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A question about a recipe: Aunt Mariah's Lemon Sponge Cups

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I have a question about the recipe "Aunt Mariah's Lemon Sponge Cups" from ENunn. How much /long should the yokes be beaten?

asked by p&t about 2 years ago
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I am not the author of this recipe, but usually you want to beat the egg yolks until they are completely combined and have lightened slightly in color -- a minute or two of vigorous whisking should do the trick.