A totally Delectable White Chocolate and Ginger Cheesecake and Cocoa Meringues

Thursday 17 October 2013

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It’s our favourite themed week of the year, Chocolate Week has arrived and The English Provender Co. has put together a selection of delectable chocolate recipes for all you chocoholics!  

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This year why not try making some tasty desserts using The English Provender Co. Luxury Ginger Curd to make a luxurious White Chocolate and Ginger Curd Cheesecake or chocolately Cocoa Meringues. These simple yet exquisite recipes will be sure to keep your chocolate cravings satisfied!  

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*White Chocolate and Ginger Curd Cheesecake*
 Serves: 8 
Printable Recipe

If you like ginger you will love this!

75 g butter (1/3 cup)

150 g plain chocolate digestive biscuits, crushed (1 2/3 cup)

200 g good quality white chocolate (7 ounces)

500 g mascarpone cheese (2 cups)

315 g jar The English Provender Co. Luxury Ginger Curd (about a cup and a half)

Grated white chocolate or chocolate curls, to decorate  

Melt the butter in a medium saucepan and stir in the biscuits. Press into the base of a 20 cm loose -bottomed round cake tin. Chill whilst preparing the filling 2. Place the chocolate in a bowl set over a pan of simmering water and heat gently, stirring occasionally until melted. 3. Place the mascarpone in a bowl and whisk in the ginger curd until smooth. Whisk in the melted chocolate. Spoon over the base and chill for 1- 2 hours 4. Carefully remove from the tin and decorate with grated chocolate or chocolate curls. Serve in slices

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*Cocoa Meringues with Luxury Ginger Curd*
Makes about 15
Printable Recipe

Crisp chocolate flavoured meringues filled with a ginger cream.  Delicious!

2 large free range egg whites
100 g caster sugar(1/2 cup)
2 teaspoons cocoa powder, plus extra for dusting
150 ml double cream (2/3 cup)
3 tablespoons The English Provender Co. Luxury Ginger Curd

Preheat the oven to 140°C, Gas Mark 1. Lightly grease 2 large baking sheets and line with baking paper

Place the egg whites into a large spotlessly clean mixing bowl and using an electric whisk, beat until they form stiff peaks. Add the sugar a tablespoon at a time, whisking well after each addition, until the mixture is smooth, thick and glossy

Sift the cocoa powder over the top and using a metal spoon fold it over a few times until the mixture is streaked

Using a teaspoon, place heaped teaspoons of the mixture, spaced a little apart onto the prepared baking sheets, until you have 30 meringues. Flatten slightly

Bake in a preheated oven for 1½ hours, or until the meringues peel easily away from the baking paper without resistance. Leave to cool.

Whisk the cream with the ginger curd until thick. Spread a little cream on the flat side of a meringue, then sandwich together with another meringue. Repeat with remaining meringues

Place on a serving plate, dust with a little cocoa powder. Serve immediately.

Uniquely indulgent The English Provender Co Luxury Ginger Curd is completely free from artificial flavour and colours, and is available in a 325g bottle for £2.49.  It has a wonderful flavour.  If you like Ginger you will love this.  It's wonderful on pancakes or drizzled over ice cream, but be sure to check out their page for some other delectable recipes to use it in such as a St Clements Cake and a Chocolate Roulade with a Ginger Curd Mousse Filling!

new, totally unique & indulgently delicious Luxury Ginger Curd. It's perfect drizzled over lemon sponge cake or swirled through ice cream. - See more at: http://www.englishprovender.com/product/53/luxury-ginger-curd#sthash.CNBbueK8.dpuf


  1. They both look luxurious. That ginger curd sounds very tasty.

  2. Ramona it is a very delicious heavily gingered lemon curd. Fabulous! You could make it yourself by making some lemon curd and adding grated ginger to the curd mixture while you are cooking it. I bet that would work fabulously! I'd also add some powdered ginger.

  3. Would you check the link to the Christmas Cookbooklet? Nothing happens when I click it. Thanks.

  4. Links have all been corrected now Kate! Sorry for any inconvenience!

  5. Ginger Curd?! That looks amazing!! And dangerous... I think I know what to get my Mom for Christmas now, she would go crazy over that! I like ginger, but she LOVES it. You really do get the neatest things to try!


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