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Melt the butter ... Add sugar and lemon juice and eggs. ... teaspoon in each tart before baking. The lemon curd will keep in the refrigerator for a few weeks.
1. Place butter ... melted, add the lemon peel, lemon juice ... as any cooked pudding. 3. Cool. Turn into jars and cover. Refrigerate until ready to use.
Melt butter in ... eggs beaten in lemon juice and grated ... like honey. Pour into hot jars and seal. You may also use two oranges and eliminate the lemons.
Combine in saucepan: ... Beat until light lemon color and add ... until thickened and bubbly. Cool well, delicious as a cake filling or on toast or pancakes.
Lemon Curd is perfect to ... cakes, meringue layers, or sweet yeast rolls and Danish pastry, or mixed with whipped cream to fill tiny dessert cream puffs.
Also known as lemon butter or lemon cheese, lemon curd can be used ... constantly, until quite thick. Cool and refrigerate. Makes enough for one 9 inch pie.
Melt butter. Stir in lemon juice, zest, sugar, ... top with lemon curd. Freeze at ... Line 9-inch spring form pan. Bake 6-8 minutes at 350 degrees; cool.
Squeeze juice from lemons. Grate the ... Store in refrigerator. It will thicken further as it cools. Use as for jam or filling in cake. Use within 3 weeks.
Great lemon peel of 2 ... at 350 degrees. Or, it can be used as a filling in a cake. Or, it is a delicious filling in tiny little meringues for a party.
Beat eggs into ... thoroughly combined. Add lemon juice and rind ... whipped cream. Extra curd can be stored ... for a week and used as a spread on toast.
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