Letters from a Hill Farm
I LOVE lemon curd. Ever tried a great dollop of it mixed up with plain yoghurt? Or mix some of it up with whipped cream and use as a filling for a sponge cake? And on hot buttered toast BLISS. Elaine
Ooh, yes I have! Not the sponge cake, but a tart filling. And yes, with whipped cream on gingerbread. Oh, it is just so delicious. I had it on my toast this morning. Thanks for letting me know you, too, are a fan!
Nan..I LOVE lemon curd though I've never actually made it..you've inspired me to..Jeanie
Jeanie, it really couldn't be easier, and I know you will be happy with the result. I know that some recipes call for sugar, but this was the first one I made a long time ago, and I've stayed with it because it is so good. I'm off to put some on my toast this morning. :<)
Interesting using the honey instead of sugar. I have a similar recipe in my Country Kitchen Store Cupboard book which doubles the amounts you are using, but is actually called Honey Curd rather than Lemon. Scrummy!
Bovey Belle, I'm so pleased you came by to see the recipe. I must make it again, soon!
I am going to give this recipe a try! Have you ever tried using it to make a lemon curd tart?
Yes, Lisa! I looked under my recipes tab to see if I had ever posted it, and I was surprised to find that I hadn't. Guess it's time to make it!
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