I am thinking of baking a three layer cheesecake tomorrow, with the bottom layer being chocolate, middle layer being coffee (kind of like a tiramisu flavor) and the top layer being a regular new york style cheesecake, all topped off with a nice coating of ganache.
My question to you is: should I pour one layer on top of the other before I even put it in the oven; or should I pour in the chocolate layer, bake for a little bit, pour on coffee layer, bake, new york, and then bake until it is fully done?
And if I do the second method, how long should I bake for?
Chantal's New York Cheesecake Recipe - Allrecipes.com
This is the recipe I will be using to base my cheesecake off, I've already used it quite successfully before for regular cheesecakes, and now I want to expand my horizons a bit.