cuando veía granadas (hace años) las encontraba visualmente preciosas pero decía que le comen?
Mi abuelita con una cucharita raspando las semillas y me convidaba eran ricas, pero encontraba que eran tan pocas.
Mi marido las adora tambien y compró hace poco y yo reservé una para hacer esta receta que ven y que cambió totalmente mi concepto, cuando hice este syrup para el cheescake quedé impresionada por el color y me encantó el sabor espero que aporvechen cuando vean granadas que son típicas de esta época.

Ingredientes
Masa
1 1/2 taza de galletas molidas (cuando no tengo hasta cereales ocupo la cosa es poder hacer una masa de cheescake)
1/2 taza de mantequilla
1/4 taza de azúcar

Relleno
2 cucharaditas de gelatina en polvo
sin sabor
1 1/2 paquete de queso crema tipo Filadelfia
1 1/2 taza de yogurt griego sin sabor
3/4 taza de azúcar
2 cucharaditas de jugo de limón
1 cucharadita extracto de vainilla
1/2 cucharadita de sal

Syrup o jarabe de granada
1 taza de jugo de granada
1/2 taza de azúcar
2 cucharadas de jarabe de maiz (corn syrup) en el Líder
semillas de granada

Preparación



 

93 comments:

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    1. wow...I've never heard of this! It's beautiful! I love the red and white! Wish I could eat a piece right off the screen!!

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    2. hehe! Dont tell Pat I said you:)

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    3. Oh no...I saw it before I read your comment!

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    4. Not matter. he only wants bury me :(

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    5. CHEATER! More dirt for you, I'll get some greek dirt and chuck on you lol

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    6. Oh! Betsy I told you he will bury me ver and ever:(

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    7. anyway you were sleeping last night!

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    8. haha ! I dont believe that! he only wants bury me always:)

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  2. Love this recipe and you see my new Teapot???

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  3. I too want a large slice! It looks so tempting, Gloria.

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  4. anything with pomegranate is good :)

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  5. Gloria , your cheesecake looks very tempting ! Love the pom syrup , the color is just wonderful :) Love the new teapot as well .....

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    1. Thanks Anne and yes I love this teapot!!

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  6. That looks so good! You make the prettiest things Gloria!!!
    xo Kris

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    1. Thanks so much Kris and you make lovely summer food!

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  7. This is a different idea, Greek yogurt cheesecake. It looks so good, and I love your dishes.

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    1. Thanks Christine greek yogurt is amazing to this type of recipes!

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  8. It does looks pretty and very delicious Gloria...wish I could try some too!

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  9. This must be so nice! I have never made cheesecake and would love to make one soon. Excellent with pomegranates. X

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    1. Greek yogurt in cheescake is absolutely amazing Alida!

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  10. I love pomegranate - what a lovely idea!

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  11. Hi Gloria,
    This is such a lovely dessert! I love pomegranate! And having it in your delicious cheesecake dessert looks absolutely delicious! Thank you for being part of Cook-Your-Books!
    You could link your post to the thumbnail linky at :
    http://mycookinggallery.blogspot.com/2013/06/cook-your-books-1.html

    Thank you, Gloria! Hope you have a great week ahead!

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  12. That looks like a beautiful dessert! Your china is so pretty too.

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  13. Refreshing and delicious.

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  14. I can't wait to try this, Gloria.
    It looks so pretty...and I absolutely adore your china!

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    1. Thanks Ygraine, I bought in a sale and love it!

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  15. this looks so good keep meaning to make pomegranite syrup

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  16. oh my gloria...this looks wonderful...i like cheesecake...and the fruity flavors sound delish...

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    1. Aloha Brian! How. Was your wekend? This was really delicious and the kids loved too:))

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  17. Tengo que probarlo, porque me encantan las tartas de queso.
    Ahora aquí no hay granadas (no es la época, claro), pero me parece una idea buenísima hacer ese sirope, lo probaré cuando sea invierno aquí.
    Un beso.

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    1. Lo se Marga es que yo queria aprovechar que teniamos granadas es una opcion muy buena porque en el invierno no hay tantas cosas con color.guardala para el invierno.

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  18. Que riiiiiico! debe quedar buenísimo porque el yogur griego tiene un sabor y textura muy especial.

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    1. Gracias Fran si ademas queda muy liviano!

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  19. So gorgeous with the pomegranate syrup!!! Perfect cheesecake, Gloria!

