Continue with layers of lemon cream and ladyfingers until you’ve filled the pan, finishing with a prettily arranged layer of ladyfingers on top (this layer will show). Cover with cling wrap and put in refrigerator for at least 4-6 hours and overnight if you like. You want the ladyfingers to absorb moisture from the lemon cream, forming a solid cake that can be cut into wedges. When you are ready to serve, remove the outer ring of the spring form and dust the top with powdered sugar. If you felt like gilding the lily (and what drag queen doesn't), you could pipe some whipped cream on top, or decorate with thin lemon slices. The cake should be kept refrigerated until ready to serve. It also freezes beautifully, and I have made two smaller versions, one to serve and one to freeze for another day. Calories: Oma wouldn’t care, so neither do I.
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