Recipe: Perfect Orange lemon posset shoters
Orange lemon posset shoters. Place half of the cream and half of the sugar into a pan and set on the stove over a gentle heat. Take the pan off the heat and add the zest and juice of the orange. Mix the cream with sugar, lemon and orange zests and bring to a soft boil on medium heat, stirring continuously.
Ingredients of Orange lemon posset shoters
- It’s 1 cup of cream.
- It’s 1/2 cup of cream cheese.
- It’s 1 drop of green food colour.
- You need 2 tsp of orange liqueur/paste.
- It’s as needed of Chocolate sauce.
- It’s 1 of lemon grated.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of lemon juice.
Meyer lemons have a golden skin and lots of juice whereas the pale skinned Genoa, Lisbon or Yen Ben lemons have a much paler skin with sharper flavoured juice. Whichever you decide on fill the glasses/ramekins at least halfway, leaving room for the posset. Place in the fridge to set, after a few hours check them, once they are set you can prepare your posset mix. In the meantime you can make the Orange Shortbread; Method: Orange Shortbread.
Orange lemon posset shoters instructions
- Cream and cream cheese beaten by each other then divide in two parts..
- In one part mix orange paste and lemon juice in second one..
- Add a drop of colour and mix both separately, now fill in piping bag..
- Fill in the shot glasses half of orange posset then a layer of chocolate sauce..
- Then again fill the lemonade cream after chocolate sauce..
- Garnish with grated lemon and piece of lemon…..last but not the least garnish with chocolate sauce….put in the fridge for 5 to 10 minutes and enjoy the sweet and sour taste of posset..
Lemon posset recipe, the best and the easiest. Lemon posset served in shot glasses with seasonal berries or pomegranate seeds and a little whipped cream. Lemon Posset is an easy-three ingredient dessert that's luscious and zingy. You can serve it casually in simple water glasses, or try using shooters for special-occasion flair. You can serve it casually in simple water glasses, or try using shooters for special-occasion flair.