How to make it

  • Pare and core six or eight nice tart apples, and put them in a pudding dish.
  • Take a quart of milk, six eggs, and sufficient flour to make a thin batter - pour it over the apples until the dish is nearly full.
  • Bake it until the apples are clear, or you think it is done.
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  • Eat it with wine sauce - or, cold sauce made of butter, sugar and nutmeg beat well together

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  • peetabear 10 years ago
    what a great recipe.. it sounds good..
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    " It was excellent "
    mumtazcatering ate it and said...
    love reading recipes from "DAYS GONE BY"
    have a blessed and peaceful day!

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  • mystic_river1 10 years ago
    Winkaway 4 hours, 26 minutes ago said:

    I think maybe you should give a time range for the cooking.
    And maybe the exact ingredient measurements for the cold sauce.

    About the bird's nest pudding..I cannot alter it in any way as it would than not be a verbatim authentic recipe. The cooks at the time knew how to make these things so when they published then they had no need to instruct. So we just have to experiment to get it right.Joymarie
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  • shirleyoma 10 years ago
    Really sounds good!
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