*Allergens in bold
£3 per person, portions
In nineteenth century France the lemon tart was so revered that it was served to the king as a symbol of wealth and goodness. It is relatively simple to make and so worth it for the zesty lemon tang and creamy custard - a delicious sweet and sour experience that cannot fail to delight your guests!
Double Cream (Milk), Lemon, Icing Sugar, Caster Sugar, Butter (Milk), Flour (Wheat), Egg (Egg)
Simply slice and serve. Dust over icing sugar and pop on a few fresh raspberries to finish this dinner party classic.
Keep refrigerated. Do not freeze. Use by date on package.