Strawberries in Meyer Lemon Syrup

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Strawberries in Meyer Lemon Syrup



    1. In a bowl large enough to hold all ingredients combine sugar and Meyer lemon juice.
    2. Wash and remove stems from strawberries, cut in half and place in above bowl. Cover with plastic food film and allow macerating for 15 minutes or up to several hours.
    3. Stack mint leaves and using a sharp knife slice in thin slices.
    4. Fill serving dishes with strawberries and top with crème chantilly and a sprinkle of mint.
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    NOTE: Meyer lemons are a hybrid of lemons and mandarin oranges. You can use half lemon juice and half mandarin oranges to obtain a very close flavor profile of Meyer lemons. Compared to regular lemons, Meyer lemons are thinner- and smoother-skinned, rounder in shape, and have a deeper yellow-orange hue. Less acidic than regular lemons their zest and juice has herbal, even floral undertones.

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