ALMOND PUDDING(Steamed Puddings) - (The International Jewish Cook Book)
Beat the yolks of four eggs very light with one-half cup of sugar; then
add one-half cup of grated walnuts or almonds, one-half cup of grated
white bread crumbs, then the stiffly-beaten whites of four eggs. Put in
pudding form and steam from one and one-half to two hours. Serve with
wine or fruit sauce.
ALMOND PUDDING, No. 1Take the whites of seven eggs with the yolks of ten, one-half pound of
pulverized sweet almonds with one-half ounce of pounded bitter almonds,
one-half pound of powdered sugar and one tablespoon of orange-flower
water. Beat the eggs well with the orange water, then add the sugar and
almonds gradually; beat all for one hour or until it bubbles; then
grease deep pie-dishes with olive oil and pour in the mixture. They must
be baked in a rather moderate oven. When the mixture is set and browned
place over them a paper greased with olive oil to prevent them getting
dark. Serve cold.
Powdered sugar should be sprinkled freely over the pudding before
serving. If you wish to have them very rich boil one-half pound of sugar
with one-half pint of water until it thickens; cool and pour over the
pudding when you take it from the oven.
ALMOND PUDDING, No. 2Take one pound blanched almonds pounded, eight eggs, cinnamon, and lemon
rind. Beat the eggs for twenty minutes, then add one and one-half cups
of sugar gently, and then the almonds; mix all together thoroughly. Bake
in shallow pans and serve cold.
French Almond Pudding.Cook 2 cups of white dried beans with salt and pepper until very soft;
press through a colander. Fry 1 onion in 2 tablespoonfuls of butter
until brown; mix with the beans. Add 1 tablespoonful of vinegar, 1
teaspoonful of made mustard, some lemon-juice and 2 tablespoonfuls of
molasses. Let all get very hot and serve with pork roast.
ALMOND PUDDINGA quarter of a pound of cocoa-nut, grated.
A quarter of a pound of powdered white sugar.
Three ounces and a half of fresh butter.
The whites only of six eggs.
A table-spoonful of wine and brandy mixed.
Half a tea-spoonful of rose-water.
Break up a cocoa-nut, and take the thin brown skin carefully off,
with a knife. Wash all the pieces in cold water, and then wipe
them dry, with a clean towel. Weigh a quarter of a pound of
cocoa-nut, and grate it very fine, into a soup-plate.
Stir the butter and sugar to a cream, and add the liquor and
rose-water gradually to them.
Beat the whites only, of six eggs, till they stand alone on the
rods; and then stir the beaten white of egg, gradually, into the
butter and sugar. Afterwards, sprinkle in, by degrees, the grated
cocoa-nut, stirring hard all the time. Then stir all very well at
Have ready a puff-paste, sufficient to cover the bottom, sides,
and edges of a soup-plate. Put in the mixture, and bake it in a
moderate oven, about half an hour.
Grate loaf-sugar over it, when cool.
Almond PuddingMRS. STOCKING.
One pint of milk, two eggs, two heaping tablespoons of maple sugar, one
heaping tablespoon of cornstarch, flavor with almond; cook milk, sugar,
and cornstarch in double boiler, adding yolks of eggs when boiling; pour
into pudding dish, cover with whites of the eggs, and brown in oven, to
be served cold.
Almond PuddingTurn boiling water on three-quarters of a pound of sweet almonds. Let
them remain in it till the skins will slip off easily--rub the skins off
with a dry cloth. When they are perfectly dry, pound them fine, with a
table-spoonful of rosewater. Beat six eggs to a froth, then mix them
with four table-spoonsful of powdered sugar--put them into a quart of
milk, with three table-spoonsful of pounded crackers, a quarter of a
pound of melted butter, four ounces of citron, and the pounded almonds.
Line a pudding dish with pastry, put round it a rim of puff paste, turn
in the pudding, and bake it about half an hour. The pudding should be
Almond Pudding No 1Blanch half a pound of sweet almonds, with four bitter ones; pound them
in a marble mortar, with two spoonfuls of orange-flower water, and two
spoonfuls of rose-water; mix in four grated Naples biscuits, and half a
pound of melted butter. Beat eight eggs, and mix them with a pint of
cream boiled; grate in half a nutmeg, and a quarter of a pound of sugar.
Mix all well together, and bake it with a paste at the bottom of the
Almond Pudding No 2Take a pound of almonds, ground very small with a little rose-water and
sugar, a pound of Naples biscuits finely grated, the marrow of six bones
broken into small pieces--if you have not marrow enough, put in beef
suet finely shred--a quarter of a pound of orange-peel, a quarter of
citron-peel, cut in thin slices, and some mace. Take twenty eggs, only
half as many whites; mix all these well together. Boil some cream, let
it stand till it is almost cold; then put in as much as will make your
pudding tolerably thick. You may put in a very few caraway seeds and a
little ambergris, if you like.
Almond Pudding No 3Two small wine glasses of rose-water, one ounce of isinglass, twelve
bitter almonds, blanched and shred; let it stand by the fire till the
isinglass is dissolved; then put a pint of cream, and the yolks of six
eggs, and sweeten to the taste. Set it on the fire till it boils; strain
it through a sieve; stir it till nearly cold; then pour it into a mould
wetted with rose-water.
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