Chilled Tangy Lemon Pudding


Grease the flan dish, mix the melted butter thoroughly with the crushed digestive biscuits, press firmly and neatly into the base and sides of the fluted flan dish, bake for 10 minutes in oven at 180c remove and allow to cool. In a large bowl combine the condensed milk,double cream, zest and juice of the two lemons, (as a variation lime zest and juice can be added in place of some of the lemon.) Stir well and the mixture will begin to thicken. Pour into the cooled biscuit base and leave to chill in the fridge. To serve, decorate with a few red currants, or sliced strawberries placed in the centre. Serve and enjoy, this is such an easy and quick dish to make, but the taste is oh so good. Enjoy!!!!!



Digestive Biscuits. Crushed 10


Condensed Milk 1 Large tin
Double Cream equal quantity
Grated Zest And Juice 2 Large Lemons
Round Flan Dish 8 ins

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Our family has been making this lovely pudding for years. Whipping the double cream first makes it even better!
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