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Can any of you excellent wise people help me. Somewhere in my recipe filing system(an old box full of bits of paper with recipes on) I have got a recipe for 'stem ginger curd'. It's a bit like lemon curd but with ground up stem ginger added. It is great, I used to make it years ago and thought I would have a go at making some. Please help.
And before someone suggests I put them on my computer, paper came before computers.
Sussexman

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Stem Ginger Curd

Try this link.

http://www.deliaonline.com/community/yourrecipes/accompaniments/Ginger-Curd.html

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Angels come in all guises

Bless you my child, you have made an old man very happy. I am going to have a go at this. I have got a lot on at the momient so will have to wait till after Christmas. Many thanks again
Sussexman

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Wow!

Sussexman, no wonder you were craving this!

Every once in awhile I treat myself to the grand expenditure of a jar of Imported Ginger Jam ... and plenty of english muffins.

I like Lemon Curd, so I can just imagine (translate to "salivate") this recipe.

Thank you both Sussexman & Irene.

(*big grin*) :)


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