xiij - Vn Vyaunde furnez san3 nom de chare
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This entry is a re-creation of a recipe from Two Fifteenth-Century Cookery-Books (England, 1430), entitled "xiij - Vn Vyaunde furnez san3 nom de chare". [insert a brief description of dish here, possibly including any or all of the following: characteristics of the final dish, when or how it might have been served, and why you selected it]

The Source Recipe
The original text of the recipe is as follows:

xiij - Vn Vyaunde furnez san3 nom de chare. Take flowre, Almaunde milke, and Safroune, and make ther-of .iiij. tynez, and frye thi tynez in Oyle; nym then Almaundys, and draw ther-of mylke ry3t thikke; nym mace3, Quybibe3, and floure of Rys, Canelle, Galyngale; take thenne haddok, Creue3, Perchys, Tenche3, and sethe; whan they ben sothyn, take thin fyssche from the bonys, and bray it ry3t smal with thin Spicerye to-gederys, and make ther-of thin farsure. Whan it is y-makyd, departe it in .iiij. partyis, that o partye whyte, that other 3elow, the thrydde grene, the ferthe blak coloure with Fygys, Roysonys, an Datys; take the firste cours of the Fyssche, of al the .iiij. cours, and ley on thin cyvey a-bouyn thin Fyssche, in .iiij. quarterys, as a chekyr, as brode as thin cake, and caste a-bouyn Sugre of Alysaundre, and ther-vppe-on thine tyne. Nym an-other cours, and ley on thi .iiij. quarterys as brode as thin tyne, and ther-vppe-on thin Sugre. Nym the thrydde cours of thin Fyssche, and ley on .iiij. quarterys, and caste a-boue Sugre, and a tyne. Nym the .iiij. cours a-cordant to thin other, a-thenched (Note: ?pinched, A. reads, "a-thenched to-gedre aboue a hole, as a rose." ) to-geder, an a-boue a hole as a rose, and cetera.

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alysaundre: Black Loveage (Smyrnium olusatrum).

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Searchable index of "Two Fifteenth-Century Cookery-Books". Medieval Cookery.
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