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Darioles
Pies and Pastries
Historic

Small open crust tarts filled with a semi-set confection of milk with spices and fruit (Austin 1440)


Original Receipt in the 15th Century 'Austin Manuscripts' (Austin 1440)

Dariolles. Take wine and fresh broth, clowes, maces, mary, powder of gynger, and saffron, and let al boil together; and take creme, (and if it be cloutes, drawe them through a streynour) and yolkes of egges, and medle them together, and powre the liquor that the mary was soden in, thereto; and then make faire cofyns of fine paste, and put the mary there-in, and myced dates and streberies, if it be in time of yere, and set the coffyns in the oven, and let bake a little while, and take them oute, and put the licour thereto, and let them bake ynou.




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