Hokkaido cheese tarts…..

I tried to introduce my page through this video to my dear subscribers and all the viewers. Its heart breaking to see how people dislike someones effort at once with out  looking at the picture as a whole. As I just started my page I tried to get you all in this way to the page. Its a very innocent try. May be I am wrong here. I thought to try a new method…Sorry If I did something bad…….

Any way I will tell why I was so impressed about these beautiful little tarts. Recently I went to Chadstone shopping centre  to change my video camera to a better one. When I was walking I saw this cart with full of little tarts. No wonder why I stopped there. I was looking at them for a while. People were lining up in a queue to buy them. I was waiting to buy them  too. I got several and tasted one. It was awesome. Nice and creamy , very colourful and soft in the middle. All I did while driving back was thinking how to make them for you all.

This is the end product.  I love them so much. I am so happy to get these results. It looks the same and tastes the same. It didn’t stay long  all gone in few minutes. All I like to say is try this at least once and see how beautiful they are……………..


[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6qhUY4m5n0&w=560&h=315]

Ingredients for the base

  • 180g Plain flour
  • 40g Sugar
  • 85g Butter
  • 2 Yolks
  • 1 Tblsp Milk

For the Filling

  • 1125g Cream cheese
  • 130g Mascarpone
  • 20g cheddarCheese
  • 10g ParmesanCheese
  • 30g Butter
  • 130ml Milk
  • 50g Icing sugar
  • 20g Corn starch
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla
  • Pinch Salt
  • 1 Egg yolk


  1. For the tarts add flour, sugar, butter, yolks and pulse or mix well.
  2. Next add milk little by little and the make the dough.
  3. Then leave to rest in fridge.
  4. Meanwhile make the filling. Add all the cheeses, butter , milk, icing sugar corn starch, vanilla, salt in to a pot and cook until thick. Take out and leave to cool down.
  5. Take the tart dough out and roll to a thin layer. Cut the dough to circles. use a muffin pan or tart cases and press in.
  6. Add a spoon full of the mix.
  7. Bake on 160c about 15 min and take out and brush with egg yolk and bake 10 more again
  8. Cool on a wire rack.


4 thoughts on “Hokkaido cheese tarts…..

  1. So this is what they are called! A friend offered me one but had no name for it. Hope to make it someday! Thanks for your recipes by the way. I've been watching your YouTube videos regularly and drooling over the recipes but unfortunately don't have the facilities for actually trying out your recipes in a student dorm. As soon as I do I'm going to start learning how to cook using your recipes. Being Sri Lankan myself, only Sri Lankan recipes will do for me!

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