It is Fathers Day and my Father in law loves desserts Indian or not it doesn’t matter . So just going with the flow I made a cheery CHERRY PiE for him
Eggless of course
So here it is for the Rockstar in our lives

Merry Cherry Pie

1 cup cherries fresh/ tinned
1 cup hung curd
1 cup condensed milk
3/4 cup cream
2 tbsp powdered sugar
2 tbsp gelatine
2–3 drops of red food colour

12-14 butter cookies/ biscuits
2 tbsp butter

For the glaze
1 tbsp cornflour
2 tsp sugar
3-4drops red food colour
1/3 cup water

Making the base
Crush the cookies mix in the butter Scatter in a pie dish . Press it in and n keep in the Freezer to set

Dissolve the gelatine in 1/4 cup of water n leave it to bloom

Stewed cherries
Reserve a few cherries for decoration n deseed the rest .Sprinkle 2 tbsp sugar on the cherries n cook them for 4-5 mins till the sugar melts n we get a syrup. Cool

Making of the Cheesecake mix
Mix the cream , condensed milk n hung curd with 2 tbsp of pwd sugar n whisk till smooth. Do not whisk too much or it will start releasing water ( this should be at room temp). Mix in 2-3 drops of red colour add half the syrup from the stewed cherries n the stewed sherries
Heat the gelatine in a double boiler till it melts no more / heat in a microwave for max 10 -15 seconds n slowly fold it in the cheesecake mix . Pour this on this on the set
Biscuits n keep in the freezer to set. Should take about 1-2 hours

Making of the glaze
Mix the cornflour , water n the rest of the syrupy heat till it gets a translucent texture
Take it off the flame n mix in the colour. Let it cool

Once the cheese cake is set pour this glaze over the cheesecake n decorate with cherries
Chill once more for the glaze to set


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