by Katherine Walton on May 18, 2022 5 Comments
If you love the tangy and rich taste of lemon curd and you have made my easy lemon curd recipe. You will easily be able to make a raspberry curd from scratch. In this recipe you do not need to add any egg yolk and only need to add fresh delicious raspberries. The raspberries give an intense gorgeous red colour to the curd. You can use this raspberry curd as a filling for cakes and centres in cupcakes as shown in my Lemon Raspberry Swiss Meringue Buttercream Cupcakes. You can also use this raspberry curd as an addition to other desserts such as tarts and even as a filling for macarons.
Watch my How to make a raspberry curd step by step recipe below.
-110 grams (1 metric cup) of caster sugar
-40 grains (1/4 metric cup) cornflour
-125 ml (1/2 metric cup) of tap water
-1 tablespoon (20 mL) freshly squeezed lemon juice
-200 grams (approximately 1 metric cup) of fresh pureed raspberries or frozen raspberries
-30 grams unsalted butter at room temperature
How much frosting does this recipe make?
This recipe yields 1 metric cup of lemon curd.
How are the ingredients measured in this recipe?
In this recipe and in all of my recipes I provide all ingredients in grams and in mL where applicable. I also provide the ingredient quantities in METRIC cup measurements. However, be aware that cup measurements and spoon measurements vary in different countries. Therefore, I highly recommended the use of scales where applicable to measure ingredients to achieve exactly what the recipe intends.
What is caster sugar and can I substitute it in this recipe?
Caster Sugar is also known as super fine granulated sugar. Not to be confused or replaced with icing sugar also known as powdered sugar. You may replace the caster sugar with standard granulated white sugar in this recipe as in this raspberry curd recipe, the sugar is dissolved in liquid.
What is cornflour and can substitute it in this recipe?
Cornflour is made from corn, which makes it wheat free and gluten free. It is used as a thickener in common dishes such as sauces and gravies. In some countries it is also known as cornstarch, for which you may substitute it with in this recipe.
How to store and what is the shelf life of this Raspberry Curd?
This Raspberry Curd can be kept refrigerated for up to 5 days. The raspberry curd will harden in the fridge, therefore you may bring to room temperature before use.