Tag Archives: Philippine Welser

Cheese Pockets

I know I am late in posting more of the Benedictiones, but there is too much going on at the moment. Here is a brief and simple recipe from Philippine Welser’s collection, though: 123 If you want to fry krapfen … Continue reading

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Another Liver in a Caul

Yes, Philippine Welser also has one: 121 To fry a goat liver Chop the liver thoroughly (?raych) and add a good part of bacon to it, and sage, onion, and parsley. Chop it all together and take a little caraway, … Continue reading

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Chicken Fritters

I was going to skip posting today, but then I came across this recipe in Philippine Welser’s recipe book: 119 If you want to fry chicken fritters Take meat of chickens or capons that has been boiled beforehand. Chop it … Continue reading

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Hares’ Ears

We have found references to a dough “as for hares’ ears” in quite a few other recipes, and it seems to have been a staple in all kinds of rolled-out fritters. This is, finally, Philippine Welser’s recipe for it: 115 … Continue reading

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Dagged Fritters

Another short recipe from Philippine Welser – I’m interpreting quite freely here, but I think it makes sense. 114 To make a pretty fringe (gefresch) around a tart Prepare a dough as though for hares’ ears (hasen nerla) and it … Continue reading

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Another Pudding Fritter

Another recipe from Philippine Welser’s collection, very similar to the ‘bag fritters’ I posted earlier. If you ever wondered how old metal pudding basins were – at least this old. 113 A Nuremberg fritter Item for 8 portions (barschon en) … Continue reading

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Bag Pudding Fritters

Two brief recipes from Philippine Welser’s collection, and I beg your forgbearance with all the gaps. I have once again been distracted by a fascinating source and had to finish a manuscript. Sadly, it does not look like my time … Continue reading

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Mortar Fritters

As we return to more regular shorter recipes, this is a species of choux paste frittrer. It is from the recipe collection of Philippine Welser, and the point appears to be that it puffs up quite spectacularly: 105 If you … Continue reading

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Antler-shaped fritters

I am sorry for the long silence. This weekend, I was busy cooking a historical wedding feast for the sister of a good friend in South Germany, which involved as good deal of preparation and some pretty crazy travel arrangements. … Continue reading

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Wheel-cut Fritters

Another short recipe. I am still going through that source I found. Give me a few more days… 109 If you want to make a wheel-cut fritter (redel baches) Take good flour, put it on a board, pour on egg … Continue reading

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