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This quick-and-easy dessert is lighter than traditional cheesecake, since it calls for ricotta instead of cream cheese.

Source: Martha Bakes, Episode MBLB1002
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  • almaburgos
    22 FEB, 2017
    Looooovvvveeee It!
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  • silviaercolegm
    25 OCT, 2016
    I made this two days ago, following the video instructions (which are slightly different to the written version). I ate some after refrigerating and initially I was disappointed - it was too eggy. But two days later in the fridge it has developed into something quite delicious. The lemon flavour has developed and the "egginess" has diminished. I have also found that you have to have it with strawberries to really make it sing. I used strawberries macerated in lemon juice and sugar. Lovely
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  • Sweetroop Roop
    11 FEB, 2013
    italian famous dishes & cake please send me this recipes
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  • MS11838470
    26 MAY, 2012
    Love it. I do us my free standing mixer to mix like a regular cheesecake,whip it up!. The taste is great and with a hint of orange to finish. Will make this one again and again.
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  • MS10793502
    29 OCT, 2011
    So disappointed in texture - grainy. I think it might have been better made in a mixer and really whipped. Well, just another recipe that needs improvement
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  • BeanMan
    24 SEP, 2011
    Delicious, easy, and different.
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  • MS10420102
    2 SEP, 2011
    I've been trying to get a hold of my Grandmother's ricotta cheesecake recipe. No one in the family seems to have it, so I though I would try this. This is NOT my grandmother's recipe. Way to many eggs. Tasted like an egg cheesecake, not a ricotta cheesecake.
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  • Cronkie
    22 AUG, 2011
    We've bake many cheesecake and thought we'd give the ricotta recipe a go. Mistake...the day after it cooled it was grainy and tasteless except for the orange rind. Complete waste of ingredients.
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  • samich
    19 FEB, 2011
    there is 16 ounces in a pound so two would be 32 ounces
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  • jdiego586272
    19 FEB, 2011
    How many ounces is 2 pounds of ricotta? The ricotta I found in tubs is measures in ounces.
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