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A delcious and Zesty treat for the summer or anytime!
"Made this for my husbands birthday since lemon is his favorite. Chose this recipe because my daughter's(who is off to college and couldn't join us) name is Carolyn. OMG this was amazing! It is now in my favorite box and is a new fav of mine"- Sharnelle
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Preheat oven 425 / Prick with a fork and cook pie shell for 10 mins. Set aside.
Separate egg yolks from the whites in separate bowls.
Put the whites in the fridge until needed.
Beat egg yolks lightly and set aside.
Mix flour, corn starch, salt, sugar, water, and lemon juice in a pot.
Bring the mixture almost to boil, stirring constantly. Mix a little of the hot mix into the egg yolks. Gradually add the egg yolks to the rest of the hot mixture in the pot and bring to a boil stirring constantly. Turn off heat and add zest, vanilla and butter.
Beat egg whites to until foamy. Add Cream of Tartar BEFORE you add any sugar.
Continue beating until you have soft peaks, then gradually start adding the 5 tablespoons sugar. Continue beating until you have hard peaks. About 5 mins.
Pour hot mix into shell and spoon egg whites over the top right away.
Make wavy peaks of white starting from the center working out to the crust.
Bake at 340 degree oven for about 15 minutes until golden brown
Remove from oven and let cool in room 30 minutes, or until near room temperature.
IMPORTANT: Refrigerate for at least 2 hours until totally chilled before serving.
Carolyn and Ken <3
If you want a more thickened custard, add an additional tablespoon of Corn Starch.
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CJButterfly 1 year agoThe butter and vanilla is added after you cook the lemon mixture. Right before you put it in the pie shell!
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Jaxboss 1 year agoInstructions not well written and turned out very soupy. Be sure to know when to add the zest, the recipe does not say. Would not try this one again.
Sharnelle 2 years agoMade this for my husbands birthday since lemon is his favorite. Chose this recipe because my daughter's(who is off to college and couldn't join us) name is Carolyn. OMG this was amazing! It is now in my favorite box and is a new fav of mine
Bluedq 2 years agoDelicious! This recipe is so easy to follow and tastes great. I did not use the butter and am guessing it was for the base?
teeda 2 years agosuzannemarie8 ea= each Pie is delish!!!!
Claricemohle 3 years agoThis looks yummy! Gonna make it for my friends birthday. It's his favorite. BTW, 'ea' means each. Things that have no real measurement are referred to as 'each'.
Adamlev 3 years agoThis was absolutely delicious. I would love to make it again and this recipie just gets the taste perfect. Just wondering though; where does the butter come in?
suzannemarie86 3 years agoWhat does the 'ea' mean in the ingredients listings-- before pie crust, egg yolk, etc. I have never seen someone use 'ea' before, and cannot figure out what it means. Thanks.
KenJams 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]