[ To Make a Rice Pudding ]
Institution: Nova Scotia Archives | Source Origin: Nova Scotia Newspapers on Microfilm | Reference: Microfilm Reels 8152, 8166
A recipe for rice pudding, printed 28 November 1765. Vol. 11, No. 231. Microfilm Reel 8152.
To make a RICE PUDDING.
Grind, or beat half a pound of rice to flour ;
mix it by degrees with three pints of milk, and
thicken it over the fire with care, for fear of
burning, till it is like a hasty pudding; when it
is so thick, pour it out, and let is stand to cool:
put to it nine eggs, (but half the whites) three
or four spoonfuls of orange flower water: melt
almost a pound of good butter, and sweeten it to
your taste. Add sweetmeats, if you please.