This raspberry-lemon cream pie is my twist on a classic Lemon Meringue Pie. I love the flavors of raspberry and lemon together. I make things my own all the time, that's what makes it a KendellKreation!
Raspberry-Lemon Cream Pie Components
There are 3 components that you need to bring this beautiful raspberry-lemon cream pie together. Lemon Curd, Raspberry & Rosé Compote, and Fresh Meringue. You will also need a baked off pie crust.
You could also build this as a traditional pie by blind baking your pie crust with some pie weights in it or beans. But mine became a happy accident when I didn't have those things and I tried baking my crust off in a pie plate anyway. But I'm not mad about it because it still came out pretty and fantastic.
You can make you lemon curd and pie crust up to 2 days before. But save the Raspberry & Rosé Compote for up to the night before and the Meringue for just before serving.
Building your pie in a cup
I start with a layer of Raspberry & Rosé Compote, top with some pie crust bits and then some lemon curd. Keep layering until your glass is full and then top with the meringue. The most fun part is lighting it on fire when it's all done!
Ok, ok, were not actually lighting it on fire, but you do get to use a torch! It's quite simply the best part of making a meringue. Toasting it up to the perfect golden brown will have all your campfire memories flooding back.
For this recipe, you will be using a double boiler. That means you need a bowl that will fit over a small pot or saucepan that has simmering water in the bottom. If you have one of the fancy pots that already does the job, USE THAT. If not a stainless steel bowl over a small pot of water does the trick.
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These Rösle Silicone Tongs are a little pricey but they will last you the rest of your life and are the softest in your hand. This is important for someone like m that cooks so much. It reduces strain, I have 4 sets in my kitchen!
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A sharp knife is the most important tool in the kitchen, these Japanese steel “Shun” knives are my favorite! And this is a great starter set to build on. Once you try them you will be in love so use this as a foundation you can build on for years to come.
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A great wood spoon is essential, this Olive Wood one is my favorite, I have more than I can count. But can you really ever have too many?
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