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Almond Custard Pudding

Puddings


Rich custard with ground almonds, baked.


Original Receipt in the 'Guide to the Art of Modern Cookery ' by Auguste Escoffier (See: Escoffier);

3481 ENGLISH ALMOND PUDDING

Mix to the consistence of a pomade four oz. of butter and five oz. of powdered sugar; add eight oz. of finely-chopped almonds, a pinch of table salt, a half table-spoonful of orange-flower water, two eggs, two egg-yolks, and one-sixth pint of cream. Pour this preparation into a buttered pie-dish, and cook in a bain-marie in the oven.

N.B. English puddings of what kind soever are served in the dishes or basins in which they have cooked.



See:
Almond Breadcrumb Pudding
Almond Custard Pudding
Ipswich Almond Pudding




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