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Chocolate Speise (Chocolate Pudding)
Makes 4 servings.

From an old cook book

The literal translation would be food, in the sense of angel food or devil's food, but in this case it is a pudding.

1/4 - cup grated chocolate
2 - Tablespoon flour
1/2 - cup milk
2 - rounded Tablespoon butter
2 - Tablespoon sugar
3 - eggs
Vanilla

  • Mix chocolate and flour with a little of the milk. Add balance gradually, blending. 
  • Place in saucepan over low heat. 
  • Add butter and stir to a smooth paste until mixture leaves side of the pan. 
  • Add sugar, beat in; cool. 
  • Add egg yolks one at a time, then vanilla. 
  • Fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. 
  • Pour into a buttered pudding dish and steam over boiling water for about an hour. 
  • Chill and unmold. 
  • Serve hot with custard sauce, or cold, or baked in the oven, as a cake!

* Pennsylvania Dutch Idioms and Expressions

 

 
 
 
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