2 Reviews

Outstanding! Only change was gluten free flour. Otherwise, I wouldn't change a thing. As Always, your recipes are the best. Would love to eat at your table. Grannydragon

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Grannydragon July 16, 2016

I made a half batch and used a 6" skillet. The only changes I made was I just added the egg whole and I removed all the rind from the lemon. The batter was sort of thick, so I had to carefully place dollops over the lemon in butter/sugar mixture. It took a little care and patience, but I got it together and it worked out nicely. I was unsure about the recipe b/c there was a lot of butter/sugar mixture surrounding the cake mix. But it worked out fine and was perfectly done in just 40 minutes. When it came time to flip it onto the plate, it stuck a little but this could be due to the fact that I removed the rind completely. The cake is delicious and the fresh caramelized lemons gave the top lots of pucker power, but is still fantastic. If you didn't want to pucker so much, you could serve it with a dollop of whipped cream. Great recipe. Next time I want to try it with oranges. Thanks for a keeper!

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2Bleu June 24, 2011
Lemon Upside-Down Cake