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21.3.12

LEMON FROSTING


1 cup soft unsalted butter
1/4 cup whipping cream
5 cups icing sugar
zest of 1 lemon
juice of 1 lemon
pinch of salt

• Cream the butter.
• Add the whipping cream and beat to combine.
• Slowly add the icing sugar, mixing on low speed for about 2 minutes.
• Add remaining ingredients and beat on med-high for 3-4 minutes until very fluffy.

3 comments:

  1. Zsuzsa, it looks amazing! I rarely make any frosting because I'm so clumsy with it. Yours looks perfect! I also sometimes crave lemons so much I have to make a cake or a tart.
    It's funny but only this year I learnt so many people have the habit to observe lent! (I have never been a religious ;-) ) One learns so many things through food blogs. Not only recipes! (Luckily!)

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  2. Thank you Sissi! About lent... I have bones to pick with my church, but trust me, you don't want to hear about that. I am a rebel and I think it over why I do or don't do certain things. It is better for me to keep eating sweets and treating others with kindness than to deprive myself and then treat them badly in my food-deprived irritability.

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  3. I totally agree!
    (Sorry, I meant to put the above comment under your beautiful cake and have just seen I went further down to the lemon frosting post...). The cake looks delicious!

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