Top Rated Lemon Recipes

Meyer Lemon Sidecar
This spin on the classic Sidecar substitutes the juice of a favorite winter citrus fruit, Meyer lemons, for regular lemon juice. Click here to see more Sweet and Tangy Citrus recipes.
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Blackberry-Lemon Salad
Berries, berries everywhere. I just can’t seem to get enough of 'em these days. Just the way summer sweet was meant to be. No added sugar. No added sweeteners. Just a few fresh organic berries. So, go ahead — break out your berry stash and have a fun lil' berry party with yourself today. See all salad recipes. Click here to see Gluten-Free Recipes That Actually Taste Good.
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Lemon Butter Chicken with White Wine
This has become a family favorite. It's a simple recipe with a "big" punch of flavors. The lemon adds a wonderful "clean" taste with a sweet flavor from the wine. 
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Tart lemon, nutty walnuts and sesame seeds, rich coconut, and smooth, sweet dates come together to make these delightfully tangy treats. Click here to see 5 No-Cook Recipes (Slideshow)
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Lemon Tart
This diabetic-compatible tart will remind you of evenings in a sidewalk café in Paris, minus the cigarette smoke.
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This easy dessert uses store-bought pound cake and dresses it up with lemon and raspberries.  Recipe courtesy of Trish Rosenquist at www.momontimeout.com
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Lemon Jammies
For the lemon lover, delicate sandwich cookies that can either contain a gilding of jam or be made extra lemony with lemon buttercream or lemon curd, as pictured. — Rose Levy Beranbaum, The Baking Bible
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Bright, clear, lightly sweet, and impeccably clean-tasting, a good lemon drop cocktail — or lemon drop martini for the uninitiated — should make you feel like you’re sipping up the shiniest parts of summer.
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Lemon
I just love using preserved lemons to add an intense bit of lemon tartness to dishes, savory or sweet. In many recipes where I call for these, you can substitute lemon zest, but it’s just not the same. Just remember that when you are using lemon rinds, it’s important to remove all of the pith before using, as that’s where the lemon’s bitterness hides and your end result will overpower a dish very easily. Also, you want to cut the lemon peels as thinly as possible. They’re very intense and a little goes a long way!
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Happy birthday, Lady Bird Johnson. A gracious and intelligent first lady, she helped make the Johnson administration environmentally active by championing multiple legislation initiatives. After leaving Washington, she continued to devote herself to the land through various endeavors, including the founding of the National Wildflower Research Center and the beautification of Austin’s Town Lake, both of which were renamed in her honor. Lady Bird was a good hostess and had a number of recipes, including the Texas favorite, lemon squares. My version is similar to hers. She didn’t add cream, but I’ve found that a little cream tones down the acid of the lemon without diminishing its flavor.
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Lemon Cake
Don't let the simple title deceive you. This lemon cake is something truly special. Served with a custard with Kaffir orange and lime and a simple sugar syrup that's poured on top right out of the oven, this simple yet elegant dessert will have your guests coming back for more (and of course, asking for the recipe). See all cake recipes. Click here to see Bringing a French Revolution to the Home Cook's Kitchen.
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Lemon Tart
This classic lemon tart is perfect any time of year. The best thing about a classic recipe is that it never goes out of style, and this lemon tart is no exception. Top with a little whipped cream, berry coulis, or as we suggest, a warm apricot glaze. For greater precision, we recommend using a digital scale and the original metric measurements. Bon appétit!
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