Mix all together, and season with cinnamon and sugar.
Make into a stiff paste with the eggs, it must be very stiff indeed.
You should have small nets, wrought of small pack-thread; put one about the size of an apple into every net; tie them close in the net; make them all of one size, except one for the middle, make it a little larger.
Put them into a pot of boiling water. They will take about one hour’s boiling. If you have not nets, you may tie them up in pieces of clean rags; dish them, and pour beat-butter, wine and sugar over them.