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Top Rated Lemon Recipes

This spin on the classic Sidecar substitutes the juice of a favorite winter citrus fruit, Meyer lemons, for regular lemon juice.Click here to see more Sweet and Tangy Citrus recipes.

Hidden in this green juice recipe (because you can never have too many of those) is one of fall's best ingredients: a Granny Smith apple. It's just one of the energizing ingredients found in this juice, made by Marra St.Clair and Lori Kenyon-Farley, certified nutritional consultants and co-founders of USDA-certified organic Ritual Wellness Cleanse. St. Clair and Kenyon-Farley say to drink this green juice first thing in the morning, "as the lemon gets your metabolism started and the leafy greens provide essential vitamins and minerals to energize you for the day."

These margaritas use lemons instead of limes, looking picturesque when topped with edible flowers.This recipe is courtesy of Ann Hsu Kaufman/Grits and Chopsticks.

Although barnacles are mainly known as a nuisance to sailors, they can also be a delicacy for diners. Goose barnacles (or “percebes”), once thought to be part of the mollusk family, are actually crustaceans, and have a sweet, succulent, and lobster-like consistency and flavor. This simple recipe will highlight the natural flavor without covering it up.This recipes comes courtesy of Saveur.

A bright and sunny bar made with lavender sugar and Meyer lemons.Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop

Derived from dried lemon balm leaves, the aromatic scent of this plant provides a sense of calmness and the citrus oils further lower blood pressure, especially when under stress.Read more about 12 Teas That Boost Your Mood.

Hotategai. That's what scallop sashimi is in Japanese. I've always thought that raw scallop was ever so slightly sweet. Delicious, but perhaps in need of a bit of balance. So I created this dish in the hope of bringing that balance to lovely sweet scallop. Meyer lemons provide acidity with just enough sweetness to keep the scallops from taking on too much zing. This is a great appetizer to serve when you have quality scallops.See all ceviche recipes.Click here to see 5 Sublime Scallop Recipes.

If you want a dressing that has a kick and is sprightly, you've met your match! This goes well with a number of dishes, particularly on slaws or tossed with fruit salads for an unexpected twist and burst of flavor!

A sweet-and-sour component of our Savannah Smiletini recipe, this lemon simple syrup would be wonderful in a peach iced tea or lemon drop cocktail.Read more about Drinks That Taste Just Like Girl Scout Cookies.

This Ayurvedic concoction helps burn fat. These ingredients restore vitality and naturally flushes bile through the system.Read more in our story 8 Miracle Drinks to Boost Your Metabolism.Photo Modified: flickr/ Yusmar Yahaya/ CC 4.0

Bright, clear, lightly sweet, and impeccably clean-tasting, a good lemon drop cocktail — or lemon drop martini for the uninitiated — should make you feel like you’re sipping up the shiniest parts of summer.


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Not much beats this classic pud – creamy, sweet, sharp and crumbly, in just the right amounts, it is the undisputed queen of tarts.

Serves 10–12
140g unsalted butter, at room temperature
250g plain flour, plus extra for dusting
100g icing sugar
30g ground almonds
A pinch of salt
1 egg, lightly beaten

For the filling
5 eggs
4 egg yolks
375g caster sugar
300ml double cream
250ml lemon juice (about 6 large lemons)

1 Cut the butter into small pieces and put it into a large mixing bowl. Add the flour, then, using your fingertips, rub the butter and flour together until you have something that looks like fine breadcrumbs.

2 Add the icing sugar, ground almonds and salt, then mix until you have a fine crumble. Add the egg and bring the dough together with your hands. Pat into a roundish shape, dust with a little flour, then wrap in clingfilm and leave to rest in the fridge for at least half an hour. This relaxes the gluten so you can roll the pastry more easily and it doesn’t shrink in the tin.

3 Preheat the oven to 210C/425F/gas mark 7. Line a deep 30cm tart tin with the pastry and blind bake for about 15 minutes or until firm. Remove from the oven and set aside to cool.

4 Meanwhile, put the filling ingredients into a large bowl and whisk together with a balloon whisk. Set it aside to settle, preferably overnight in the fridge.

5 Preheat the oven again to 140C/275F/gas mark 1. Pour the mixture into the pastry case, then put the tart tin on a baking sheet and bake in the preheated oven for 1 hour.
Margot Henderson, You’re All Invited (Penguin)


A classic bar cookie, a crowd pleaser, a dessert that's just right for all kinds of occasions from afternoon tea to after school to after dinner, lemon bars are one of our favorite desserts. Our founder loves them, too. Martha has developed a number of melt-in-the-mouth and downright dreamy lemon bar recipes over the year, including the gorgeous Atlantic-Beach Tart-Bars that you see right here here. This recipe is a bit of an outlier&mdashits lemon top is made with sweetened condensed milk and its crust with saltine crackers, so it's really a hybrid of the classic lemon bar and Key lime pie.

