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Clear Quince Cakes

(Confectionary.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)







Take the apple quince, pare and core it; take as many apples as quinces;

just cover them with water, and boil till they are broken. Strain them

through a sieve or woollen bag, and boil up to a candy as many pounds of

sugar as you have of jelly, which put in your jelly; just let it scald

over the fire, and put it into paste in a stove. The paste is made thus:

Scald quinces in water till they are tender; then pare and scrape them

fine with a knife and put them into apple jelly; let it stand till you

think the paste sufficiently thickened, then boil up to a candy as many

pounds of sugar as you have of paste.











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