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Meselade
Eggs
Historic

Beaten whole egg in a frying-pan, a bread slice placed on before the egg sets, the whole turned over to cook. Served with sugar.


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

Malasade. Take yolkes and white of eiren together, and drawe hem through a streynoure; and then take a litul butter, and caste it in a faire frying panne; and whan the butter is hote, take the eiren that ben y-drawe, and caste there-to. And then take a saucer, and gadur the eggs together in the panne, in the bread of a pewtre diss; and then couche faire pieces of bread downward in the pan; and take it up oute of the pan, and caste faire white sugur thereto, and serve it fort. And to euery malesade, take the mowntayne of xii eggs and mo.



See also:
Poor Knights
French Toast
Pamperdy


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