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Every bit as good as my grandma's recipe (actually I think her recipe was identical!) Truly delicious and sooo good slathered on toast (also good on pancakes!) Thanks so much for posting this one!
Great recipe -fantastic taste and it's gluten free. I'd love to give 6 stars to you!
ChrissyO - What are you trying to do to me??!! This stuff is incredible! It may never make it onto my toast in the morning because I will be eating this straight out of the bowl! This is a lemony-custard type of spread. This will take about 20 minutes over a low heat to thicken. Makes 4 cups - that probably won't last the day ;) Fantastic, Chrissy!! Thank you for sharing!
i have searched for a long time to find a recipe that tastes and smells as good as my nan's did and thanks to you i found it its great. it may mean however i need to break out the thigh-master ..lol thanks its terrific. Crystal.
This one is a "Keeper" for sure!! I sandwiched a couple of gingernut biscuits together with this and a dollop of cream, left them in the fridge for a short while till the biscuits softened slightly and...YUMMO!! Scones, cakes, toast, tartlets...Mmmm the things you can use with /spread this on are endless.
I have thrown away my double boiler!!!! what a great recipe!! I used REAL eggs, (from the farm) and 1.5 cups lemon juice I had frozen. Chopped the butter, and whisked over low heat, for about 10 mins, perfect!!! I didnt use zest, (personal choice) thanks Chrissyo, another keeper for me.
This recipe is identical to one I have been making for years! I make it for the school fete - place in nice glass jars with a nice cloth cover and ribbon. It sells like hotcakes!