Just what is a classic lemon bar? Most of the bar cookies that have this name sport buttery shortbread crust that mellows the tart citrus top. And that topping always includes lemon, but there can be variations. In most traditional recipes, the filling is a thick lemon curd, which is a slow-cooked mixture of butter, eggs, and lemon. This isn't the only option, though. In other recipes, the filling is more like a custard or a cheesecake. Other flavors even enter the game from time to time, as evidenced by our delicious Cranberry-Lemon Squares. Another incredible option? Our Lemon-Date Bars, which showcases a truly sublime flavor combination.

Despite the fact that they are generally called lemon bars, we see this dessert most often cut into squares (which explains why they're also often called lemon squares). That said, we're not here to prescribe what shape&mdashor size&mdashportions should be. That's totally up to you. Ready to make a delicious dessert? However you like them&mdashcreamy, tangy, topped with meringue&mdashwe have a recipe here for delicious, decadent lemon bars that you're sure to love.


Here Are 5 Best Lemon Juice Recipes To Try At Home:

1. Mint Kiwi Lemonade

A refreshing mix of citrusy lemon and tangy kiwi pulp, along with fresh mint deeply steeped in, this is a perfect energising summer cooler to prepare at home. You can even prepare it in bulk and store in the refrigerator. Mint along with lemon juice can detox your body. This lemon juice recipe can be a great kick start to the day.

2. Lemon Creme Brulee

Ever thought of a lemon dessert? Yes, lemon brulee dessert is a delectable dish that one can prepare for their kids' party or for those sunny Sunday brunches. A perfect balance of sweet and tangy, this creme brulee has honey, cream and lemon, making it a great combination for a cupcake-like blast.

3. Punjabi Lemon Chicken

A tangy, lemony chicken treat for your next dinner party at home! Punjabi lemon chicken is a mouth-watering dish where chicken is stirred in with lemon juice along with a host of Indian spices, orange juice and sugarcane juice. This makes for a tender, juicy chicken recipe with tantalising flavours of lemon, which is simply irresistible.

4. Lemon Rice

A great way to use some leftover rice, lemon rice one of the best comfort foods to prepare in a jiffy and that too with just a few simple ingredients. Cooked in a tadka of distinct flavours like mustard seeds, hing, curry leaves, red chili powder along with peanuts, chana and urad dal, this rice recipe is served with a generous squeeze of lemon to garnish over.

5. Lemon Pudding

A melt in the mouth dessert that is sweet and tangy. Lemon zest, lemon juice beaten with egg and butter, combined with sugar, salt along with soothing and warm cinnamon with milk, it is a perfect summer dessert. Baked to perfection, this pudding can be the star dessert at your table post dinner tonight.

With all these lemon juice recipes and endless benefits of lemon, it would be a great practice to start including it in your daily diet.

About Aanchal Mathur Aanchal doesn't share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.


Best Lemon Dessert Recipes

Lemon Recipes are my favorites! I always say I love everything and anything lemon and it’s true. Lemon desserts are so delicious and today I’m sharing The Best Lemon Recipes. These yummy treats are perfect for any occasion and for sure your family, friends, and neighbors will love them. Are you ready? These look and taste divine!

Starbucks Lemon Pound Cake Copycat by Bakerette.Com

Soft Lemon Cream Cheese Cookies at Swanky Recipes

Lemon Meringue Smore’s Parfaits by Lemon Tree Dwelling


Lemon Garlic Shrimp

Weeknight cooking can be exhausting. There's so much thinking that needs to happen. Mainly, is there enough time to make this? 🤔But this garlic butter shrimp recipe requires almost no planning&mdashall you need to do is pick up shrimp! Meaning, it's perfect for dinner TONIGHT. It sounds too good to be true, but it's not. The whole thing can be yours in 15 minutes or less. And it's absolutely delicious. Like, mind-boggling so.

What kind of shrimp should I buy?

We recommend using medium shrimp for this recipe. You should also buy the shrimp peeled and deveined if you can, too. It helps ensure that the dinner process is as quick and easy as possible.

How long do I cook the shrimp?

Shrimp cooks super quickly! It only needs a few minutes. Once it turns pink and opaque, it's ready to eat. If you cook it for too long, it'll become rubbery.

How hot should the skillet be?

For this recipe, we're not looking for a char. A large skillet over medium heat is the way to go. If you're not able to fit the shrimp in a single layer in your skillet, work in batches to make sure everything cooks evenly.

