Sweets and Supper Dishes la Mode

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Longmans, Green, 1908 - Cooking, English - 80 pages
 

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Page 40 - ... a quarter of a pound of sugar ; a quarter of a pound of butter; a few seeds.
Page 21 - Break two eggs into a stew-pan, with a little salt and as much sifted flour as they will take up; mix in a pint of new milk, put it on the fire, stir constantly that it may not stick till...
Page 36 - ... the whites of eggs. Pour the mixture into a pie-dish lined with puff-paste. Bake in an oven for twenty minutes or half an hour. Orange Tart. Weigh two large oranges ; boil them in water for half an hour. Put the juice and pulp of the fruit in a basin, with double their weight of sugar, and a piece of fresh butter the size of a walnut, and beat all together. Line a very shallow dish with thin paste. Put in the mixture, and cover the top with whites of eggs, beaten with a little sugar ; then bake...
Page 37 - Butter the inside of a mould, dredge it with pounded sugar, and ornament it with dried cherries, and angelica cut in leaves. Pour in the pudding, and tie a cloth over the top of the mould. Put it into a pan with boiling water, taking care that the water does not get into the pudding, and boil for one hour, Serve with custard sauce.
Page 15 - ... ounce of citron shred small, the grated rind of half a large lemon, and four eggs : when these...
Page 8 - ORANOES.—Put a handful of loaf sugar to boil with a gill of water in a saucepan ; when it boils, add the rind of three oranges minced finely or cut into very narrow strips. Let the whole boil five minutes, add a...
Page 57 - Place the head on a cloth upon its skull ; open it very carefully without piercing the skin, leaving no flesh whatever upon the bones ; bone the neck part and cut it into small fillets two inches long. Lay the head on a board and rub it with half a pound of brown sugar ; let it remain for one hour, then place it in a salting tub and throw over it four pounds of salt.
Page 15 - When these ingredients have been well beaten together, add the strained juice of the half-lemon ; put the mixture into a buttered mould and bake in a moderate oven for three-quarters of an hour ; turn out and cover with white icing and ornament with French fondants and apricot jam.
Page 33 - Take one pound of flour ; a quarter of a pound of butter ; three-quarters of a pound of brown sugar, rolled fine; one nutmeg, grated ; one teaspoonful of ground cinnamon ; one tablespoonful of brewers...

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