Is your lemon tree overflowing? From pastas and salads, lamb, chicken or fish and our unbeatable lemon curd recipe, make use of leftover lemons with these great recipes.
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All the bright flavours of lemon in a moist and fluffy pudding.
Moroccan lemon chicken
Moroccan lemon chicken: Deliciously simple. Take one whole chicken, add apricots, lemon, Moroccan spices and olives. Serve with couscous and mint. Yum!
Lemon chicken with brussels sprouts and grape salad
Lemon chicken with brussels sprouts and grape salad: Crispy marinated lemon chicken, creamy cauliflower puree and a fresh and healthy grilled brussel sprout salad makes this dish is worthy of any restaurant menu.
Lemon chicken casserole
Serve this delicious saucy dish with flavourful rice and a crisp green salad.
Lemon meringue blondie
This one’s for those who can’t decide between devouring a lemon meringue pie or a blondie. Say hello to our lemon meringue blondie recipe!
Best ever lemon tart
In this lemon tart recipe the curd filling is not baked, but rather set in the fridge. The end-result is a crisp, buttery tart shell filled with golden curd. Make this recipe a day ahead.
Lemon pistachio couscous
This nutty and zesty side dish goes perfectly with Moroccan-style dishes.
Grilled lemon chicken
Pistachio and lemon curd cake
Crunchy pistachios and a tangy homemade lemon curd come together in perfect harmony to create this beautiful cake.
Nan’s lemon chicken
Bring a nostalgic feeling to the table with this homely chicken drumstick, potato and rosemary bake immersed in lemon juices. Don’t forget to add a splash of white wine.
Tangy lemon squares
Give your afternoon tea some added zing.
Luscious lemon cake
Add a little zest to your baking with this reader favourite recipe!
Mixed herb turkey breast roll with lemon mayonnaise
Mixed herb turkey breast roll with lemon mayonnaise: Finish off this herb-stuffed turkey breast roll with a homemade lemon mayo and garden salad for a deliciously different way to do Sunday dinner.
Fried prawns with preserved lemon and green chillies
With the tangy lemon and spicy chillies, these fried prawns will be an exciting new addition to your quick mid-week dinners.
Slow-roast lamb with lemon, garlic and rosemary
Slow-roast lamb with lemon, garlic and rosemary: This family-sized roast lamb needs several hours in the oven to become tender and juicy. So pop it in and relax while the magic happens.
Lemon sand cake
This is a beautiful classic lemon tea cake with a slightly sandy texture from the rice flour, hence its name.
Preserved lemon and orange
Preserved lemon and orange: Infused with cinnamon and cardamom, these preserved lemons and oranges are easy to make and add flavour to all sorts of dishes.
Salmon in silverbeet with lemon, olive and caper sauce
Salmon in silverbeet with lemon, olive and caper sauce: This simple and flavoursome sauce can be used for any steamed fish. We used salmon, but any firm white fish will work.
Women’s Weekly’s unbeatable lemon curd recipe
Women’s Weekly’s unbeatable lemon curd recipe Learn how to make lemon curd and you’ll unlock a delicious topping for toast, scones, pikelets and pancakes as well as a dreamy filling for tarts and sponge cake.
Lemon and dill chickpea salad
Lemon and dill chickpea salad: Light and fresh, this colourful salad is quick, tasty and a winner for the whole family.
Coriander, lemon and chilli hummus
Coriander, lemon and chilli hummus: Add a new layer of flavour to your homemade hummus with the addition of zesty lemon, fresh coriander and red chilli. It’ll provide a lovely Asian-style twist, perfect with rice crackers.
Homemade lemonade: When life give you lemons bust out this delicious homemade lemonade recipe – a refreshingly simple beverage that always goes down a treat.
Lemon sour cream cake
Lemon sour cream cake: This sweet and tangy lemon sour cream cake recipe is just the thing for an afternoon tea treat.
Lemon chicken: Pairing crispy chicken with a slightly sweet and slightly sour sauce this one is a Women’s Weekly classic the family will love.
Lemon slice: This classic treat perfectly balances sweet and tart, creating a wonderfully creamy and flavoursome lemon slice. Enjoy a piece with a mug of hot tea or coffee. It’s a reader favourite!
[Lemon pasta:] (https://www.womensweeklyfood.com.au/recipes/lemon-pasta-25759|target=”_blank”) The rich cream sauce is balanced beautifully with a hint of lemon zest. Make the sauce as the pasta boils to serve immediately.
Lemon lentils: The addition of lemon gives this traditional daal a refreshing citrus twist you will love.