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Lemon meringue pie

Lemon meringue pie

Recipe highlights

Total cooking time:

10 minutes to mix and 20 minutes to chill


Low Protein Diet - Exchange value 0* (exchange per serving 0)


1x20cm tart dish/ 10 servings

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  1. Line a 8 inch/20cm loose bottom tart dish with the pastry. 
  2. Prick the bottom with a fork. Blind bake for 10–15 minutes.
  3. Allow to cool. 
  4. Once cooled, add a jar of lemon curd.
  5. To make the meringue see our meringue recipe page.
  6. Top the lemon curd with the low protein meringue. 
  7. Bake at 180°C for 10–15 minutes until the meringue is golden brown.

Chef's tips:

  • Lemon meringue pie is best served fresh. To save time you can make the pastry ahead and freeze it until you are ready to bake.
  • Be careful that the meringue doesn’t catch the top of the oven and burn.

This recipe is intended for patients who have been prescribed Loprofin by a healthcare professional.

The Loprofin range are Foods for Special Medical Purposes for the dietary management of inherited metabolic disorders and other conditions requiring a low protein diet, and must be used under medical supervision.

* The protein content indicated in this recipe is provided as a guide only. Please check the protein content on individual ingredients and product labels.

**Allergens may be present, please check individual ingredients and product labels. If concerned about allergens, please contact your healthcare professional.

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