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How to defrost a cheesecake quickly?

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banned3y, 7m agoPosted 3 years, 7 months ago
Yes, i know i should have left it out to defrost earlier but i forgot
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banned3y, 7m agoPosted 3 years, 7 months ago
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in the microwave on defrost!!

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#1
in the microwave on defrost!!
#2
Just eat it, it won't do you any harm, just like frozen cake
#3
microwave, just keep checking it regularly to stand a chance at hitting it at the sweet-spot ;)
#4
If it's in a sealed plastic/aluminium tray you can use the water bath method by submerging it near to the rim in tap water. This will help to absorb the heat (cold) from the cheesecake and aid defrosting. It will make a difference if the water is changed often. That said if it's still slightly frozen you wont keel over, I've eaten many a quite frozen cheesecakes.

Edited By: Astec123 on Apr 10, 2013 20:38
#5
Cut it into slices and seperate them and leave it on a plate.
#6
Put it in the airing cupboard.

Perhaps you should change your username? :)

Edited By: Toptrumpet on Apr 10, 2013 20:44
#7
Flamethrower
#8
Take out of freezer to a warm place. Post your question on hukd, then wait about an hour for a suitable reply. Hey presto - defrosted cake!
#9
how do you survive general day to day life?
banned#10
I know the mods dont like it, but OP seriously does need to change their username going by their questions! oO
#11
put it on the drainer if it is stainless steel or ceramic. Have as much surface contact as possible, metan and ceramic are good heat conductors.

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