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Recipes Featuring Mace

  • Jumbles | 1 lb flour
    1 lb flour 3/4 lb butter 1 lb sugar 3 eggs Mace
  • Apple Toddy
    1 gallon apple brandy or whiskey 1 1/2 gallon hot water, well sweetened 1 dozen large apples, well roasted 2 nutmegs, grated 1/2 cup allspice 1/2 cup cloves Pinch of mace 1/2 pint rum
  • Baked Calf's Head | Calf's head
    Calf's head Pepper Salt Cloves Mace Thyme Spoonful of butter Flour Bread crumbs 4 Tbsps wine Force-meat balls Hard boiled eggs
  • Soup a la Reine
    1 fowl Small knuckle of veal, cut up 4 quarts cold water 1 Tbsp salt 2 leeks 2 onions 3 sprigs parsley 2 blades mace 4 Tbsp butter Flour 1 pint stock 1 pint cream 4 egg yolks
  • Spiced Pears | 7 lbs pears, pared & cut in half
    7 lbs pears, pared & cut in half 3 lbs brown sugar 1-1/2 pint cider vinegar 1 ounce whole cloves 1/2 ounce mace
  • Spiced Peaches | 7 lbs peaches, pared & cut in half
    7 lbs peaches, pared & cut in half 3 lbs brown sugar 1-1/2 pint cider vinegar 1 ounce whole cloves 1/2 ounce mace
  • Turtle Soup | 2 1/2 quarts turtle soup
    2 1/2 quarts turtle soup 1 ounce mace 2 tsps allspice 1 tsp cloves Black pepper Cayenne pepper Salt Parsley Thyme Onion 2 Tbsps flour 1 Tbsp brown sugar 4 Tbsps water 1/2 pint Madeira win
  • Tea Cakes | 4 eggs
    4 eggs Sifted sugar 1 teaspoonful of mace Fine flour
  • Rissoles of Lobster
    Boiled lobster meat, minced Pepper Salt Mace 3 Tbsp butter, melted Breadcrumbs 1 egg yolk, beaten
  • Sweet Cucumber Pickle
    4 lbs cucumbers, sliced Brine Salt Alum Ginger tea 1 quart cider vinegar 1 pint water 3 lbs sugar Mace Cinnamon Cloves Celery seed Ginger, sliced

About Mace

  • Some cooks will add strands of mace to a dish for flavor and then remove after cooking
  • Ancient chinese and indian cultures used mace to help the nervous system and digestive system
  • Mace is higher in vitamin C than nutmeg (the inner part of the seed)
  • Mace is indigineous to the Maluku Islands of Indonesia, also called the Spice Islands
  • To prepare mace, the red shell of nutmeg is removed and dried for about two weeks until it changes to a lighter color
  • Mace has a warm flavor and smells similar to nutmeg
  • In most cases you can substitute nutmeg for mace as the flavor is similar
  • Mace is a spice that is derived from the outer cover of the Nutmeg seed
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