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Xxi - For To Make Hony Douse

This is an excerpt from Forme of Cury
(England, 1390)
The original source can be found at the Project Gutenberg website

XXI - FOR TO MAKE HONY DOUSE. Tak god mylk of Almandys and rys and wasch hem wel in a feyr' vessel and in fayr' hoth water and after do hem in a feyr towayl for to drie and wan that they be drye bray hem wel in a morter al to flowr' and afterward tak two partyis and do the half in a pot and that other half in another pot and colowr that on wyth the safroun and lat that other be wyt and lat yt boyle tyl it be thykke and do ther'to a god party of sugur and after dresse yt in twe dischis and loke that thou have Almandys boylid in water and in safroun and in wyn and after frie hem and set hem upon the fyre sethith mete and strew ther'on sugur that yt be wel ycolouryt and serve yt forth.


Recipes with similar titles:

Hony douse (MS Douce 257)

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