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* ''a litul serpell''. Wild thyme.
 
* ''a litul serpell''. Wild thyme.
   
 
== Modern Recipe 1 ==
 
[[Image:Green sauce.jpg]]
 
=== Ingredients ===
 
* 1 cup finely chopped fresh herbs, including [[parsley]], [[thyme]], [[tarragon]], [[basil]], [[mint]].
 
* 1 clove [[garlic]], crushed.
 
* 1/2 tsp [[cinnamon]].
 
* 1/2 tsp [[galingal]].
 
* 1/2 tsp [[salt]].
 
* 1/2 cup [[vinegar]] (I used apple cider vinegar).
 
* 1/4 cup red [[wine]].
 
 
=== Method ===
 
# Mix all ingredients together and let sit for 20 minutes.
 
# Serve with sliced roast.
 
 
YiS to medieval cooking,<br>
 
Nicolette Dufay
 
 
== Modern Recipe 2 ==
 
 
=== Ingredients ===
 
* 4 stalks [[parsley]]
 
* 2 stalks [[mint]]
 
* 6 cloves [[garlic]]
 
* 2 stalks [[thyme]]
 
* a pinch [[sage]]
 
* 1 dinner roll
 
* 1/2 tsp [[cinnamon]].
 
* 20 strands [[saffron]].
 
* 1/4 tsp [[salt]].
 
* 1/4 cup [[vinegar]] (apple cider vinegar).
 
* 1/2 cup red [[wine]].
 
 
=== Method ===
 
# blanch garlic in white wine ot stock.
 
# de-stalk all herbs, wash and blend all ingreiendt in blender till smooth.
 
# Serve.
 
 
''Adrian''
 
   
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
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Latest revision as of 01:33, 20 February 2013

Period Recipe

From the Forme of Cury.

VERDE SAWSE. XX.VII.
Take parsel. mynt. garlek. a litul serpell and sawge, a litul canel. gyngur. piper. wyne. brede. vynegur & salt grynde it smal with safroun & messe it forth.

Notes

  • Verde. It has the sound of Green-sauce, but as there is no Sorel in it, it is so named from the other herbs.
  • a litul serpell. Wild thyme.


Notes

The historical version of this recipe was taken from the Project Gutenberg e-text of the Forme of Cury.