Fruit Tart with Lemon Curd

I have been reading a lot about Meyer lemons being made into lemon curd. All the photos found on blogger's site that I have visited looks yummy. Being a fan of anything that taste sourish, I wonder why it took me so long to take the plunge and make my own lemon curd. Hehe.. it is so yummy! I can't stop licking the remains off the bowl. It is even better after storing overnight. I am sure it will taste better with macarons. Maybe I should attempt macarons again.



Got a pack of 8 meyer lemons from NTUC and I cooked a portion of lemon curd using Joy of Baking's recipe found here.



I use 3/4 of the lemon curd for making fruit tart for hubby's birthday. It was an impromptu decision to make a fruit tart for his birthday celebration with his family. Lemon curd pair so well with the sweet fruits that I got.. gotten praises for that as well. *happy*


I made the lemon curd on Saturday and the pie crust on Sunday so as not to rush and assemble the fruit tart two hours before leaving for dinner. :)

Again, the sweet pie crust recipe is from Joy of Baking. I need to improve on the pie crust though. It is too thick at some part and I find the crust is not savory enough. Not 'pang'. I will Google more and hopefully the next pie will be better.

Now to think about what to do with the balance lemon curd.

Assorted berries for the fruit tart

Assembled tart

Another angle

Singing birthday song but Kieran was eyeing at the candle instead

Hilarious!

Glad the fruit tart turns out well. Dinner was great too. Boys were cooperative with their dinner so I am all smiles

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