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Viaund Ryall


This is an excerpt from Recipes from the Wagstaff Miscellany
(England, 1460)
The original source can be found at MedievalCookery.com

Viaund ryall. Grynd reysons draw with bastard clare osey or othir swete wyn the best thu may gete take datys cut grete reysons of coraunce clovis macys pynes & floure of canel yf thu have hit pure hit in a pot & som of the good wyn ther with when hit ys boyled y nowghe take the syrip of the resons & the creme of almonds & past ryall & pynad and gobet ryal & gynger in confite & claryfyd quynsys or chard wardys poudyr poudyr of canell do al thes to gedyr yn a pot set hit on the fyre stere hit wel when hit ys at the boylyng take hit of loke hit be doucet and that hit have y nowgh of poudres & somdell of salt deresse hit forth as a flate potage & yf thu serve hit forth colour hit with blossemys of safron have fisch braune sodyn tendyr & draw yn thorowgh a streynour & colour hit with safron that hit be as brythe as lambur when hit ys cold floresch the sewe ther with in dysches & serve hit forthe.

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