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In cooking '''powder douce''' (''sweet powder'') is a combination of [[spice]]s used by cooks for a dish requiring a sweet spice flavour. Individual cooks probably would each have had their own recipe for powder douce, although it almost always would contain a large amount of [[cinnamon]]. For dishes requiring a stronger spice taste, a [[powder fort]] was used.
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In cooking '''powder douce''' (''sweet powder'') is a combination of [[spice]]s used by cooks for a dish requiring a sweet spice flavour. Individual cooks probably would each have had their own recipe for powder douce, although it would be likely to contain a large amount of [[cinnamon]]; other likely ingredients include ginger and sugar. For dishes requiring a stronger spice taste, a [[powder fort]] was used.
  
==Recipes Using Powder Fort==
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==Recipes Using Powder Douce==
  
 
* [[Caboches in potage (recipe)|Caboches in potage]]
 
* [[Caboches in potage (recipe)|Caboches in potage]]

Latest revision as of 01:53, 14 May 2008

In cooking powder douce (sweet powder) is a combination of spices used by cooks for a dish requiring a sweet spice flavour. Individual cooks probably would each have had their own recipe for powder douce, although it would be likely to contain a large amount of cinnamon; other likely ingredients include ginger and sugar. For dishes requiring a stronger spice taste, a powder fort was used.

Recipes Using Powder Douce