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Posted: 19-Dec-2003, 10:36 PM
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Great for summer

1/4 L Water
150 g Sugar
2 Lemons
3 Eggs
30 g Starch
3 big Oranges

Bring the water with sugar and a bit of Lemonzest to the boil.
Divide the Eggs into Whites and Yolks.
Mix the starch with a bit of cold water and stir into the yolks. Pour this mixture into the hot water and bring again to the boil while stirring.
Take from the cooker to let it cool down. Stir in the juice of the lemons.
Cut the Oranges into halves and take out the "pulp"?
Let the juice drip off. (and drink!)
Put the pulp into a liquidiser (if you didn't do it before, it's a great idea to take out the seeds) and liquidise. Then stir under the lemon-mixture
When the mixture starts to become thick, whisk up the eggwhites until solid and fold into the mixture.
Place into dessert glasses or bowls and let become solid in the fridge

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