Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages


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Apple fried dumplings

Von kraphen


Wien, Österr. Nationalbibl., Cod. 2897 Source Collection: W1, fol. 025vRecipe Nr. 225 Dating: part I (cooking recipe collection): mid-15th c., part III: mid-14th c.Origin: possibly Augustinian canon monastery St. Dorothea ViennaLang: Bavarian

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Same title: b4.224, w1.225, m11.46, ds1.44Shared ingredients: w1.225Same ingredients in following recipe: 0Same tools in following recipe: 0


Main ingredient: fruitPreparation: dumplingsType: -

Von kraphen [26r] SChell schon oephel sneid sy duann seud sy in wasser tue zu den ophel ayr vnd mel vnd gekrauet vnd mach ein taig dauon vnd hakch daraus chrephel schell sauwer ophel sneid sy dunn seud sy waich in smalcz seich das smalczig ab zu prich dy ophel gar meng dorczue ayr Ingwer vnd kraut pach es in smalcz mach ein plat von ayren vnd geus dy ophel auf das plat vnd vald es auf den oephel lass es in wenig smalcz pachen pis ez vnden rot werd bestreich es mit einer schussel gib es hin das haist ein gukelpip mit den selbem ophel machtu chrephel fullen etc.

W1 - "Wien, Österr. Nationalbibl., Cod. 2897"