Mary Berry's indulgent lemon posset tart with raspberries – BBC

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Watch the BBC first on iPlayer 👉 Mary Berry’s creamy lemon tart is so simple to make. The filling is not baked, just set in the fridge. It can be made up to a day ahead. This is quite a deep tart so make sure you use a deep tin, such as a loose-bottomed 20cm/8in quiche tin or deep sandwich tin.

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Mary heads off down the Thames – from the gentle, calm waters of the non-tidal Thames to the fast-flowing, choppy banks in central London. Mary explores the hidden gems of this iconic river, stopping for delicious food along the way.

Mary’s journey starts with the Henley Rowing Club, where she is recruited as their cox. To feed her breathless team, Mary rustles up some delicious mixed bean and butternut squash wraps. Next, a vessel skippered by royal waterman Jonathan Hunt ferries Mary to The Waterside Inn – the world-famous, three-Michelin-Star restaurant run by the Roux family – where Mary is in for a real, comforting treat. But this luxury is replaced with hard work when Mary finds herself at the helm, steering the harbour master’s patrol boat into the heart of the capital.

Right in the centre of the city, Mary discovers an oasis floating on the Thames when she meets an established river community who have turned their barges into gardens teaming with fruit and veg. Mary’s maritime exploits inspire her wonderful Thai salmon, her sustaining warm chicken and dill salad and two blissful puds – a refreshing lemon tart and a decadent toffee and pear pudding.

Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts | Series 1 Episode 2 River Thames | BBC

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20 Replies to “Mary Berry's indulgent lemon posset tart with raspberries – BBC”

  1. You are happiness personified Mary ! I have just made this and am putting it in the fridge for tomorrow ! Thank you – so grateful !

  2. Do you have to heat the cream before other ingredients go in …you don t mention that bit.?

  3. I just discovered this gem of a lady! And I'm obsessed with the elegance that she emanates!!❤️ Class!!

  4. Just a note if you're in the US trying to make this: it won't work. 😞 Sadly, US cream isn't as thick as British double cream, so it doesn't set. Use the America's Test Kitchen posset recipe to pour in the pastry.

  5. Followed this recipe to the letter,so can anyone please tell me why my lemon posset didn’t set properly.

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  7. You don't say how much cream to use? can you tell me please Is it a half pint of double cream or 1pt???

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