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  20. Oh wow, that's what I said when I saw that first picture! I want some now!

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  21. hi gloria, i just posted a cheesecake too. I've never eaten pomegranate but i think they are really such a beauty!pretty with the syrup!

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    1. Thanks Lena I will see yours now!!

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  22. Che bella torta fresca e golosa :) Un bacione, buona settimana

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  23. I've never seen cheesecake with yoghurt before. Looks lovely! :)

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    1. Thanks rachel, with yogurt is really good!

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  24. Looks lovely and beautiful.. Loved this cheesecake :-)

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  25. Pomegrantes is one of my favourite fruit and I love it that you used it over cheesecake.

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    1. I love pomegranates now! love the color!

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  26. Hola Gloria: Sabes? yo soy una fan de las granadas. Había un árbol precioso en la casa de mi abuela y las comíamos ahí, directamente.
    Me encantan, las utilizo mucho en preparaciones dulces y saladas (la carne de ternera con salsa de granada es sorprendentemente buena) Además preparo jugos (lo ví en Turquia y me aficioné) con ellas exprimiendolas como una naranja.
    Así que no me cabe la menor duda de que este cheesecake con sirope de granada estaba espectacular.
    te dejo un abrazo y te deseo una gran semana

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    1. Me encanta el color Natalia y es verdad el jugo es delicioso, el otro día la Esperanza trajo un té de esos en tarro y era con granadas, delicioso, mi abuelita siempre tenía tambien y la comí con una cuchara!
      Que tengas una buena semana
      besos

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  27. That looks and sounds lovely! The pomegranate syrup makes the dessert so colorful.

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  28. I made this around the holidays and it was so good!

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  29. Awe, gee, Gloria, you didn't have to make me such a delicious looking cake for my birthday, lol...Oh, you didn't. Well, that's okay, I'm eating it all up anyway!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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    1. Louise but your bisrthday is today o was yesterday? Im sure is in these days!
      ANyway Happy birthday again!
      I have almost ready one of your recipes to the Pic nic!!
      xo

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  30. Mmmm! Love anything with pomegranates!

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    1. you love pomegranates? you always surprise me:)
      I love too!

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  31. Yum yum yum! Now all I need to add is a bit of rum rum rum ;)

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    1. Rum? Blue really in this case I think is OK but maybe:))
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    2. I was just kidding. But it looks delicious!

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    3. I know you are kidding! me too!

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  32. Mi Gloria, feliz verano!! ;) o para ti, feliz invierno :)...tu cheesecake de yogurt se ve maravilloso y con el jarabe de granadas..que color!!!!
    o me pongo nerviosa con esa fruta por lo tremenda que me resulta para pelar ;) será que soy una vaga???
    Te deseo lo mejor mi niña..nunca te olvido eh!!!! <3

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    1. Si Juani nosotros en pleno invierno i hace mucho frio, pero hoy es un dia precioso y la cordillera nevada, nevó mucho arriba.
      Fijate que mi abuelita se las comia con una cucharita y yo hice lo mismo, las partí en dos y le saqué las pepas con una cucharita , y no me olvides amiga hace tiempo que no venias por acá, besos

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  33. Gloria, This would be a perfect dessert for my better half! She loves cheesecake and she loves yogurt... Thanks and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  34. really beautiful! two of my very favorite ingredients!
    Mary x

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  35. Una tarta de queso deliciosa y el sirope de granada me encanta!! En mi casa le sacamos las semillas a la granada partiéndola por la mitad y dándole golpecitos (por la parte de la monda)con una cuchara, salen estupendamente. Besos

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    1. tambien lo hago con una cuchara Rosana! Te encantará este cheescake!

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  36. Wow! This is so inviting & delicious! Would love to hv a slice now! YUM!

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    1. Thanks Kit, I love this cheescake!

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  37. Good Afternoon Gloria, I adore Greek yoghurt and I love pomegranates, so you can guess what I am going to say, I love this recipe. I have only ever eaten fresh pomegranates and I have never eaten pomegranate syrup, but I do have a sweet tooth, so I know I will love it.
    Thank you for another fabulous recipe.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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  38. good afternoon Daphne, I do love pomegranates adn greek yogurt, you can make this récipe with pomegranates juice or fresh pomegrantes, I love the color!
    Thanks for stopping by!

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  39. Absolutely divine! A fresh, summery and delightful dessert.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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