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A question about a recipe: Amaro Ricotta Cheesecake

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I have a question about the recipe "Amaro Ricotta Cheesecake" from Samantha Weiss Hills. Can I use Frangelico in this recipe instead of amaro? Thank you!

asked by Susie Stenmark 18 days ago

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added 16 days ago

I'd be careful with that. Amaro is a bitter. Frangelico is super-sweet. Would totally change the flavor profile.

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added 16 days ago

Thanks so much for your response. Good point re sweet/bitter.

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Samantha Weiss Hills

Samantha is a freelance writer and editor.

added 7 days ago

I agree with Matti! Two very different types of liqueurs. It could be an interesting route to sub a small portion of the amaro with the Frangelico, though!

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added 7 days ago

Thanks for your opinion. I'd love to make a cheesecake with Frangelico!

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