Baking 'FEVER'-ishly Lemon fridge tart

2019-01-16 06:00
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INGREDIENTS

• 200g tea (Tennis) biscuits

• 90g butter — melted

• 1 x 80g lemon jelly powder packet

• ½ cup boiling water

• 400ml evaporated milk

• 1 Tbs castor sugar

METHOD

Grease a deep 22cm square dish or tray. Place the tea biscuits in a large freezer bag and use a rolling pin to crush them. Stir in the melted butter, then press into an even layer in your dish. Set aside in the fridge.

Combine the lemon jelly powder and boiling water. Stir well to dissolve all the powder, then set aside to cool slightly.

Place the evaporated milk and castor sugar in a separate bowl. Use an electric whisk to beat them together until the mixture is light and fluffy. Continue to whisk while adding the jelly liquid in a thin, constant stream.

Pour the mixture over the biscuit base, cover and refrigerate until firm (about two to three hours).

Serve straight from the fridge. — Food24.

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