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Novice's Pudding

Eggs
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Egg white froth with sugar and cream, baked (Walsh 1859, etc)


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Original Receipt from 'The English Cookery Book' edited by JH Walsh Walsh 1859;

Novice's Pudding.
955. Beat well the whites of eight eggs, and mix with them half a pound of loaf-sugar by degrees. Stir the mixture into a pint of good milk (flavoured with vanilla or sherry) alternately with four ounces of flour, a spoonful at a time; beat it very hard, put it in rather a quick oven, and bake it well. Serve cold.





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