Summer recipes with lemons


Recipes with lemons are the best way to cool off in summer. Are you in?

A lemon, my lemon tree, I like it better whole… Yes, yes… for us, lemon is a star ingredient for the summer. It is perfect for refreshing us and adding flavour to our drinks or dressings and always taking care of us.

That’s why today we want to share with you 4 easy and simple recipes for the summer. All of them have a common denominator: lemon. And did you know that this fruit, as well as refreshing us, is a source of vitamin C? And you’d think that’s just for winter. The famous vitamin C juices and supplements to fight constipation… Nah! Vitamin C is also involved in the production of collagen, a protein that helps to take care of your skin, nails, bones, joints, etc…


Basic lemon vinaigrette



2/3 cup olive oil
1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
Sea salt to taste
Freshly ground black pepper


Whisk the oil and lemon juice in a small bowl or shake in a sealable jar to emulsify. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add the mixture to a cruet and… Ready to add a citrus twist to your salads!

Lemon & ginger drink to say chaooo! to the heat


6 cups of water
¼ cup of freshly grated ginger
Juice of 7 fresh lemons
Juice of 1 lime



First of all, mix a glass of water and the grated ginger in a saucepan. You have to heat this mixture, while stirring it. Then let the mixture cool down. Strain the mixture and place it in a jug. Add the rest of the water, the juice of the lemons and limes and mix well. Add ice to taste!

Orange and lemon ice lollies


250 ml. orange juice (3-4 oranges)
250 ml. lemon juice (4-6 lemons)
350 ml. water
175 g. sugar
Zest of one lemon and one orange
4 mint or mint leaves (optional)



Grate a lemon and an orange. Make a light syrup by boiling the water and sugar for 5 minutes with a few mint leaves to taste and the zest of one orange and one lemon. Leave to cool. Squeeze the oranges and lemons into two separate jars. Using a sieve, add 150 millilitres of the syrup to the orange juice and 200 millilitres to the lemon juice.

Taste to see if you need to add more water or sugar and add it to the poleras. Leave to rest in the fridge for at least 1 hour. After that time you can put them in the freezer; we leave them overnight to freeze (at least 12 hours).

Homemade lemonade


4 limones.
80 gr de azúcar (eso dependerá del punto de dulzor que te guste)
500 gr de cubitos de hielo.
500 gr de agua.

Wash a lemon very well and peel its skin, try to keep as little of the white part as possible, and put it in the blender.
Peel the 4 lemons completely so that you are left with just the wedges, no white part and no skin. Also remove as many pips as possible. Put the lemons in the blender and add half of the water (about 250 g).
Blend until you have a paste. Pour the mixture through a sieve and strain. Rinse the blender beaker, pour the strained mixture into it, and add the rest of the water, the ice cubes and the sugar. Blend again until the ice cubes have almost broken down. Add a few mint leaves and it’s ready.

You can serve it in a drink dispenser. 

We hope you enjoy our recipes with lemons and our spring/summer kitchen collection.

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