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Lemony Cheese Tart with Sour Cream Glaze

Blog post by Kayte, lover of all things lemon.

Lemon Sour Cream Pie MB and CEiMB Pork chops 015
      The second recipe I made from the Sweet Tarts & Pies section (the 60th recipe overall in this book) of The Modern Baker 
by Nick Malgieri, was the one for Lemony Cheese Tart with Sour Cream Glaze, on pages 172-173.  (We are not publishing recipes from the book, so if you like what you see, buy the book and bake along with or without us).     

       I used one-third recipe of the Sweet Tart Dough for the 6″ crust.  The ingredient list for the crust:  all-purpose flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, unsalted butter, and eggs.  I used one-fourth of the filling recipe for this 6″ tart.  The ingredient list for the filling:  cream cheese, sugar, vanilla, lemon zest, eggs, and sour cream.  Again, one-fourth of the topping recipe for this tart.  The ingredient list for the topping:  sour cream, sugar, and vanilla. Lemon Sour Cream Pie MB and CEiMB Pork chops 029
      It all went together quickly and easily with readily available inexpensive ingredients.  The end result was delicious, sort of like a lemon cheesecake.  The recommendation was to serve it at room temperature, and that was good, but I loved it best chilled from the refrigerator.  Definitely a repeat…we all loved it.
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1. ap269 - June 13, 2011

I love lemons, so this one was a huge hit, maybe even my favorite recipe from this section: http://ap269.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/modern-baker-challenge-breton-apple-pie-2/

2. gaaarp - May 15, 2011

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