I have about 2 dozen of them and am wondering if I can freeze the juice and use it later to make curd. Any responses will be appreciated.Hank
I freeze the juice in ice cubes. Here's my favorite Meyer lemon thread.http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/597603
Yes you can freeze the juice. But I consider the rind the most important part, so maybe you could grate that off first using a microplane and either dry it or freeze for later use.
I used to freeze mine all the time, enough in a bag for a recipe for lemon bars, oh yea baby!!!
Here's a post on the subject that makes sensehttp://kalynskitchen.blogspot.com/200...
I've frozen the juice for future cooking - it worked fine. I prefer Eurekas for curd, though. Meyer makes a delicate curd.
I am wondering about making some shaker lemon pie with them...
Yes, shaker lemon pie. Yes!I've also made preserved lemons with them for a change.
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