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CAROLINA SNOW BALLS

The Art of Cookery, Hannah Glasse (1796, London)


To Make Carolina Snow Balls

Take half a pound of rice, wash it clean, divide it into six parts; take six apples, pare them and scoop out the cores, in which place put a little lemon-peel shred very fine; then have ready some thin cloths to tie the balls in; put the rice in the cloth, and lay the apple on it; tie them up close, put them into cold water, and when the water boils they will take an hour and a quarter boiling; be very careful how you turn them into the dish that you do not break the rice, and they will look as white as snow, and make a very pretty dish.

The sauce is, to this quantity, a quarter of a pound of fresh butter melted thick, a glass of white wine, a little nutmeg, and beaten cinnamon, made very sweet with sugar; boil all up together, and pour it into a basin, and send it to table.

 

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