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Maumene


This is an excerpt from MS Douce 257
(England, 1381)
The original source can be found at MedievalCookery.com

Maumene. Tak þe þyys oþer þe flesch of þe caponys. Seþe hem & kerf hem smal into a morter & tak mylk of almandys wyþ broþ of fresch buf, & do þe flesch in þe mylk or in þe broþ & do yt to þe fyre, & myng yt togedere wyþ flour of rys oþere of wastelys als charchant als þe Blank de Sure, & wyþ þe olkys of eyryn for to make yt olow, & safroun. & wan yt ys dressyd in dysches wyþ Blank de Sure, straw vpon clowys of gelofre & straw vpon powdre of galentyn, & serue yt forþe.

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