CoReMA

Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages

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  • Ingredient: (usually) edible material used in cooking
  • Dish: general category of food
  • Tool: equipment used in cooking
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Capon, stuffend with oysters

Einen Cappaun mit Austrien zuebratenn

Metadata:

Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Handschriftenabteilung, Cod. Guelf. 51 Aug. 4°Source Collection: Wo8, fol. 038rRecipe Nr. 47 Dating: 1st half of 17th c.Origin: Lang: High German languages

Similar recipes:

Same title: wo8.47Shared ingredients: wo8.47Same ingredients in following recipe: 4Same tools in following recipe: 0

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Main ingredient: poultryPreparation: roastType: -

Einen Cappaun mit Austrien zuebratenn etc. Nim einen guten Cappaun mache ihn fein Sauber vndt Rein Iedoch zerreiß ihn nichtt nim als dann frische oder eingemachte Austrien wie mann sie haben Kan Lass [38v] eine frische Butter Ein wenigk zergehen vnndt wan die Austrien ein wenigk gewaschen oder rein gemacht sein So schutte sie darein doch laß sie nicht lange An der hitze stehenn wurtze sie mit Ingber Pfeffer ziemett geriebenen oder geschnittenen mußcaten vndt ein wenigk Saltz Fulle es Als dann in den Cappaun mache ihn vnden zu zehme ihn wie sonsten Stecke ihn Ahn laß ihn braten So legen sich die Austrien Inwendigk in den Cappaun Ahn vndt werden guett etc.






Wo8 - "Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Handschriftenabteilung, Cod. Guelf. 51 Aug. 4°"