Difference between revisions of "Rosewater"

From Cunnan
Jump to navigationJump to search
m
(Fixing spelling, resaving problem article)
Line 1: Line 1:
'''Roasewater''' is water that has had [[rose]] petals infused into it.  Often used in medieval [[cooking]] for it's sweet flavour.  Also used in some medieval [[perfume]]s and [[cosmetic]]s.
+
'''Rosewater''' is water that has had [[rose]] petals infused into it.  Often used in medieval [[cooking]] for its sweet flavour.  Also used in some medieval [[perfume]]s and [[cosmetic]]s.
  
 
some recipes containing rosewater:
 
some recipes containing rosewater:
 
*[[Angels_food_(recipe)|Angel's food]]
 
*[[Angels_food_(recipe)|Angel's food]]
 
*[[Chicken_with_oranges_and_lemons_(recipe)|Chicken with oranges and lemons]]
 
*[[Chicken_with_oranges_and_lemons_(recipe)|Chicken with oranges and lemons]]

Revision as of 22:17, 14 November 2003

Rosewater is water that has had rose petals infused into it. Often used in medieval cooking for its sweet flavour. Also used in some medieval perfumes and cosmetics.

some recipes containing rosewater: