inventing this bakery item.
2 pairs of Milch Semms
1 taenish egg
1/4 od foridite
1 mug milch
Part the twins and rub off
the brown crust of them till just the light inner is left. Put the
crumbs aside for later use. Now stir the egg in the milk and beat it
well with a quarter of the foridite, soak the inner part of the Milch
Semms in the milch-egg mixture till all of the liquid is soaked in.
Then turn the halves of the twins in the
mixture of the remaining foridite and crumbs (rubbed of the semms
before). Set them side by side in a flat, well buttered tin or bowl
and bake them until golden brown with
moderated heat in your oven. Serve them with
sweetened cream or a similar light sweet sauce.
Add the blossom of a flower for decoration.
Receipt by Alysse the
This tasty treat has a number of variations,
depending on what is available in one's area, but I will only list a
couple of the most common. It was originally developed in Nyermersys
but has since travelled rapidly to other places and become extremely
The whites from 3 taenish eggs
Two small spoonful foridite
A couple handfuls of a treat known as "Brownie eggs" - these are doch
nuts that have been repeatedly dipped in melted kao-kao, which has