Recipe for Downton Abbey – Mr. Molesleys Prize-Winning Rose Blancmange

Downton Abbey - Mr. Molesleys Prize-Winning Rose Blancmange

Domestic Goddesses make 'Blancmange'. .It used to be a celebratory dish & if you make it from scratch,using quality ingredients,it tastes lovely. milk-cream-sugar-gelatine-sweet almonds (blanched & crushed into a paste)-lemon rind-drop almond extract. It was an upper-class dish common to Europe in the Middle Ages to modern times.Mentioned in the prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales & in a 15th century cookbook written by chefs of Richard II

Domestic Goddesses make 'Blancmange'. .It used to be a celebratory dish & if you make it from scratch,using quality ingredients,it tastes lovely. milk-cream-sugar-gelatine-sweet almonds (blanched & crushed into a paste)-lemon rind-drop almond extract. It was an upper-class dish common to Europe in the Middle Ages to modern times.Mentioned in the prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales & in a 15th century cookbook written by chefs of Richard II

Coconut Blancmange in Strawberry Soup.  I mean I don't really know what all that means but this looks amazing! from Tastemade Japan. #gotastemade #gojapan

Coconut Blancmange in Strawberry Soup

Coconut Blancmange in Strawberry Soup. I mean I don't really know what all that means but this looks amazing! from Tastemade Japan. #gotastemade #gojapan

A delicate dessert based on Ireland's most ancient jelling agent: Carrageenan Moss Blancmange | European Cuisines

A delicate dessert based on Ireland's most ancient jelling agent: Carrageenan Moss Blancmange | European Cuisines

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