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Elizabethan Pantry Apple Curd
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Curds are intensely flavored fruit butters. In late 19th and early 20th century England, lemon curd was traditionally served at afternoon tea with scones or bread as an alternative to jam. Simple and natural, curds are usually made of lemon, lime, raspberry or orange, with the addition of eggs, sugar, butter and zest . The ingredients are cooked together until thick, then allowed to cool, forming a soft, smooth, intensely flavored spread that has many delicious uses.
The taste of Elizabethan Pantry's Apple Curd with Cinnamon is unforgettable - rich apples, farm fresh eggs, sweet dairy butter and sugar, with a hint of cinnamon at the finish. Perfect for fall desserts, but you'll love it year round over apple pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The perfect spread for scones, biscuits, and apple muffins.
- Use as a spread for toast, bagels, English muffins and scones
- Delicious spooned over warm apple pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream
- Fabulous with shortbread
- Fill miniature pastry shells with apple curd, top with a fresh whipped cream, sprinkle with cinnamon and garnish with a toasted pecan a lovely bite-sized fall dessert
Elizabethan Pantry produces genuine stillroom recipes so popular during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. What is a stillroom? It was the room where the housekeeper distilled essences and extracted oils from herbs and flowers to flavor recipes and make lotions and other household products.
All Elizabethan Pantry products are hand-made in Ledbury, England, a thriving market town in rural Herefordshire, England. They are all natural, using only the freshest locally sourced ingredients.