A Fourth Orange Pudding

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The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy

By Hannah Glasse

Published 1747

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Take the outside Rind of three Seville Oranges, boil them in several Waters till they are tender, then Pound them in a Mortar, with three quarters of a Pound of Sugar; then blanch half a Pound of Sweet Almonds, beat them very fine with Rose-water to keep them from oiling, then beat sixteen Eggs, but six Whites, and a Pound of fresh Butter, beat all these together till it is light and hollow; then lay a thin Puff-paste all over a Dish, and put in the Ingredients. Bake it with your Tarts.