Burnt Basque cheesecake is a popular dessert originating from the Basque region of Spain. Unlike a traditional cheesecake, the burnt Basque cheesecake has a unique burnt exterior with a creamy and custardy interior. The cheesecake is made with a few simple ingredients, including cream cheese, heavy cream, sugar, eggs, and flour.
The ingredients are blended together to create a smooth batter that is then baked at a high temperature until the top is golden brown and slightly burnt. The cheesecake is served chilled and often dusted with powdered sugar. The burnt Basque cheesecake has gained popularity in recent years and is now commonly found on dessert menus in restaurants around the world.