Lovely lemons add zest to chicken, tang up milkshakes, and improve cheese dip. Rediscover the oft-overlooked citrus as it makes a case to be part of tonight's dinner.
Lemons do all the legwork in this 30-minute dinner. The flashy citrus brightens skillet chicken breasts and show up -- edible peel and all -- in the final presentation.
Always-feisty lemon makes a statement among chips, cereal, walnuts, and seeds. The other flavorings (hello, ranch mix) play sidekick to the star citrus.
It's a lemon trifecta in this refreshing shake. Include lemonade in vanilla ice cream, then swipe the glass rims with a lemon before crowning them with crushed lemon drops.
Steak has met its match! Vibrant lemon peel and lemon juice go to work on the hearty protein, adding brightness to an oft-heavy dish. (PS: Don't skip the DIY lemon butter on this one!)
Grape jelly is so yesterday. It's lemon's turn as your new favorite bread topper. Sweeten it up with sugar and honey for a lip-smacking morning.
The next time you do the mashed potato, kick in some lemon peel. The dish isn't guest-ready until you've topped with freshly squeezed lemon juice.
So-fresh, so-easy lemons are one of five ingredients in your new favorite pasta dish.
Whoa there -- a little lemon goes a long way! Calm the temptation to shred, shred, shred lemon peel into the batter. It takes just 2 tablespoons of peel and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice to bake this beauty.
No squeezing or peeling allowed -- use the lemon in all its yellow-skin glory to turn a green side dish into a masterpiece.
Tame the sweet of sweet potatoes with a zap of lemon juice syrup. Ooh la la -- this is one for the recipe box.
Lemons join the appetizer course! Cream cheese and ricotta play nice with the peel in a peppy cracker-dunking dip.