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Partridge Tart

Meats - Game
Historic

Minced partridge with beef marrow, orange and lime peels, and sweet spices in puff pastry (WM 1658).


Original Receipt in WM 1658;

To make a Partridge Tart.
Take the flesh of four or five Partridges minced very small with the same weight of Beef marrow as you have Partridge flesh, with two ounces of Orangeadoes and green citron minced together as small as your meate, season it with Cloves and Mace and Nutmeg and a little salt and Sugar, mix all together, and bake it in puff past; when it is baked, open it, and put in halfe a Grain of Muske or Amber braid in a Morter or Dish, and with a spoonfull of Rosewater and the juyce of three or four Oranges, when you put all these therein, stir the meat and cover it again, and serve it to the Table.




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