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Lemon Curd

Lemon Curd is one of the all time favorite spreads. 

Made the traditional way, with lots of eggs and butter which give it a velvety smooth texture and bright lemon flavor.

An absolute must for an English Tea.  Spread it liberally on scones, toast, English muffins.  It's wonderful as a pretzel dip, or blended with yoghurt.  Always served it chilled.

 

Ingredients: Sugar, Water, Whole EGG (pasteurised), Butter, Lemon Juice (from concentrate) (4%), Agar, Citric Acid, Natural Lemon Flavor, Vitamin E, TBHQ to protect flavor and color

CONTAINS: Eggs, Milk

 

RECIPES:

LEMON CURD SHORTBREAD COOKIES - 

Substitute other flavors of curd like Raspberry, Orange, Key Lime, or Passionfruit

Lemon Curd

$10.99Price
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    2. Glaze on meats such as ham and pork chops.
    3. Glaze on chicken wings.
    4. Glaze on fish such as salmon, shark steaks and swordfish.
    5. Topping for cheese and crackers including goat cheese, smoked cheddar and brie as an appetizer.
    6. Mix pepper jelly with cream cheese for a dip.
    7. Use pepper jelly on or as a side dipping sauce for jalapeno poppers.
    8. Topping for ice cream.
    9. Used as a spread to compliment a sandwich or hamburger.
    10. On an egg, ham and cheese sandwich.
    11. Phyllo Pastry tarts Appetizer with pepper jelly.
    12. Spread on turkey slices with goat cheese, roll-up, chill and serve as an appetizer.
    13. On a fried oyster or fried fish.
    14. On coconut crusted shrimp.
    15. Mix with sour cream and use as a dip.
    16. On cornbread.
    17. Topping on cheesecake or pound cake.
    18. Topping on waffles or pancakes. (Such as, Chicken & Waffles)
    19. Melt, mix with Italian dressing and use as a salad dressing.
    20. Brush pepper jelly on pineapple or watermelon and grill.
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    24. Serve with a bread basket.
    25. Use as a dip for fried vegetables, such as fried zucchini and fried okra.
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