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NESSELRODE PUDDING

Nesselrode pudding is a delicious dessert made by adding chestnut puree to a custard cream, frequently with candied fruit, raisins, and/or sultanas added. Usually topped with whipped cream. M. Mouy, the chef to Count Karl Robert von Nesselrode, a 19th century Russian statesman, is usually credited with its creation.
   • Nesselrode Pudding Recipe 1
   • Nesselrode Pudding Recipe 2
 

There are several other dishes named for Count Nesselrode, all containing chestnuts or chestnut puree. Nesselrode Pie, Nesselrode Torte, Bombe Nesselrode.
 

 

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