[Sca-cooks] Looking for Recipes for Seville Orange Peel
Daniel And elizabeth phelps
dephelps at embarqmail.com
Mon Oct 8 19:27:36 PDT 2012
>From Martha Washington's Book of Cookery
To make orringe lozenges
Take preserved orringe & leamon pill minced small, of
each one cunce; sugar candyed, ye quantety of A
nutmegg; ye powder of ye lesser cardemondes &
carraway seed, of each ye weight of 2 pence; musk &
civit, of each ye weight of 2 granes; fine sugar
dissolved in rosewater, 5 ounces. mingle these well
togeather over ye fire, spread them on a silver plate
& cut them into lozenges, & soe let them coole.
Side note according to Hess the twopence weighted about 3 grams or 1/9 of an ounce. The weight of a grain is 1/7000 of a pound avoirdupois. It is the weight of grain of wheat.
To candy orring pills
Take Civill orringes & pare them vry thin. then cut
them in little pieces, & lay them in faire water a day &
a night, & shift them evening and morning. then boyle
them, & shift them when the water is bitter into
another water, & continew this till the water & boyling
hath made tem soft & yt theyr bitterness be gon. then
dreyne ye water fromthem, & make a thin sirrup, in
which boyle them a pritty while. then take them out &
make antoher sirrup a little stronger, & boyle them a
while in ye . then dreyne ye sirrup from them, & boyle
another sirrup to candy height , in wch put them. then
take them out & lay them on plats on(e) by one. when
they are dry, turne them & then they are done,
Hope this helps. The book has a number of recipes for preserving oranges and lemons whole.
----- Original Message -----
I've just scored a heap of Seville Orange Peel... I'll keep and freeze
the juice for recipes later but I want to use the peel...
I do remember the ex-wife years ago making suckets from the peel, but
for the life of me, I cant find a recipe...
Anyone able to help?
Drakey - 340 days accident free...
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