Leave the dandelion flowers to rest to make sure any flies or bugs crawl away
In the large saucepan, mix together the water, lemon and dandelion flowers
Bring to nearly a boil and then simmer (with the lid on) for about 10 minutes
Switch the heat off and leave to infuse overnight or for at least 8 hrs
Strain the flower and lemon infused water through a fine sieve, making sure that you get as much liquid as possible from the mixture.
Next step is to weight the honey liquid. You should have around 400 ml -450 ml.
Match the honey liquid with sugar. For example, if you have 400ml of dandelion water, add 400g of sugar.
Add a large pinch of salt
Leave all sugar and salt to disolve, slowly on a low heat.
Once dissolved, bring to boil and carry on boiling for about 10-15 minutes.
Slide the pan off the heat and do the cold plate test. If your honey sets in 5 minutes on the cold plate, it's ready to be potted. If not, return to boil and boil for another 5 minutes.
Pour into small jam jars and immediatelly seal with lids.