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The random article for Tuesday, 23 October 2018 is Japanese cheesecake.
Japanese cheesecake (also cotton cheesecake or light cheesecake) is a type of sponge cake originated in Hakata, Japan in 1948. It has a less sweet flavor and fewer calories than standard cheesecake, containing less cheese and sugar. The cake is made with cream cheese, butter, sugar, whipped cream and eggs, and is traditionally made in a bain-marie.Similar to chiffon cake, Japanese cheesecake has a fluffy texture produced by whipping egg white and egg yolk separately.
The cake was popularised in the 1990s as the signature dish of Uncle Tetsu's Cheesecake bakery.
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