dotch nuts and placed on a
previously greased tray. Makes about 5 dozen.
Receipt by Bard Judith
These sugar-and-nut filled little cakes are sold
hot-fried on Thyslan streets of a cold morning, and were said to be a
particular favorite of the city’s most famous citizen, the sage and
philosopher Kechelwan. The Nyermersys celebrity Rephaell "Faugar"
Rýnngaewish is also a known devotee, saying that they remind him of
childhood escapades in his birthcity when he would sneak out of his
aristocratic parents’ manor to purchase the popular sweet pan-cakes.
Exact amounts are not provided since every street vendor makes this to
her own carefully guarded specifications and to her customers’
satisfaction. As long as the batter is fluid enough to pour and stiff
enough to hold a
shape on the hot griddle, all quantities may be adjusted according to
one’s taste and the capacity of one’s pan!
This receipt is recorded exactly as one Thyslan streetwife told it to
Dame Sausade, with her comments and asides intact, except that we have
listed the necessary ingredients at the beginning so that you may
prepare them before beginning the receipt.