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Taffaty Tarts
Pies and Pastries
Historic

Very thin paste layered with apples, sugar and lemon peel. Baked (WM 1658)


Original Receipt in WM 1658;

To make Tarts called Taffaty Tarts.
First wet your Past with Butter and cold Water, and rowle it very thin, also then lay them in layes, and between every lay of Apples strew some Sugar, and some Lemon Pill, cut very small, if you please put some Fennell-seed to them; then put them into a stoak hot Oven, and let them stand an hour in or more, then take them out, and take Rose-water and Butter beaten together, and wash them over with the same, and strew fine Sugar upon them; then put them into the Oven again, let them stand a little while and take them out.




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