Do I need to use wine?

If you have a leftover bottle of Chardonnay in your fridge, this is the perfect way to use it up. If you don't have any around, use water or chicken broth instead. Or buy a cheap bottle and use lemon garlic shrimp as your excuse to drink.

Is it spicy?

There's a little kick from the red pepper flakes, but it's a spice level that most people can handle. If you prefer everything super-milk, just season it with salt and pepper instead.


How to Make Lemon Bars

  1. Prepare Pan for Baking: Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line the bottom and sides of a 9吉 baking pan with parchment paper that sticks up above the sides of the pan. This will help you remove the bars later for easy cutting. Set the pan aside.
  2. Make Your Crust: Combine the flour, powdered sugar and salt in a medium bowl. Add the melted butter & vanilla extract and stir to combine completely.
  3. Assemble Crust: Crumble and distribute your crust over the bottom of the pan and press it evenly into the bottom.
  4. Bake: Bake the crust for 15-20 minutes, or until the edges are just getting lightly browned. Remove from the oven and set aside.
  5. Make Your Filling: Combine the sugar and flour in a bowl. Add the eggs, lemon juice & salt and whisk together to combine. Don’t over mix.
  6. Bake & Let Cool: Pour the filling on top of the crust and bake for 18-22 minutes, or until relatively set. Remove from the oven and cool for 15-20 minutes on the counter, then refrigerate until cold and firm.
  7. Assemble Your Dessert: Remove bars from the pan and dust with powdered sugar, then cut into squares and serve!

Reviews

This is my go to recipe for lemon curd. But yesterday, I made passion fruit curd following this recipe using up passion fruit puree (scoop out pulp from passion fruit, pulse in blender couple times, strain out seeds). DELICIOUS! The passion fruit doesn't need as much sugar so will reduce that to maybe a third of a cup next time but, wow.

*This* is how lemon curd should be! Lemony and tart, not overly sweet and syrupy like a lot of recipes out there (including Ina's whose juice to sugar ratio is 1:3). Took a one and a half juicy lemons from my garden. If you use an immersion blender before cooking, you're less likely to get eggy bits after. Otherwise, just pass it through a sieve. Can't wait to try it with blood oranges, grapefruit or whatever else is ripe.

This recipe was so good. I made some tasty lemon cookies but people couldn't tell they were lemon. For the next batch, I put a thumbprint in the cookies and then a dollop of the lemon curd on top after they cooled. The cookies were even better! I did have to strain out the egg sediment - even on low, I think my stove runs a little too hot. I've been using the leftover curd in yogurt, on pancakes and on toast. This will be in my regular rotation for sure.

how many lemons do you need for 1/2 a cup ?? wish it had specified in the recipe. tasty curd though!

Loved this recipe, thank you! Made a double batch my first time around and filled all 12 4oz mason jars to hand out to friends and neighbors. I added zest to the sugar only first while I juiced all the fruit. Then beat eggs thoroughly before adding to sugar mixture. Added juice then, before heating. Butter went in last, while over heat. I had no eggs pieces in the curd once complete and enjoy the zest in the there so chose not to strain. My husband and I enjoyed a couple spoonfuls once chilled, giving us our fix until we figure out what to put this in/on! Love, love, love! Will be sharing and making many more batches!

I used this recipe with 1 orange instead of the lemons and it turned out great. I only needed 1 orange to get enough zest and juice. I might've had the heat on a little high so I used a strainer to strain out the curdled eggs. I think I didn't cook mine long enough so it was still a bit liquidy but I mixed in some chia seeds and popped it in the fridge overnight and it turned out great.

Hold lemon bars, this is so good! Tart, sweet, smooth, delicious, and super flavorful. I was sure Iɽ mess it up: I used a flimsy non-stick pot directly over the flame of a difficult-to-control gas burner. I think I used waxed lemons (though I washed them well first). I used a wire whisk because I don't own a silicone-coated one. I used half regular sugar and half sugar in the raw because it was all I had on hand. In short, I was expecting an unevenly cooked, waxy, metallic nightmare full of egg clumps. Instead, I got a perfect, beautiful lemon curd that easily rivals that of my favorite town bakery. I mix it with plain yogurt. Completely in love.

Turned out perfectly following the recipe 100%. I'm definitely a savory cook and rarely step into the sweet arena BUT this recipe was simple, sweet and tart.

Delicious lemon curd and easy recipe BUT remember to use UNWAXED lemons or it will taste of the wax on the rind!

So simple, yet so delicious. This is my favorite lemon curd recipe!

