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Sussex Pancake

Puddings
Historic
Sussex

Thin pastry pieces, fried in butter, served dusted with sugar and spice (Wooley 1672).


Original Receipt in Wooley 1672;

275. To make a Sussex Pancake. Take only some very good Pie Paste made with hot Liquor, and roul it thin, and fry it with Butter, and serve it in with beaten spice and sugar as hot as you can.




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