Lemon Curd Squares

When zesting and juicing a lemon, always zest first. Use a zester or grater and make short, sweeping strokes, rotating the fruit slightly after every 1 or 2 swipes. Avoid removing the white pith, which imparts bitterness. To extract the most juice, press and roll the lemon on the countertop to crush it slightly, then halve it crosswise. For small amounts of juice, use a hand reamer or juicer, rotating the lemon and pressing and squeezing until all the juice is released. For large amounts, electric juicers are efficient, but use caution as they may oversqueeze and extract bitter pith.
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April 29, 2012
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Pretty good lemon bars
April 29, 2012
Although , I agree with one of the reviews only in that, the color is a little "murky " on the surface and too many "bubbles", I think they were very very good; just follow the recipe exactly the way they spell it out and you will get a very good lemon bar. I would just like to know how to get rid of the "craters " on the surface and produce a smother lemon curd....but I will def make again. I used my home grown lemons too! Get a tree and plant it, you will save on cost in the long run. Lemons are expensive at the market and will be a better value.
Pros: Yield, Quick, Good Value, Easy, Will Make Again