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||This means uncooked or boiled in water. Plain
and simple, plainly and quickly prepared.
||Snow. The whites of eggs beaten to 'snow' or a
stiff white peak.
||This is a variety of apple of excellent flavour, and
originated from Devon.
||This means hazel-nut. It is also the name of small round
pieces of lean meat such as lamb cutlets with the bone and fat
removed. Noisette in cookery also means a small nut or
kernel or the part from the middle, hence the noisette of beef
tenderloin is a slice cut from the centre.
||This is almond sweets, it is made with sugar,
honey, almonds pistachios and other nuts.
||Nutmeg is the fruit of the tree
Myristica fragrans. It is a
hard fruit which originates from the Molucca (Maluku)
Islands. It is now grown in the West Indies, Grenada in particular.
|Nutmeg is sold either as the fresh fruit or as ground nutmeg. To use
fresh nutmeg, either grate the outer shell or grind with a pestle and mortar.
Nutmeg is frequently used in milk-based sweet dishes. It is also used to spice up
|Nutmeg is used frequently in Indian cuisine. The outer
membrane surrounding the nutmeg is known as mace.