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From: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon12/22/19 9:02 PM 
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Ingredients:

1/3 cup melted butter
3/4 cup sugar
2 large eggs
2 large egg yolks 
2/3 cup fresh lemon juice
2 tsp lemon zest grated

Directions:

This really is the best treat ever,  blend everything at once, pressure cook on high for 10 minutes, leave it for a 10-minute natural release and then whisk the heck out of it. .

I mix AND cook this in my PYREX 4-cup measure, but you can use any oven-safe dish or casserole, or even mason jars. Avoid anything metal because it sometimes produces a metallic taste. Blend all the ingredients at once. I use an immersion blender, but you can use a food processor, blender, hand mixer, whisk, whatever you prefer. Pretty simple, right? Except for the cooking, that's pretty much it.

Put 1 1/2 cups of water and the trivet in the Instant Pot. Put the lemon curd on the trivet and cover with a sheet of parchment paper. (Not absolutely necessary, though.) Close the lid and make sure the valve is set to Sealing.

Push the Pressure Cook (or Manual) button. Use the + and - buttons to get to 10 minutes. When it beeps that it's done, leave it for 10 minutes natural

release. (You can double this recipe - same cook time.) Then flip the valve to Venting for a quick release of any remaining pressure.

When the pin drops, open the pot and take the lemon curd out. It will look weird and “split” but don't worry. Use a whisk to vigorously blend the curd until smooth. It just takes a minute. If you want, you can strain it to remove the lemon zest for a perfectly smooth result. Cool on the counter for half an hour or so and whisk again. And you're done... not kidding... that's it.

Refrigerate for up to a week.

This is fabulous as a cheesecake topping, tart filling topped with whipped cream, on yogurt, ice cream, on toast or pancakes. Also good standing in front of the fridge clutching a spoon with a guilty look on your face.

Sweeter curd, Lime Curd and Orange Curd:

* Sweeter curd: If you prefer it sweeter, add an extra 2 - 4 Tbsp sugar and add an extra egg yolk. Everything else remains the same.

* Lime or orange curd: Substitute lime juice and zest for Lime Curd. For Orange curd, include 2 Tbsp lemon juice in the ? cup juice. Using all orange juice can be too sweet.

You can make any kind of curd using juice from whatever strikes your fancy, whatever.

 

 

 

 
From: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostSep-24 7:23 PM 
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 75.2 in reply to 75.1 

Please go to Post Number 1 for the recipe of Homemade Lemon Curd

 

 
From: Marcia (MarciaM12)Sep-25 3:19 PM 
To: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (3 of 13) 
 75.3 in reply to 75.1 

I love lemon curd. You really should try this recipe if you haven't. I know you love lemon! A friend makes raspberry curd but I don't have the recipe. She's a fabulous baker and maker of sweets. She had a business for a while and was much in demand.

 
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From: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostSep-25 10:37 PM 
To: Marcia (MarciaM12)  (4 of 13) 
 75.4 in reply to 75.3 

DH loves the raspberry & I like the Lemon.  

When I make my homemade yogurt, I like to put a little lemon curd in it sometimes.  Which reminds me, I haven't made my yogurt lately, I need to do so.  Then I'll make the lemon curd.

 

 
From: Marcia (MarciaM12)Sep-26 12:25 PM 
To: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (5 of 13) 
 75.5 in reply to 75.4 

I love both raspberry and lemon flavors. Two of my favorites.

You must find yogurt making simple in the Instant Pot. I hear people rave about it.

 

 
From: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostSep-26 12:43 PM 
To: Marcia (MarciaM12)  (6 of 13) 
 75.6 in reply to 75.5 

Just put the ingredients in the IP, stir, turn it on & the hard part is the waiting till you can eat it.

This is what it looks like.  Edited to say, have no idea why it the picture turned around.

  • Edited September 26, 2020 12:59 pm  by  Fancy Boots (FancyBoots)
 

 
From: Marcia (MarciaM12)Sep-26 5:54 PM 
To: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (7 of 13) 
 75.7 in reply to 75.6 

Easy peasy. Others have been complaining about sideways photos, too. It's not just you.

 

 
From: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostSep-26 6:44 PM 
To: Marcia (MarciaM12)  (8 of 13) 
 75.8 in reply to 75.7 

I need an editor & may even have one .   Hmm, I need to ask heavn.  She'll know.  smile   

 

 
From: Marcia (MarciaM12)Sep-26 10:04 PM 
To: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (9 of 13) 
 75.9 in reply to 75.8 

Nice to have someone who knows. Heavn's a goodun!

 

 
From: Fancy Boots (FancyBoots) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by hostSep-26 11:52 PM 
To: Marcia (MarciaM12)  (10 of 13) 
 75.10 in reply to 75.9 

As well as a youngun....lol

 

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