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1 Lemon Pudding Cake on Wed Dec 14, 2016 3:27 pm

bethk

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My neighbor has a little lemon tree that produces the largest lemons around. He's very nice to share whenever I have a need for lemon so I decided it was time to make him a treat to repay his kindness. Just one of his lemons produced 2/3 c. of juice, enough for TWO batches of my Lemon Pudding Cake.

Lemon Pudding Cake
From: Allrecipes.com ~ adjustments to instructions by BethK

Ingredients
• 4 eggs, separated
• 1/3 cup lemon juice
• 1 teaspoon lemon zest
• 1 Tbsp. butter
• 1 1/2 cups white sugar, divided
• 1/2 cup sifted all-purpose flour
• 1/2 teaspoon salt
• 1-1/2 cups milk
Directions
1. Beat 4 egg whites, gradually adding ½ c. sugar, until stiff. Remove to a separate bowl to reserve.
2. Beat together 4 egg yolks, lemon rind and butter until thick and lemon colored, add in lemon juice.
3. Sift together ½ c. flour, 1 c. sugar and ½ t. salt. Alternately add the flour mixture & milk with the yolk mixture combining thoroughly between additions.
4. Blend egg whites into batter on low speed of mixer until completely combined. Pour into an 8” baking dish OR 8 individual serving custard cups.
5. Place dish into a larger roasting pan and add hot water to a depth of 1”.
6. Bake at 350° F. for 45 minutes.
7. Cool completely – can be refrigerated.

When serving, keep in mind the pudding is on the bottom ~ I like to spoon into serving dishes ‘upside down’ with the pudding ending up on top.


2 Re: Lemon Pudding Cake on Fri Dec 16, 2016 10:39 am

Crybaby

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Beth wrote:My neighbor has a little lemon tree that produces the largest lemons around. He's very nice to share whenever I have a need for lemon so I decided it was time to make him a treat to repay his kindness. Just one of his lemons produced 2/3 c. of juice, enough for TWO batches of my Lemon Pudding Cake.

Wow, that's a lot of juice. My Meyer lemon tree that we planted in late summer also has only one lemon on it and it, too, is huge, and is taking forever to turn yellow. I sure hope it's as juicy as your neighbor's.

Your picture looks so good, too. I'd love to see your neighbor's face when you show up with dessert -- made with one of his lemons, too. Pretty cool, Beth. Smile

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