In a medium bowl, mix together your crushed Nila wafers, butter and brown sugar and then press them into a crust into a lightly greased springform pan, carefully put your pan on the trivet and set aside.
Next, in a 6 quart mixing bowl, cream together your cream cheese and sugar with a mixer on medium speed. Scrape down the sides as needed.
Then add your ricotta, sour cream or Greek yogurt and vanilla. Beat until smooth. Scraping sides as needed.
Add one egg at a time, blending it completely before adding the next.
Then beat in your flour and cornstarch.
Finally pour your batter over your crust and cover your pan with the foil "lid" you made in step 1
Seal and cook on high pressure for 25 minutes and natural release for 15 minutes before quick releasing
Once cooking is done, carefully remove lid and foil covering from pan (do not let lid liquid drip into cheesecake) and place a clean cooking towel over the top of the insert. Be careful not to let the towel touch the top of the cake. Cool for one hour.
Remove the springform pan from unit and let it cool completely before placing in the fridge overnight.
The next day carefully remove cake from your springform pan and place on a platter.
Gently pull foil away- ripping if necessary and remove entirely from cake.
Slice cake and serve topped with preferred topping.
Make sure to only mix, beat or combine your ingredients in each step to the consistency stated in the step. If you mix, beat or combine your ingredients too much, it will give you a less desirable consistency in the end product.
The center of your cheesecake won’t be completely set when you remove the lid of your Instant Pot. This is okay. You don’t want it to be overcooked. It will crack the top and give you a less desirable consistency in the end product if it is overcooked.
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