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Little Lemon Puddings


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  • This recipe is great. Simple and tasty. My husband really likes the cake. Especially in the evenings with tea. Thanks.

    Posted by StacyjReed on 21st March 2022
  • I have the Nigella express book but cannot find the recipe in it as stated on this website what page is it on? Also why did the puddings stick in the bottom and the sauce go dark and chewy? Can anyone help? But still tasted fantastic, light and soft sponge and very lemony.

    Posted by stellab on 15th January 2013
  • These did not work for me, possibly because of my convection (fan) oven. Very dry and not lemony enough. I'll try again with some adjustments. Such a good idea though.

    Posted by CynthiaY on 15th November 2011
  • I made these last night & I think that the quantities may be wrong - I was surprised at 2 tablespoons of baking powder, but went with it anyway - the puds exploded in the oven! Think I'll try them again with 2 teaspoons and see how that goes!!

    Posted by TraceyDelaney on 27th June 2011
  • This recipe is gorgeous although I broke the recipe down to make 3 servings.

    Posted by lwhite14 on 17th August 2014
  • Made these last night. I decided to cut the main ingredients to 75g each and 1 egg as I thought there would be too much mix for my pots. Wrong! Next time I will do the full amount as that would have been perfect (note to self - do it by the recipe the first time and then fiddle after that!). Having said that, as the pots were only 3/4 full, we made custard and instead of inverting the pots we filled them up with the custard. Delicious! Perfect end to a rainy Jubilee Sunday - a little taste of sunshine.

    Posted by oriser on 4th June 2012
  • I made them a few weeks ago, worked perfect in my fan assisted oven. I put the juice of three lemons though, how I miss the big fat lemons of our lemon tree back in Greece! We are going to have them tonight after dinner as well, cannot wait, really really delicious and airy, thank you!

    Posted by PSK on 3rd February 2012
  • Just made these for my family, i found that if you put less lemon juice in and keep the amount of the curd the same it isn't as over powering! also i made mine in a tart base and cut it into slices, it wasn't as faffy as greasing the little tins! :) good served with whipped cream!

    Posted by juliexox on 16th January 2012
  • Like another reviewer I made them in cupcake silicone cups. Came out really well. One of my friends commented that it was a tab too sweet, so maybe the next time i will reduce the sugar to 100g. It filled about 10 cups.

    Posted by chandycooks on 22nd November 2011
  • I made these puddings and they were delicious. Very easy to make and enjoyed by all.

    Posted by tamak on 11th October 2011
  • Used the 6 cavity dessert shell pan for the batter, added lemoncurd afterwards. With a little cream on top, it's just what a girl needs on a friday afternoon :-)

    Posted by Sangro on 2nd September 2011
  • This recipe works perfectly! I had some friends over for dinner last night, and everyone loved it. I don't have ramekins so I baked them in cupcake silicone cups. It was so quick and easy to make. I served them fresh out of the oven with a side of heston's salted caramel popcorn ice cream. Vanilla ice cream would be great with it too. Thank you Nigella!

    Posted by nat tee on 13th September 2011
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