Lemon Curd for Christmas Auction

Our church had an auction to raise monies for a foster children camp. I make lemon curd for tea parties and, instead of filling mason jars with the lemon curd, I found the jars and decorations at the Dollar Tree. I glued the ornament on the lid, placed a plastic demi spoon on the decoration. A yellow tag will be put on jars: "Lucious Lemon Curd". This celebration auction will benefit 30 foster children. It is a joy to be a part of this camp and see the happy children.

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December 15, 20160 found this helpful

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5 egg yolks, strained
3/4 cup sugar
Dash of salt
1/2 cup fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoons lemon zest
1/4 cup unsalted butter, cut in cubes.
Mix all the ingredients together in a double boiler with the exception of the butter, stir constantly and tail you can run your finger over a wooden spoon and the mixture will separate. Place cubed butter in a large mixing bowl, strain cooked card into the butter, allow the butter to melt, then whip vigorously until smooth . Place a piece of waxed paper that has been cut to the jar size and place it onto the curb to prevent a skin from forming. Tighten the jars and refrigerate. This recipe will last seven to 10 days in refrigerator. It can be served on scones, biscuits, breakfast muffins, mixed with whipped cream and served with pound cake or or any type of baked goods that you prefer

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