Definition of Lemon zest
1. Noun. Tiny bits of lemon peel.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Lemon Zest
Literary usage of Lemon zest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Practical Guide for the Perfumer: Being a New Treatise on Perfumery the by Hippolyte Dussauce, Auguste Debay, Adolphe Benestor Lunel (1868)
"4 ounces, lemon zest . . 2 " rose .... Jounce. Eau de Portugal. ... 8 ounces, lemon zest . . 2 " bergamot . . 1 ounce, otto of rose . • i " Oil of Lemon. ..."
2. Cruising Cuisine for Home Entertaining by Elena Vakhrenova (2002)
"Add the crabmeat, yolks, carrots, chives, lemon zest, salt and pepper and toss gently. Stuff each egg with 1 to 2 teaspoons of crab stuffing and stand the ..."
3. The Art of French Cookery by Antoine B. Beauvilliers (1827)
"... a little lemon zest, and a peach or almond leaf; swell the rice with water; when nearly done moisten with good milk, and dont make it too thick, ..."
4. Directions for Cookery, in Its Various Branches by Eliza Leslie (1844)
"... the kettle over the fire, and boil and skim it till perfectly clear, and the scum ceases to rise, and the particles of lemon zest are no longer visible. ..."