This ricotta cheese cake is done in half bake sheet pan. This Yield 20 square 2"x2" pieces.
Ingredients2 Lb of hand made fresh ricotta cheese
1 cup of manufactured cream
2 whole eggs
1/2 cup of granulated sugar
2 cup of crumble cookies (your choice
1/2 cup of brown sugar
4 ounces of melted unsalted butter
1/2 cup of chocolate chip
4 ounces of crushed walnuts
pinch of salt
Ricotta cheese cake
Wrap the bottom of a half sheet pan with a plastic film and the edges also. In a stainless steel bowl mix the crumble cookies with the brown sugar,the walnuts and the chocolate chip, add the melted butter combine the mixture together and spread it on the bottom of the pan, press down to make sure is nice and firm,place in the refrigerator until the next step. Take another bowl and mixed your hand made ricotta cheese from scratch, add the sugar stir in the whole eggs, mix slowly with the cup of manufactured cream, as soon as everything is well incorporate to a smooth creamy consistency. Remove the pan with the cookies mixture out of the refrigerator, poor in the cheese mixture and cover evenly with it. Place the pan into a larger sheet pan and then place in the oven already heated at 250 degrees; fill out the large pan with water until the half sheet pan is surrounds it. If you have a gas or electric oven the temperature more appropriate for this baking application will be at 300 degree. Baked for 20 minutes until the cream is firm and you will see when the liquid is not wobbling. Remove out of the oven. Air chill on your counter, than refrigerate it, until will be ready to garnished and decorate as you like. When it's cold it will be easy to mold out by putting the half sheet pan on the rear surface of a larger pan also wrapped with the film, and pulling out the film of the small sheet pan, as soon you do this, the cake will be on the surface of large pan upside down with a cookie crust up, place your bottom of the half sheet pan cover with a parchment paper the same size of the pan on the top of the cookie crust turn the pan onto the other side, lift up the large pan and now your cake will be ready to cut into 2"x2" squares. Like in the picture above.