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Thread: Lemon Condensed Milk Pie

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    1 can (14 oz) sweet condensed milk
    2-3 Lemons (squeezed)
    2 med eggs
    4-5 tsp sugar
    salt
    vanilla extract
    1 pie shell

    bake pie shell, set aside to cool.

    Break 2 eggs into 2 bowls...1 for white & other for the egg yolk

    Egg yolk & 1 tsp sugar-mix then pour sweet cond milk into this & slowly add lemon juice; stirring. Pour into baked pie shell.

    Egg whites & dash of salt. Beat by mixture at high speed til fluffy & add 4 tsp sugar & capful of vanilla extract...beat some more & spoon this over pie like icing. Broil top in oven til golden brown about 30-40 seconds. Let cool before serving or refrigate an hour or so.

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    Thanks for sharing this!

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    Good tasting

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    yummy. That sounds good. Thanks for sharing.

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    Warning......lemony & somewhat tart tasting and addictive! lol
    Welcome...

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    Oh!!!Boy another lemon recipe!!!!!!
    Pucker up!!!!!
    Thanks so much for recipe!!!
    Just finished the Key Lime Cake, Yum,Yum!!!!!

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    I've done this recipe for 48 years, It's a great pie.

    Cookie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie64
    I've done this recipe for 48 years, It's a great pie.

    Cookie
    Cookie 64, Do you cook the egg yokes with the rest ????????

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    Nothing is cooked??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie1
    Nothing is cooked??
    Thanks!!

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    I do it the same way you do. This was my mother in-law's way of doing it. She got it off of the condense milk can. This was my husband's favorite pie and became my 2 son's favorite. My son's make it for their kids.

    Cookie

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    You did not mention whether the filling was cooked or not and at what temperature. It is cooked because of the egg yolk in it, right? Please clarify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilQuilt
    You did not mention whether the filling was cooked or not and at what temperature. It is cooked because of the egg yolk in it, right? Please clarify.
    Bobby 1 answered this with my same question
    Nothing is cooked.................

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    Quote Originally Posted by luv-e
    Quote Originally Posted by LilQuilt
    You did not mention whether the filling was cooked or not and at what temperature. It is cooked because of the egg yolk in it, right? Please clarify.
    Bobby 1 answered this with my same question
    Nothing is cooked.................
    Sounds tasty, but wouldn't make this because of the uncooked yolk. Just my take . . . .

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    Just a thought....maybe lemon juice because of acidity might do something to yolks to make them safe to eat? Does this make sense? I am not a scientist and admittely confess that I have trouble verbalizing sometimes what I am thinking. GETTING OLD IS NOT FOR THE WEAK!! :-D

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    I think I am going to try stove top cook the filling then put it in the baked crust.

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    I may try stove top cooking the filling then put it in the baked crust.

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    Bobby, you don't have to cook it, the lemon juice takes care of that and also when you brown the icing it cooks long enough. I have made this for 48 years and never got sick on them.

    Cookie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie64
    Bobby, you don't have to cook it, the lemon juice takes care of that and also when you brown the icing it cooks long enough. I have made this for 48 years and never got sick on them.

    Cookie
    Thank you Cookie....you explained exactly what I couldn't. Sometimes my mouth and brain just don't work together!!.

    :-D :-D

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    Sounds good

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    Ok, sounds good to me. I'll give it a whirl. Thanks.

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    I have the same recipe, was my grandmother's recipe and I've never gotten sick either nor has any of my other relatives or friends. I guess people don't eat sunny side up eggs either? (I do and have loved them since I was a toddler, back in the 40's. They were even straight from the hen house!) Amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Needles
    I have the same recipe, was my grandmother's recipe and I've never gotten sick either nor has any of my other relatives or friends. I guess people don't eat sunny side up eggs either? (I do and have loved them since I was a toddler, back in the 40's. They were even straight from the hen house!) Amazing!
    I am sure folks would shutter if they could have seen my granddaddy egg a 3 min egg!! LOL!!

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    Thank you, I am always looking for a good lemon recipe :D:D:D

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