Lemon curd is a tangy and delicious spread that’s very easy to make. Here are several recipes that you can experiment with including mock and microwave versions.
Tangy, classic lemon curd. Whether you know it as lemon spread or lemon butter, it's still perfect with scones and tea.
Lemon curd is absolutely delicious on crumpets or muffins and it is a snap to make in the microwave. Enjoy!
This is a great, foolproof way of making a spread which usually curdles if you look at it. It is ready literally in minutes. Eat spread on fresh bread or warm toast or use in pies and tarts.
Special occasion cupcakes - filled with lemon curd and topped with meringue. A piping bag with a star tip and a creme brulee torch to caramelise the top of the meringue.
I make my own lemon curd for this mascarpone cheesecake while it's chilling in the fridge. You could use lemon curd from the supermarket but the homemade one is easier and tastes much better. This cheesecake is best if its left to chill overnight.
This is a great cake to make at Easter or any special time. It includes a lemon curd recipe but you can use pre-made. If you do make the lemon curd yourself, allow three hours for it to set.
Unlike normal lemon curd this one is not made with butter; it is a lighter and faster version. It can be applied to other recipes that require lemon curd.
This is a deeply luxurious cake with a lemon curd filling and a coconut lemon icing. A beautiful change from a regular chocolate cake!
Have you experienced a rollidough? This is kinda like that, enjoy. :)
Quick and easy tarts made with store bought or homemade lemon curd and butternut snap biscuits. These are topped with a lemon curd, cream cheese frosting. You will need a 1/2 round patty cake tin to make these.