Lemon lovers unite! This is where you need to be to find any amazingly delicious lemon recipes! From sweet to savory and everything in between, these lemon recipes in this roundup are the best of the best!
To give you a little sneak peek of what’s to come from these lemon recipes! Start out with my lemon bars, these delicious lemon pancakes, or these amazing lemon wings… Once you try these recipes, you will bookmark this page and keep coming back for more!
The Best Lemon Recipes Roundup
Do you know how sometimes, you just need a go-to place for your favorite recipes? That’s what this lemon recipe roundup is for! I have gathered up all of my favorites, tried and true recipes, and put them all here, in one place, just for you! (Well, and for me… I love lemon!). These recipes range from dinner entrees to side dishes and even delicious lemon desserts.
Lemon is such a delicious ingredient to incorporate into everything so I wanted to make sure that I included them all so that you could find whatever it is that you are looking for! So take a look and try a few. Once you start you won’t be able to stop! These are perfect for any occasion but I especially love incorporating lemon recipes into all of my summertime meals!
Since this roundup is all about lemon recipes, I wanted to give you a few tips on how to pick them out and use them in the recipes!
- Measurements: 1 medium-sized lemon equals about 1 tablespoon of lemon zest and 2-3 tablespoons of lemon juice.
- How to Pick a Lemon: Find a lemon that is heavy for its size. A lemon should have a fine grain texture and a bright yellow color. If it has any green streaks on it then this usually means that it is more acidic.
- Room Temperature Lemons: If you leave your lemons out at room temperature before you cook or bake with them, then they will yield more juice than ones that have been in the fridge!
- Lemon Zest: If your recipe from this lemon roundup calls for lemon zest then you can either use a lemon zest tool or a grater. Make sure that you are just getting the outer layer of the peel. Once you get beneath that top layer, the white pith is bitter and you don’t want that coming off with your zest.