It's SUMMER TIME! Fresh lemonade~

meyer lemons (picked from our tree)Nothing like fresh cold lemonade on a summer day~  A quick-n-easy recipe made the healthy way, not-too-sweet and very refreshing.  made with two tablespoons of love and summer kisses – enjoy!

Fresh Ginger Lemonade Recipe (made with evaporated cane juice)

1 cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice (about 5-6 lemons)

2 tbsp lemon pulp (reserved from juicing lemons)

6 cups of water

3/4 cup of evaporated cane juice

1 tbsp of lemon zest

4-5 slices of fresh ginger (anti-oxidant & immune booster)

1) Boil 2 cups of water with 3/4 cup of evap cane juice.  Add lemon zest and ginger, simmer for 2 min.

2) Add lemon juice and 2 cups of water.  Turn off heat.

3) Pour liquid into pitcher, add 2 more cups of water, stir in lemon pulp and let cool.

4) Serve with ice.  ( You can also make variations by adding macerated strawberries or herbs (mint or basil).

About chefkelly

Leveraging a lifelong passion for food and combining a unique cultural mesh of korean cuisine, robust flavors of Texas BBQ and California cuisine, Chef Kelly brings her own signature style to delectable perfect bites exploring complex and often surprising interplay of flavors, textures and colors. She has honed and shared her craft through her experiences from five star restaurant kitchens to private cooking instruction to her self-written food blog at chefkelly.com all made with 2 tablespoons of love; love for food, love for life.
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3 Responses to It's SUMMER TIME! Fresh lemonade~

  1. Hubby says:

    It’s my favorite!!!

  2. Your husband says:

    You might want to add some info such as why lemonade is such a good thirst quencher…some say there’s nothing better. It has to do with the sourness triggering your saliva glands, but you can do more research on it…

  3. chefkelly says:

    that’s a great point! A++!

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