This is my go-to recipe. Now that I am refined sugar free I use half coconut sugar and half honey. I also use vegan butter. I have eaten it on it's own, filled cupcakes with it, and made lemon shortcakes with it so far. I absolutely love it!

Perfectly tart, very easy to make. My new go to Lemon Curd recipe!

I had lemons in the house so I tried three lemon curd recipes and then had three teenagers judge. This recipe came out the winner by far! It took me a wee bit longer than the stated 6 minutes, but then like alchemy it goes from liquid to creamy curd. It's magical. I then tried it with a grapefruit I had in the house--and it worked perfectly. Grapefruit curd might be my newest addiction.

Extraordinary and so simple. Thanks for a great recipe for my abundance of lemons.

One more rave review. I have another recipe for lemon curd which I thought was easy but involved tempering the eggs. I couldn't find it this morning and what a blessing that was because I found this one. So easy. So perfect. I won't lose this one!!

Awesome recipe, never fails, made it three times now, I probably heat it more slowly that suggested, again the egg thing, but whisk constantly and follow the recipe :) highly recommended.. a great tangy lemony flavour. Love it

Easy and delish! No problems even though I only had

4 Tbs butter. I was really nervous about the whole egg-cooking thing, but it came out great - even when I started to give up after 10 min of constantly whisking a mixture that was still totally liquidy, stepped away to check the recipe for a second and came back to find that the mixture had completely thickened up! I whisked it a bit more and found that leaving it had created a little bit of egg texture problems so I put it all through a large strainer and it came out great. I also used xylitol instead of sugar and that came out just fine - no funny texture or weird fake-sugar taste.

We love this lemon curd especially on top of lemon cheesecake. However we did have problems with eggs bits in our curd! We suggest only using the yolk of your egg and if you still have problems light sieving never harmed anyone. It's tangy, and scrumptious. A perfect spring garnish to brighten up even the cloudiest of March afternoons.

made this and it was fabulous. just was wondering if you could put these in mini crusted tarts and freeze.

This is the recipe I've used for years except I use only 1/4 cup butter which is enough. I also leave in the grated lemon zest for more zing. I grew up eating lemon curd in pastry tart shells and that's how I still prefer it. Serve it at Christmas that way sprinkled on top with toasted flaked almonds.

Perfect and easy. Used Meyer lemons.

I have made this recipe several times and it has never failed me. I have served with scones, used as filling and also baked in lemon cupcakes, mixed into lemon buttercream icing swirled with raspberry puree buttercream icing, mini lemon tarts in phyllo dough shells, and mixed into crumbled blueberry muffins and streusel topping in tall shot glasses as dessert tasters. I could continue with so many more uses, but I'm sure you get the picture. I love it!

I made this lemon curd to use in the lemon ice-cream meringue pie on this site at the suggestion of others. YUMMY -- It is absolutely delicious. I made the recipe exactly as written except that I did not strain it (I used a microplane so did not find the zest to be a problem) -- so easy, turned out perfectly. My only regret is that I did not make a double batch.

Can I make 2 or 3 batches of this at a time? I am a very novice cook. Thank you


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a loaf pan.

In a mixing bowl, combine the butter and sugar. Beat on medium speed with an electric mixer until creamed together. With the mixer running, add the eggs one at a time, beating each one until fully incorporated.

With the mixer running, add the salt and baking powder, then the milk. Mix well. Slowly add the flour and beat until well mixed.

Stir in the nuts and lemon rind by hand then pour the batter into the prepared loaf pan.

Place the pan in the oven and bake at 350 degrees F for 50 minutes or until it tests done in the center.

For the glaze, mix together the sugar and lemon juice. Drizzle over the lemon bread while warm. Let cool before slicing. Store in an airtight container at room temperature.


Lamb or Beef Tagine With Cardoons

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Although many Americans have never tried cardoons, in Morocco they're quite popular, particularly when prepared in this classic tagine recipe with preserved lemons and olives. You may find them at a farmers market if you don't grow them yourself. Cardoon stalks look like giant celery and if you are unfamiliar with them, you will need to know how to clean cardoons to prep them for cooking.


Tips for Making the Best Lemon Bars

These lemon bars have the hint of a crackling top from the sugars caramelizing in the heat. The top compliments the cookie crust and balances the sweet yellow custard in the middle.

While some recipes call for the shortbread crust to go up the sides of the pan (about half an inch seems pretty standard) I prefer less crust, so I just press it into the bottom of the pan. But you can certainly do either to your liking.

Oven times vary, so set your timer about 5 minutes earlier than the time recommend to check if your filling is set. A toothpick should come out mostly clean when stuck in the middle of the custard filling.



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