A Second Sort of Orange Pudding

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The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy

By Hannah Glasse

Published 1747

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Take sixteen Yolks of Eggs, beat them fine, mix them with half a Pound of fresh Butter melted, and half a Pound of white Sugar, a little Rose-water, and a little Nutmeg. Cut the Peel of a fine large Seville Orange so thin as none of the White appears, beat it fine in a Mortar, till it is like a Paste, and by degrees mix in the above Ingredients all together, then lay a Puff-paste all over the Dish, pour in the Ingredients, and bake it.