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Prep time : 1 mins
Cook time : 15 mins
Total time : 15 mins
Main Ingredient : Milk
12 reviews so far
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 22, 2018
Now the cream cheese is ready to serve.
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Cream cheese is a soft, mild-tasting fresh cheese with a high fat content. It is easy to prepare at home and stored in refrigerator.
Ann ran Posted on Wed Mar 30 2016
keshvji khimani Posted on Wed Mar 30 2016
need to see the finish cheese?
aashiya2112 naik Posted on Wed Mar 30 2016
yeah...xactly...how it turns out v need to c?
sofia Posted on Wed Mar 30 2016
where is the finish product?
neetavs Posted on Thu Mar 31 2016
we need to see the texture of the cream cheese so it was important to show the complete recipe with the finished product.?
Ramnath Prabhu Posted on Thu Mar 31 2016
What is the difference between this cream cheese, paneer and cottage cheese??
Anju zanzibarwala Posted on Thu Mar 31 2016
Sara M Posted on Mon Apr 04 2016
where s d final product. pls end the video with tat.?
ansar Jugnoo Posted on Wed Apr 06 2016
Thank you so much?
Fakhruddin Modi Posted on Thu Apr 28 2016
its vinegar...not venigar...?
Becky Grimshaw Posted on Sun Jun 19 2016
What is the difference between heavy cream and full fat cream, I thought it was the same?
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