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Is it meant to taste like a really tangy version of cheesecake without actually having any cheese in it?
but do you mean very citrus-y?
It has the texture of cheesecake, though. Is that normal?
I only had it once and it was about 18 months ago.
Doesn't key lime have meringue on it?! The one I had did and it was in Florida so assume that's the normal way but perhaps not.
Food and Drink's Emma Crowhurst says so.
(ps that recipe is amazing)
juicing and zesting those eight limes turned me into the man I am today.
But the traditional recipe does use meringue, that's the one I tried, was yummy!
they ate in the film Million Dollar Baby looked like it had a meringue topping. I don't know why I remember this.
- Amazing Ron Carne anecdote
I'll bookmark you in a minute
Yet I'm still going to click it.
You have two days.
I'm not a dancer. You know this.
I put into some duck egg yolks and baked the crust (toTALLy fucking recommend this, tastes great) before putting the filling in and sticking it in the oven (for longer than 15 to get the yolks cooked). Separating duck yolks and whites- like straining really viscous mucus.
The Delia Smith recipe is more like this I think. I'm gonna attempt this at the weekend.
My little brother once called them goats eggs, he's a douchebag though.
He's alright really.
TANG is the one word I'd use to describe it, if I had to describe it in only one word.
sort of, maybe not too tangy or it might have gone off?
And slightly lighter.
Yeah, that'll do.
Is it easy to make?
replace the cheese with condensed milk. I made one on mother's (mothers'? fucking mothers!) day... my mother's day.
Are you feeling ok?
under all that fucking chocolate!
He wouldn't tolerate this mixture.
Think of the cupcakes
and it's delicious
but it's still meant to be sweet. using the wrong types of limes ruins it.
IT'S ALL IN THE NAME
this is boring