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    Meyer Lemons


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    Delicious in a pie or tart or as a spread on a biscuit or muffin. I came up with this recipe after being presented with two gigantic bags of Meyer lemons...Thanks, Sharon. Spooned into some decorative jelly jars, it made for some very welcome holiday & host gifts. If you like, this can also be made with lime or grapefruit in place of the lemon juice and zest. The secret to prevent curdling is to start out the cooking low and slow; when it smooths out, then turn the heat up to medium and stir constantly until it's done.

    Recipe #445946

    Recipe comes from local paper. Meyer lemons are a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. They are sweeter than a lemon and are called a true lemon they have a pure, true lemon flavor.Look for them in your local supermarket. You can freeze the juice for future use. I think you will love them. They do have a distictive flavor, they have no bitter aftertaste, and make great lemonade, be sure to use less sugar.

    Recipe #153413

    A wonderful accompaniment to any seafood or chicken dish.

    Recipe #51504

    Found this in a local newspaper. Can't wait to try it. Wanted to post it before I lose it. Meyer lemons are a type of lemon, they are a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. Their are sweeter and a little less acidic flavor. These lemons are from California and are found across the country. Look in your grocery stores or specialty stores. Whole Foods, Wild Oats, Schnucks, Dierbergs, and Straubs in the Midwest. The season runs from November to May. Chefs are said to love to cook with these lemons.

    Recipe #153412

    Recipe #434944

    Recipe #368996

    6 Reviews |  By BecR

    I am a lemon fanatic! These exquisite lemony muffins make for a wonderful picnic or sack lunch treat. Meyer lemons are a cross between a true lemon and a mandarin or sweet orange. Recipe is from the L. A. Times.

    Recipe #291400

    The gift of a half dozen Meyer lemons sent me in search of new ways to use this special fruit. Much sweeter than the common lemon, it is akin to a Mandarin orange has an edible peel. Alas, my supply ran out before I had a chance to try this recipe from Bon Appetite. One day I will, but in the meantime I'm sharing it with my fellow cooking companions. Please note the cake calls for a chilling 2 hours to overnight. Makes this a great make ahead dessert for a dinner party or other occasion.

    Recipe #214814

    I came up with this after buying some meyer (sweet) lemons. It is basically water with a combination of meyer lemon juice and regular (sour) lemon juice. Sometimes I add a little Truvia. You don't need a sweetener but can add your sweetener of choice if you like. The amounts are very inexact and depend on your taste. I generally use the juice of one meyer lemon with a smaller amount of the sour lemon juice. I am giving the directions for one serving.

    Recipe #400170

    Meyer Lemons: not available year-round, November to March general season. Expensive! A twist on a classic taste, from Georgeanne Brennan . . . Chronicle Books, 1996.

    Recipe #287703

    A gift of a half dozen Meyer lemons sent me in search of recipes that would use this citrus to it's full advantage. Much sweeter than the common lemon, the flavor of Meyer lemons is a cross between a mandarin orange and a lemon. The zest is so tender, you can actually eat it. This recipe orginated on epicurious.com and includes my alterations to reduce the fat and calories without diminishing the flavors.

    Recipe #212281


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