Make your own thick, tangy lemon curd in minutes with this Easy Microwave Lemon Curd recipe. Perfect for tarts, spread on biscuits, or dollop on cheesecake.
You know what they always say – When life hands you lemons, make this Easy Microwave Lemon Curd. Okay, I might be paraphrasing that a little, but that’s what the saying should be.
Homemade Lemon Curd is so easy to make, especially when you use the microwave. If you don’t want to use the microwave, you could go ahead and cook this up on the stove top over medium heat, just keep whisking it until it thickens before straining it like the original recipe.
What can you do with lemon curd? You could smear it on toast, bagels, or scones. Dollop it on ice cream, pancakes, or waffles. Mix it into milkshakes, yogurt, or whipped cream. It’s pretty versatile, and I’m sure a jar of this wouldn’t last long in your fridge. Be sure to zest your lemons before you juice them! To get the most juice from your lemons, heat them in the microwave for 45-60 seconds, then using the palm of your hand, push them down while rolling them along the counter before slicing it in half and squeezing the juice from it.
What would you do with a jar of lemon curd?
Be sure to zest your lemons before you juice them!
To get the most juice from your lemons, heat them in the microwave for 45-60 seconds, then using the palm of your hand, push them down while rolling them along the counter before slicing it in half and squeezing the juice from it.
Some items that would make preparing this lemon curd even easier:
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